Master of Finance and Control (MFC) - Tribhuvan University


Tribhuvan University

Management

2 year(s)


The Master of Finance and Control (MFC) Program is an intensive two - year course stretched over four semester of full time study, with every academic year having two semesters. After the completion of the program a student will be awarded Master of Finance and Control (MFC) by Tribhuvan University.

Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University has designed Master of Finance and Control (MFC) program with the objective of producing managers who are equipped with the latest managerial principles and techniques with a special focus on financial issues so enabling them to meet challenges created by recent business trend.

In the MFC program, each course has a certain number of credits assigned to it depending on its lecture, tutorial and practical work hours in a week. One lecture hour per week per semester is assigned one credit. That is one credit hour course must include 16 contact hours during the semester.

There will be continuous evaluation of a student's performance through internal evaluation. The variety of pedagogical methods will be used, such as, on-campus learning through classroom discussion, pr

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Admission criteria

Fee Structure

The total fee for the two-year (four semesters) study is Rs. 360,000, apart from the GRP processing fee.

First Semester Fee

Admission fee: Rs. 30,000

Semester Charges & Tuition fee: Rs. 82,500

Payment at the time of admission: Rs. 112,500

Second semester onwards

Semester Charges & Tuition fee: Rs. 82,500

Total fee to be paid from second semester to fourth semester Rs. 82,500 per semester


Salient features

1.Experiential Learning (Internship)

Students are required to undertake internship for practical exposure in the real world of business for a period of 10 weeks. Students are required to submit the Internship Project Report in the prescribed format. The evaluation of students for Internship will be based on confidential report of the authorized official of host organizations (40 percent) and presentation of the internship report in a seminar (60 percent).

2.Graduate Research Project

The students are required to undertake a research assignment and prepare an integrative research project report. It involves the preparation and presentation of a research project of approximately 30,000 words in length which begins with statement of problem, review of literature, specification of research design and analysis of data collected and implications of the research. Students are required to attend viva-voce examination and give a seminar presentation. The weight given for viva and the research report will be 25 percent and 75 percent respectively. For the evaluation of the research report, the Graduate Research Committee (GRC) at SOMTU will appoint the external examiner.

3.Examination and Evaluation

The performance of students will be evaluat

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Eligibility

Anyone having a bachelor degree or equivalent with 15 years of formal education (12 years of schooling and three years of graduation) in any discipline with minimum 45 percent of the aggregate marks or 2.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average in undergraduate level can apply for admission to MFC.

Admission to the program is based on academic records, recommendations, scores on entrance test and performance in the personal interview and group discussions. The entrance test may be computer based or manual with essay/case writing and/or individual presentations.

Admission Process: The admission process in the MFC involves submission of complete application form, two letters of recommendations, transcripts of all previous degrees (Bachelor, Certificate and SLC) and along with payment of admission test fee within the date specified.

Enrollment capacity

Total number of enrollment quota at Master's of Finance and Control program of Tribhuvan University School of Management (SOM-TU) is 35 (Thirty five) only.


Curricular structure

SOMTU will implement the management and finance courses, and project-based classes centered on the study of problem solving courses through lectures, class and group discussion, case study, project work, workshop, and so on.

Course Structure

First Semester Courses 15 Credit Hours

MFC 501: Business Communications 2

MFC 502: Business Communications Practicum 1

MFC 503: Financial Management 3

MFC 504: Managerial and Financial Economics 3

MFC 505: Financial Reporting and Control 3

MFC 506: Stati ti and Quanti ati e Techniques for Business 3

Second Semester Courses 16 Credit Hours

MFC 511: Research Methodology 2

MFC 512: Financial Regulatory Systems 2

MFC 513: Seminar on Emerging Concepts in Finance 1

MFC 514: Organization Behavior and Human Resource Management 3

MFC 515: Accounting for Managerial Decisions 3

MFC 516: Management and Financial Informati System 3

MFC 521: Investment Management 2

Third Semester Courses 15 Credit Hours

MFC 533: Insurance and Risk Management 2

MFC 522: Business Environment and Strategic Management 3

MFC 523: Corporate and Multinational Finance 3

MFC 524: Commercial Banking Operations 2

Elective I 2

MFC 625:Internship 3

Fourth Semester Courses 14 Credit Hours

MFC 531: Corporate Auditing and Tax Planning 3

MFC 532: Financial Services Marketing 3

MFC 534: Financial Econometrics 2

MFC 535: Project Analysis Practicum 1

Elective II 2

GRP 701: Graduate Research Project 3

Elective Courses (each course of 2 credit hours)

MFC 601: Advanced Finance Theory

MFC 602: Behavioral Finance

MFC 603: Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions

MFC 604: Cooperatives Management

MFC 605: Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

MFC 606: Financial Services and Wealth Management

MFC 607: Micro Finance and Entrepreneurship

MFC 608: Mutual Funds and Alternative Investments

MFC 609: Real Estate Investment Management

Download Curriculum

  1. MASTER OF FINANCE AND CONTROL (MFC) Curriculum.pdf
  2. MFC 2nd Semester Syllabus.pdf
  3. Master of Finance Control (MFC) 3rd Semester Syllabus.pdf