Finance is an integral part of any organization, industry, or economy. The candidates aspiring to become a finance professional need to have a sound knowledge of financial terms used in that particular industry and also they should stand out in managing business ventures, be innovative and creative, etc. However, all these things do not come naturally, they need to be inculcated via professional courses. One such professional course is Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance. MBA in finance will help you to inculcate and enhance your knowledge on financial terms, business ventures, and economic affairs of the country. Moreover, the students will be exposed to both theoretical and practical knowledge via lectures and summer internship projects respectively. MBA in finance will enable you to understand the different aspects of finance such as investment in stocks, mergers and acquisitions, corporate risk, portfolio management, banking terminologies, etc. Some of the subjects that will facilitate you to learn all these aspects are Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (SAPM), Financial Modeling (FM), Financial Derivatives (FD), Financial Management and Corporate Finance (FMCF), Financial Accounting (FA), Cost and Management Accounting (CMA), etc. After pursuing MBA in finance, a lot of avenues are opened in different domains of finance. Some popular career options after completing MBA in finance includes accounts manager, financial analyst, investment banker, stock broker, and financial consultant, etc.
“Money is a terrible master but excellent servant.” – P.T. Barnum
Mr. Himanshu Goel
Assistant Professor, Lloyd Business School