Our belief is that a successful entrepreneur needs to combine top-notch skills in managing people with keen insights about managing money in their business.


We deliver the specialization in Finance to impart learning how to effectively manage working capital, estimate financial risks, and evaluate or construct a viable financial plan.

The Franklin University MBA specialization in Finance focuses on the concerns of the financial industry in today’s economy. It offers updated knowledge and theory-to-practice teaching methods which gave me an immediate opportunity to practice my skills.

  • The finance specialization track was launched as a direct response to demand from the MBA students. It consists of 3 courses in which you will examine a number of advanced subjects in corporate and global finance as well as in financial markets.
  • Courses are delivered over a period of 4-5 months.
  • Specialization is stipulated on the MBA degree diploma.
  • Some courses within the concentration in Finance may be conducted as guided research projects on a topic chosen by a student under the guidance of a professor from MCBS and Franklin University.
Program Structure

MBA Finance

Course CodeCourse Name
FINA770Financial Markets and Institutions
FINA771Advanced Corporate Finance
FINA773Global Finances

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English Proficiency

Prospective applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency. The requirement is met through any of the following:

The applicant has earned appropriate scores on language proficiency exams taken within the last two years.

A minimum overall score in addition to exam subsection scores of:

  • TOEFL 79 (internet-based), or 550 (paper-based). Reading: 20/30 and Writing: 20/30
  • IELTS: (Academic) score band of minimum 6.0

Department Contact

Contact Program Chair Masood Khan for more information.