MBA Financial Management

MBA in Financial Management program is all about acquiring, maintaining and managing an effective in and outflow of finances in a business setup. In this degree program we aim to teach our students methods of successful financial and portfolio management which further boost their chances of enjoying a progressive and lucrative career path. Our MBA in Financial Management program provides an in depth knowledge and learning to our students to be applied on a diverse business platforms.

The most typical courses that are taught in MBA in financial management degree program includes but are not limited to international business and finance, portfolio management, accounting, cost and managerial accounting, treasury and fund management etc.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to:

  • Gain Business and Financial skills needed to work in a number of enterprises
  • Make their talent accessible for working professionals.
  • Expand experience with some of the world's most successful companies through internship programs.
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Information Research Strategies

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Introduction to information research including electronic resources. This course is designed to help researchers locate, evaluate, and use information. It includes exploration of the research process, search strategies, locating resources, source documentation, and organization of research.

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Financial Reporting and Control

2

This class covers the collection, reporting and analysis of financial information with emphasis on the use of that information to support decision making.

Financial Risk Management and Decision Making

2

Explores the theory and practice of finance and capital markets. Topics include role of the financial manager and goals of the firm, financial mathematics, valuation of assets, cost of capital, project evaluation, capital structure, forecasting, financing vehicles, special topics in finance.

Derivative Securities

2

Studies futures, forwards, and option pricing and their uses for speculation, arbitrage and hedging. The option pricing framework is extended to cover exotic options and options embedded in real assets.

Business Process Management

2

Applications and case studies focusing on contemporary issues in operations and quality management to include lean manufacturing practices, ERP, quality and environmental management systems/standards, Six Sigma, statistical process control, and other current topics.

Research Writing

2

Comprehensive study of the research writing methods and acceptable research a pert's contents, format and properties

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Operations Strategy

2

Application and case studies are used to address issues in operations management, quality, research and development, capacity planning, budgeting, marketing, supply chain, and technology to provide an interdisciplinary, quantitative focus on decision making and strategic planning for operations.

Global Operations and Supply Chain Management

2

Case analysis, in-depth article reviews, and course projects are used to address issues in the design and management of global supply chains. Topics include global sourcing strategies, strategic alliances, demand and supply uncertainties, logistic network design, managing variability and risk, supply chain interactions and the value of information.

Project Management

2

Focuses on project definition, selection, planning, scheduling, implementation, performance monitoring, evaluation and control. Emphasis will be on product, service and process development and emerging concepts related to development on the internet. Some advanced concepts in resource constraint management and design matrix are included.

Business Process Simulation

2

Discrete event and continuous simulation modeling techniques applied to the analysis of business processes. Special- purpose simulation software will be used to analyze cases and problems from the manufacturing and service sectors.

Managing Behavior in Organizations

2

Discusses managing effectively within the environmental context of the organization. Topics include corporate culture, managing in a global environment, planning and strategy, organizational structure, human resources management, managing change, leadership, motivation, communication, conflict management, and teamwork.

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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

3

Develops a framework to make intelligent investment decisions and achieve successful investment results through a global outlook. Covers the theoretical and technical concepts involved in investing in marketable securities. A framework for making intelligent investment decisions and achieving successful investment results is developed

Financial Markets and Institutions

3

Overview of the Financial System and fundamentals of financial markets, interest rates mean and role in valuation, fundamentals of financial institutions, central banking and the conduct of monetary policy, financial markets, financial institutions industry and management of financial institutions.

International Finance, Transactions, Policy, and Regulation

3

Studies international financial systems and markets. Covers the principle of comparative advantage, balance of payments, exchange rate systems, theories of international finance, identification of international risk exposures, the management and treatment of risk, and special topics of international finance.

Financial Risk Management and Financial Engineering

3

Detailed analysis of the measurement of financial risk and the tools and techniques available to manage financial risk. Topics include financial disasters, risk measurement (market, default, currency exchange, value-at-risk) and the hedging of these risks.

Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations

3

Provides a complete review of accounting principles used in not-for-profit organizations with emphasis on governmental accounting practices.

Financial Management : Theory & Practice

3

Fundamental Concepts of Corporate Finance, Fixed Income Securities, Stocks and Options, Projects and Their Valuations, Corporate Valuation and Governance, Cash Distribution and Capital Structure, Tactical Financing Decisions, Mergers, LBOs, Divestitures, and Holding Companies, Bankruptcy, Reorganization, Liquidation, Derivatives and Risk Management, Portfolio Theory, Asset Pricing Models, and Behavioral Finance, Real Options, Analysis of Capital Structure Theory, Providing and Obtaining Credit, Advanced Issues in Cash Management and Inventory Control, Pension Plan Management and Financial Management in Not-For-Profit Businesses.

Managerial Accounting

3

Focus study of Managerial Accounting and Cost Concepts, Job-Order Costing, Process Costing, Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships, Variable Costing and Segment Reporting, Activity-Based Costing, Profit Planning, Flexible Budgets and Performance Analysis, Standard Costs and Variances, Performance Measurement in Decentralized Organizations, Differential Analysis, Capital Budgeting Decisions, Statement of Cash Flows and Financial Statement Analysis.

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Thesis

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An independent research and scholar reporting on a selected topic specifically selected from related subjects. The department schedules and coordinates a number of seminars to assist students selecting the topics and to fine tune their work up to reporting. Credit is granted based on the quality of final product after evaluation of correctness, simplicity and clarity, amount of work done, amount of references and materials used and optimality factors.