The BS (Hons) Bachelor program in Finance and Technology is a four years program that gives academically successful undergraduates the opportunity to pursue MBA, M.Phil. Degrees in Accounting, Taxation, Finance, Management Science and Commerce.
This program has been designed to develop undergraduate students to gain the financial technology (FinTech) skills essential for a career in tomorrow’s financial institutions. The FinTech industry will create hundreds of thousands of jobs world widely. With developments in computing continuing to accelerate, understanding their applications to financial markets will make you highly employable in a variety of industries.
The BS Fintech offers you the opportunity to gain experience at the cutting edge between finance and computer science. You’ll develop quantitative and analytical skills as well as your coding and programming capabilities.
This allows you to take part in real-time financial and trading simulation, supervised by academic and industry experts.
- To buildup knowledge of Financial Technology (FinTech) which is a rapidly growing industry that uses technology to improve activities in finance.
- To build up ability in students to analyze concepts, to apply these concepts to solve business problems and use quantitative methodologies as tools to solve business problems.
- To build up knowledge in students to demonstrate the ability to deliver effective presentations enhanced by technology.
- To buildup ability to search databases, locate, use and properly cite relevant information.
- To Build up the ability to use technology for effective project management.
- 12 Year of Education, FA, FSc, and ICS, or equivalent certificates with Minimum 45% Marks.
ICAP/CAF qualified students are eligible for 60 Cr. Hr. exemptions as per HEC notification.
Those who have completed 14 Years of education, BA, B.Com and B.Sc or equivalent, a fast track enrollment is allowed in the 5th semester of BS Accounting & Finance after clearing the bridging semester.
UOL Entry Test is mandatory with 50% marks.