Master of Finance and Control [MFC]
Overview for Master of Finance and Control [MFC]:
Master of Finance and Control (MFC) is a Two-Years postgraduate financial services management course. The course generally covers the study in finance and accounting and a super-specialisation in the last semester to equip students with skills in financial planning, decision-making and control while familiarising them with the financial and regulatory environment. Master of Finance & Control (MFC) degree course comprises the lessons in the basic areas of managerial decision-making such as Organizational Behaviour, Managerial Economics, Quantitative Techniques, Financial Accounting, Corporate Laws, etc., as well as in different areas of finance such as Financial Management, Financial Services, International Finance, International Accounting, Investment Management, Project Appraisal, etc. The duration of the course is two years and its syllabus is divided into four semesters.
- Graduation/post graduation in any discipline, viz. Arts, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Social Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Law, Pharmacy and Medicine.
- Some of the very reputed universities and institutes demand a minimum of 45-50% marks in graduation and also conduct entrance examination to get admission to their Master of Finance & Control (MFC) degree course. The admission test is on the same lines as Common Admission Test (CAT) with emphasis on current business and financial environment, followed by a Group Discussion (GD) and interview.
- Selection to the degree course in these colleges is based on marks secured in the final merit i.e. total marks aggregated in the final exams of graduation and the entrance exam.