A Masters in Business Administration, or MBA, is a master-level
degree wide in business and economics. Students in the MBA
programs can learn everything from international finance to
consumer behavior. As students approaching his final school year
in an MBA program, he will have to defend a thesis-like project.
MBA students interested in the banking sector has a number of
general banking areas, they can focus their research and
business knowledge of.
The General area of international banking may provide more
project ideas. For example, the Wharton School at the University
of Pennsylvania, describes its international banking courses
which compares the actions of individual financial institutions
across the globe. Students can study and empirical predict
trends in international banking over a certain period of time by
looking at international trends and variables.
At the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, teach MBA
students about the ramifications of the financial measures. A
final-year project idea may include studying the results of the
disclosure, or the information that banks provide to consumers
Role of Investment
Banks' roles in investment, especially on a global scale,
remains a fertile field. For example, DePaul University Center
for Strategy, Execution and valuation has many fellows, which
focuses on the role of investment. A student can use a case
where a bank invested in a variable, such as bonds, and the end
result of such an investment. The project can investigate why an
investment failed or succeeded.
The social sciences have many methods to predict human
behavior, but it does business, when it comes to interest rates.
Students who are interested in the future of banking business
may want to focus on interest rates. A final project may deal
with a case or current market trends to predict how the interest
rates will change across global or national bank.