Brief Curriculum

 

Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Markets) (BFM) is a 3 years full time Programme offered by University of Mumbai.. Each year is divided into 2 semesters. The course consists of 40 modules comprising 38 theory papers and 2 projects each of 100 marks.

 

First Year B.F.M. Semester I

First Year B.F.M. Semester II

UFMFSI.1

Introduction to Financial Systems

UFMFSII.1

Environmental Science

UFMFSI.2

Economics I

UFMFSII.2

Economics II

UFMFSI.3

Financial Accounting I

UFMFSII.3

Financial Accounting II

UFMFSI.4

Business Environment

UFMFSII.4

Principles of Management

UFMFSI.5

Basic Mathematics

UFMFSII.5

Busuniess Statistics

UFMFSI.6

Computer Skills I

UFMFSII.6

Business Communications II

UFMFSI.7 Business Communications I UFMFSII.7 Computer Skills II

 

Second Year B.F.M. Semester III

Second Year B.F.M. Semester IV

UFMFSIII.1

Debt Markets

UFMFSIV.1

Commodities Markets

UFMFSIII.2

Corporate Finance-I

UFMFSIV.2

Corporate Finance-II

UFMFSIII.3

Equity Markets-I

UFMFSIV.3

Equity Markets-II

UFMFSIII.4

Banking in Financial System

UFMFSIV.4

Financial Services

UFMFSIII.5

Business Ethics

UFMFSIV.5

Taxation for Investments

UFMFSIII.6

Organizational Behavior 

UFMFSIV.6

Security Analysis

UFMFSIII.7

Computer Applications in Investments

UFMFSIV.7

Business Law

 

Third Year B.F.M. Semester V

Third Year B.F.M. Semester VI

UFMFSV.1

Global Capital Markets

UFMFSVI.1

Risk Management

UFMFSV.2

Regulations of Securities Markets

UFMFSVI.2

Corporate Governance

UFMFSV.3

Insurance (Fund) Management

UFMFSVI.3

Computer Applications in Financial Services

UFMFSV.4

Derivative Markets

UFMFSVI.4

Marketing of Financial Services

UFMFSV.5

Foreign Exchange Markets

UFMFSVI.5

Mutual Fund Management

UFMFSV.6

Portfolio Management

UFMFSVI.6

Customer Relationship Management in Financial Services

UFMFSV.7

Project -I

UFMFSVI.7

Project -II

 

 

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