SUSS DBA and MFIN Programme
August 04, 2022
The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) under SUSS School of Business focuses on training students to acquire in-depth knowledge and skills in selected management areas, whereas Master of Finance (MFIN) programme aim to help finance professionals and those in the PMET segment to gain knowledge of financial innovations and technologies, and to support upskilling to meet work challenge posed by advancements in technology.
The DBA curriculum offers exposure to knowledge relevant to the digital economy and provides students with a choice of management courses or a mix of multi-disciplinary courses to suit their applied research objectives. The programme is supported by a flexible learning environment that draws its benefits from SUSS’s close linkage with industries.
On the other hand, SUSS alumni who are looking for upgrading opportunities in finance area will find MFIN programme a good option for them to acquire professional advancement and deepen their knowledge of finance, financial technologies and financial innovations.
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