- Course Duration
- UndergraduateSkill level
- 19 Jan, 2019Admission Deadline
The Department of Finance (Dfin) has identified the fact that higher education is going through a paradigm shift in the 21st century. In this scenario, the dimensional changes are globalization, growing importance of knowledge and information and communication revolution that calls for changes in education and training needs and demand for higher skills levels and continuing education, institutional change of inter- and multi -disciplinary programmes, new pedagogical approaches and flexibility. Student centered focus and quality of education is given prominence in all activities. Hence, the structure of Finance degree programme has been designed in par with these requirements and student centered focus and a sound quality management system is natured throughout the degree programme to achieve academic excellence. Total number of credit in the finance degree programme are 120 and the curriculum is divided into six clusters with different objectives as discipline knowledge, communication skills, problem solving and reasoning, information literacy, interpersonal skills, cognitive skills, professional and practical skills and ethical attitudes.