BBA (Hons) Financial Markets is an undergraduate Finance course. Marketing finance is a challenging area, with issues in properly collating, calculating and analysing the data, and many KPIs, metrics and measurements involved. Course enables business and government decision makers and financial managers to deal with currency risks, issuing stock and bonds, incurring and repaying debt, and other aspects of both domestic and international finance. Course provide future financiers with an in-depth understanding of the many ways in which financial professionals handle stocks and bonds, domestic issues, international finance issues and currency risk. Within the program, students are taught to make informed predictions and forecasts about insurance and investments. The duration of the course is three years.
Eligibility & Admission
- Apply analytical and problem solving skills in the functional areas of accounting, marketing, finance and management.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the ethical, legal and social obligations and responsibilities of business.
- Apply ethical principles in the business environment with people of diverse ethnic, cultural, gender and other backgrounds.
- Communicate effectively.
- Apply the knowledge of business concepts and function in an integrated manner.
Employment areas comprise banks, business consultancies, business houses, educational institutes, export companies, financial organisations, industrial houses, multinational companies and marketing organisations. Typical job profiles are business administration professors, finance managers, human resource managers, information systems managers, production managers, management accountants, business consultants, marketing managers, business administration researchers and research and development managers.