The Master of Accounting and Finance program provides a unique and comprehensive blend of key areas of accounting and finance. This program covers specialized topics like financial reporting, auditing, taxation, corporate finance, investments, and business strategy etc. This program is highly appropriate for the students who are interested in joining careers in business, services, and academic research in the domain of accounting or finance. The program is equally beneficial for in-service people who are looking for advancement in their career and knowledge.
This program is for those who are planning to adopt accountancy as their career with advanced knowledge of accounting.
To make students able to understand and develop the skills to grasp broad range of accounting and finance techniques and concepts.
To make them able to critically analyze and compare the theoretical knowledge with the practical aspects.
To provide the knowledge and skills to students for using computer technology in accounting and finance for the purpose of improving decision making in an organization setting.
To provide an opportunity for students to evaluate problems and innovations in accounting and finance with effects on managerial decision making.
To make students able to apply integrated techniques of accounting and finance in evaluating the costs and benefits of strategic investments.
To make them able to understand the applications and effects of international accounting standards and financial reporting in an organization setting.
To develop the understanding about ethical issues in accounting and finance.
To mentor students to exploit newly created opportunities in accounting and finance profession.
Program Admission Eligibility Criteria
Candidates having Bachelor’s degree (14-year education) in [B.Com, BBA (2-year) and other relevant equivalent qualification] with at least 45% marks or CGPA of at least 2.00 out of 4 are eligible to apply.
Course(s) exemption is not allowed.
It is a one-year duration program that comprises two semesters. Each semester has 18 weeks duration.