The course duration for the MSc in Corporate Financial Management is one year, which consists of two semesters and a dissertation period in the summer. Students will study five modules totalling 180 credits – four worth 30 credits each, and one worth 60 credits.
Students must study two core modules - corporate finance and corporate reporting, and then chose from one of two elective study streams.
- Stream 1 modules include risk management, banking regulation, and mergers and acquisitions.
- Stream 2 modules include business performance management and social responsibility.
- Here is how the course breaks down into its constituent modules:
- Core Modules
- Corporate Finance (30 credits)
- Corporate Reporting (30 credits)
- Research Methods, Professional Development and Dissertation/ Project (60 credits)
- Elective Stream 1
- Risk Management and Banking Regulation (30 credits)
- Mergers and Acquisitions (30 credits)
- Elective Stream 2
- Business Performance Management (30 credits)
- Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility (30 credits)