MBA in Finance and Accounting
MBA admissions now closed. Admissions for next year will open in September 2017.
An MBA in Finance and Accounting is a specialization that is on an upward growth curve owing to an evident rise in fraudulent companies and white-collar crimes. Keeping up with the times, BML Munjal University’s MBA in Finance and Accounting programme in association with KPMG, focuses on nurturing professionals to understand the nuances associated with this field, and also acquire the business acumen to provide resolutions that ensure the betterment of the organizations.
Benefitting from extensive real-time industry expertise that KPMG, one of the world’s Big 4 accounting firms, brings with it, this two year full-time programme has been perfected to train students in investigative strategies, data analysis programmes, interview principles and techniques, financial statement reviews etc.
Finance and Accounting Programme
In conjunction with KPMG, an MBA in Finance and Accounting at BML Munjal University provides comprehensive business training needed by students to attain professional certifications which can significantly augment their vocational possibilities and salary prospects.
- This programme enlightens the students about both Indian and Global Accounting Standards, and is taught by seasoned professionals who employ relevant real-world examples to make the concepts being taught, easily understandable.
- The subjects list within the syllabus of this MBA in Finance and Accounting programme encompasses a broad scope, making it a tremendous career option for commerce students, CA/CS/ICWAs, and students in allied areas.
- Designed to provide coherent and methodical examination of various principles and strategies involved in the detection and prevention of fiscal frauds, anyone from a CA to a student with a science background can pursue the Finance and Accounting programme offered at BML Munjal University.
Benefits of a Masters in Accounting and Finance
With an MBA degree in Finance and Accounting in hand that is backed by KPMG’s industry expertise, students get job opportunities in private as well as the public sector, and can look forward to employment at prominent accounting firms (including the Big 4) as well as various IT companies and export firms.
Since an MBA in Finance and Accounting combines a conventional MBA curriculum with the progressive application of accounting principles in investigation of financial crimes, the conclusion of the programme brings along with it some of the most exciting yet demanding work opportunities, making it a strong option to consider for a specialized MBA programme.