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MSc Finance

MSc in Finance

Program Objectives

The program is designed for individuals who are eager to have an exemplary career in the field of finance as practitioners or world class researchers. Applicants need not be already working in Financial sector neither they need to have a previous degree in Finance. The program is designed for those intending to pursue careers in companies, banking and non-banking financial institutions, or the public sector, with finance related responsibilities, or to stay in academics as researchers. For those already working in the field of finance, the courses will enhance their effectiveness by covering the latest developments in the field. For applicants whose previous knowledge is not in Finance will find this program a unique opportunity to gain a comprehensive foundation and subsequent depth in the field. However, applicants must understand that MSc in Finance has a strong quantitative bias.

Msc in Finance runs in the evening from 5:00 PM to 8:15 PM, Monday to Friday.

Eligibility for Admission

The basic requirement for admission to the MSc in Finance program is BBA, B.Com, BA, BSc, HND (Edexcel) or an equivalent degree. Those who have secured at least 2nd division with 45% marks at graduate level are eligible to apply. Qualifying the admission test and interview is compulsory. A candidate scoring less than 40% marks in the test shall stand disqualified for admission.

Rules/Regulations

Rules/regulations of IMSciences relating to Grading & Evaluation, GPA Requirements, Academic Calendar, Attendance, Withdrawal Courses will be applicable to the MSc in Finance program. For other matters, the admission rules of the IMSciences currently followed will be applicable, which are issued to all candidates along with prospectus.

Scheme of Courses

For the MSc in Finance program, a candidate will be required to complete the course work of at least 66 credit hours (including Research Dissertation /Project).

Semester Wise Breakup of Courses

Semester 1

 

S.No

 

  Course
Credits
1   Mathematics for Finance
3
2   Financial Accounting
3
3   Global Capital and Financial Markets
3
4   Business Communication
3
5   Elective I
3

Semester 2

 

S.No

 

  Course
Credits
1   Statistics & Econometrics for Finance
3
2   Economic theory and analysis
3
3   Financial Management
3
4   Management Accounting
3
5   Elective II
3
     

Semester 3

 

S.No

 

  Course Credits
1   International Business Finance
3
2   Computer Application in Finance
3
3  

Business Research Methods

3
4   Elective III
3
5   Elective IV
3

Semester 4

 

S.No

 

  Course Credits
1   Case Studies in Finance
3
2   Elective V
3
3   Elective VI
3
4   Elective VII
3
5   Elective VIII
3

Following the four intensive taught semesters, students will be expected to either write a single dissertation of minimum 10,000 words or they could take two smaller projects that may include
writing at least one publishable research paper and report writing on some assigned mini project.

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