Executive MBA
in Finance
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Program Description

MBA – Finance aligns with industry needs to help students to advance their career as a financial planner, manager or analyst. Program features a practical approach that combines case studies, engaging discussions and project-based learning. Students can gain an in-depth knowledge and specialized skills required for corporate finance, investment banking, financial management, financial markets, securities firms, government and other settings.MBA – Finance will cover concepts of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards), the worldwide acceptance of these standards has created a demand for the IFRS professionals and companies prefer candidates who have an expertise in International Standards.

The program enables the students to understand financial issues pertinent to trade and commerce, while also preparing students to excel in a cross-functional business environment. MBA – Finance is a 16-month, 36 credit hour program. The program consists of 11 courses and one project of 3 credit hours.

ABMTC’s Executive MBA (EMBA) in Finance program enjoys full accreditation by World Certification Institute (WCI). WCI is a global certifying body that grants credential awards to individuals as well as accredits courses of organizations. This accreditation will help individuals to apply for higher credentials such as “World Certified Specialist Professional (WCSP)”

  1. To analyze and evaluate financial problems in order to provide reliable recommendations for decision making.
  2. To understand concepts of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) and explain the structure of the framework of international accounting standards.
  3. To evaluate financial risk and return strategies in the context of an organization’s mission and objectives.
  4. To demonstrate the ability to develop recommendations for investment and financial policies to maximize wealth of an organization.
  5. To develop and manage internal financial processes and leverage external financial markets and institutions.
  6. To construct alternative solutions to unique accounting situations and challenges.
  • Academic Eligibility: Any Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.
  • Program Duration: 16 months
  • Total Program Credit: 36*
  • Total number of Courses: 11 Courses + 1 Project
  • Number of batches in a year: 3   (February- June –October)
  • Curriculum Pattern: 4 Semesters
#    Semester            Courses
1 Semester I – 4 Months       3 Courses
2 Semester II – 4 Months       3 Courses
3 Semester III – 4 Months       3 Courses
3 Semester IV- 4 Months       2 Courses + 1 Project


  • Exams: Exam will be held at the end of each semester
  • 11 Courses = 33 Credits
  • 1 Project = 03 Credits
  • Total = 36 Credits

Credits per Course: 3

Semester I:

#    Code No      Course Credit  
1 MBA1001 Financial and Management Accounting 3
2 MBA1002 International Economics 3
3 MBA1003 Advanced Taxation 3


Semester II:

#    Code No      Course Credit  
1 MBA1004 Strategic Management 3
2 MBA1005 International Business 3
3 MBA1006 Cost Accounting 3


Semester III:

#    Code No      Course Credit  
1 MBA1007 Financial Markets and Services 3
2 MBA1008 Corporate Finance 3
3 MBA1009 Mergers and Acquisitions And Corporate Restructuring 3


Semester IV:

#    Code No      Course Credit  
1 MBA1010 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 3
2 MBA1011 Marketing Research  3
3 MBA1012 Project  3

The final grading of the candidate is based on the following weightages given to each assessment:

Grading Percent Breakdown:

Assessment   Weightage  
Discussion Forum 20%
Mid Term Exam 25%
Research Assignment        25%
Final Exam 30%


Discussion Forum: Participating in online discussions on forums, sharing views and posting questions as well as reviewing other responses is considered under class participation.

Mid Term Exam: Midterm will be between the courses, always covering the material covered in the lectures. The format will be a combination of multiple-choice, short-answer, matching, and/or short essays.

Research Assignment: Research assignments will evaluate an individual’s analytical and critical thinking capabilities. The student can access the institute’s E-Resources to produce a comprehensive report, presentation, case study or evaluation for the research assignment. Students will be provided the rubrics for each assignment. Each assignment will be in general evaluated based on:

  1. Structuring and Presentation of Ideas
  2. Research behind the assignment
  3. Analytical thought process
  4. Provision of accurate and updated facts.

Final Exam: The final exam will be comprehensive of materials covered throughout the semester.

   Letter Grade      Percentage  
A 90-100
B 80-89
      C        70-79
F Below 69