The academic arm of the SANASA Campus, Faculty of Management & Finance conducts three special degree programmes which have been accredited by the University Grant Commission. Three academic departments, namely Banking & Finance, Insurance & Risk Management and Regional Science & Planning come under the purview of the Faculty and conduct the said three-degree programmes. In addition, the Information Technology Centre and the Library function under the Dean of the Faculty of Management and Finance. Assistant registrar/Academic and assistant registrar/Examinations extend their support to the Dean of the Faculty, especially in respect of admissions of students and related affairs and on examinations in order to run the Faculty smoothly.
The work-based learning component embedded in all three-degree programmes make a significant difference when compared to undergraduate degree programmes in other universities, which is an integral part of all three-degree programmes from the first year onwards. The method adopted by the SANASA Campus in imparting knowledge to its students enable it to produce employable and highly relevant graduates to cater to the demand of both public and private sector. Furthermore, at its inception, the SANASA Campus has adopted a lateral entry method in admitting students, especially to the Department of Insurance & Risk Management to increase the accessibility of higher educational opportunities for those who have been left out from the formal higher education, but successful with professional qualifications with relevant career exposure.
The Faculty of Management and Finance possesses three Departments, namely: