Wednesday 4 April 2012

Bachelors of Financial Markets (BFM)

Bachelors Of Financial Markets (BFM) - Mumbai University
The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) course in 2008-2009. The course not only aims at training students to gain knowledge in the ever changing field of Financial Market but also leads to the all-round development of their personality.
The B.F.M. course provides comprehensive training to students in the field of Financial Market by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. It is a perfectly designed full time course for all those aspiring to make a career in the growing and ever evolving field of Financial Market.
BFM Course Syllabus (Mumbai University):
The course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be six semester spread over three years. The course shall consist of 38 modules of 100 marks each & 2 projects of 100 marks each. Total 4000 marks.
FIRST YEAR - Semester 1
- Principles of Investment
- Micro Economics
- Basic Statistics
- Basic Computer Skills
- Financial Accounting
- Business Environment

FIRST YEAR - Semester 2
- Environment of Financial Systems
- Macro Economics
- Statistical Applications
- Communication Skills
- Management Accounting
- Principles of Business Management

SECOND YEAR - Semester 3
- Debt Markets
- Corporate Finance-1
- Equity Markets - I
- Banking in Financial Systems
- Computer Application in Investments
- Business Ethics
- Organizational Behaviour

SECOND YEAR - Semester 4
- Commodities Market
- Corporate Finance - II
- Equity Markets - II
- Financial Services
- Taxation for Investments
- Security Analysis
- Business Law

THIRD YEAR - Semester 5
- Global Capital Markets
- Regulations of Securities Markets
- Insurance (Fund) Management
- Derivatives Markets
- Foreign Exchange Markets
- Portfolio Management
- Project - I

THIRD YEAR - Semester 6
- Risk Management
- Corporate Governance
- Computer Applications in Financial Services
- Marketing of Financial Services
- Mutual Fund Management
- Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services
- Project - II

Farzad M. Damania
Counsellor, Training & Development Specialist

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