Master of Finance (MFI)


Program Learning Outcomes

Master of Finance is designed to develop a broad understanding of the financial aspects and provide fundamental tools of financial analysis and decision-making. By the end of this program, students will be able to apply economic analysis to the firm’s decision-making, to evaluate and explain financial decision regarding the firm investment and long-and short-term financing strategies by applying financial theory and quantitative analysis methods. Students are required to complete 48 credit hours that comprising of 12 credits for basic core courses, 15 credits for major core courses, 9 credits for elective courses, and 12 credits for integrative courses and research paper or research project or research thesis.


Code               Course Title                                                            Credit                                  

Basic Courses                                                                                             12 credits

ACT501         Financial & Cost Accounting                                      (3)

ECO501         Applied Statistics & Forecasting                                (3)

ECO502         Managerial Economics                                               (3)

MGT501         Management and Organization Development            (3)

Major Courses                                                                                              15 credits

FIN512           Corporate Finance                                                       (3)

             FIN616           Public Finance                                                             (3)

             FIN618           Insurance                                                                     (3)

ACT515         Tax Aspect & Business Environment                           (3)

             ACT513         Auditing Theory and Practice                                       (3)

Elective Courses                                                                                           9 credits

             ECO617         Econometrics for Finance                                            (3)

             MGT615         Strategic Management                                                (3) 

             MIS526          Management Information System                                (3)

             MGT616         Leadership & Bus Ethics                                             (3)

MGT621         Research Methodology                                               (3)

MKT501         Marketing Management & Strategy                             (3)

Final Semester (3 options)

Option I:        Final Exam. (3 courses + Paper)                                          12 credits

             FIN615           International Finance                                                   (3)

             FIN612           Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management            (3)

             FIN613           Financial Markets & Institutions                                  (3)

             FIN617           Research Paper                                                          (3)

Option II:      Project (2 courses + Project)                                                 12 credits

             FIN618:          Research Project                                                        (6)

Option III:     Thesis (No course + Thesis)                                                 12 credits

            FIN619           Research Thesis                                                          (12)                                                    

Total                                                                                                               48 credits