BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE

Department of Social Science and Economics  

Objectives:
1- Be able to identify a number of behavioral factors that systematically influence financial markets and corporations.
2- To provide the students with the theoretical financial principles, analytical tools, and practical knowledge for making ethical and sound financial decisions.
3- Be able to identify the properties and characteristics of empirical data pointing to the presence of behavioral phenomena;
4- Be able to use single-handedly or provide advice and consultation to corporate executives with regards to behavioral factors and their possible influence onto company operations, reporting, etc;
5- To enable the students to develop skills in making successful strategic decisions in the businesses and the finance industries.

Foundation Year 
30 credits
  Arts and Humanities
Credits
  History of Political Economics 
3
Introduction to Statistics
3
  Social Science
  Studying on General Culture
3
  Principle of Business Law
3
  Science
  Principle of Accounting
3
  Computer Science (1) 
3
  Foreign Language
  English I (English Composition) 
3
  English II (Composition in Business) 
3
  Major Concentration Courses 
  Principle of Marketing 
3
Principles of Management
3
Total 
30 credits
Core Courses
60 credits
Second Year  Semester I
15 credits
  Introduction to Economics
3
  Microeconomics
3
  Macroeconomics
3
  Entrepreneurship 
3
  International Trade 
3
Semester II
15 credits
  Fundamental of Finance
3
  International Finance 
3
   Financial Accounting 
3
  Corporate Finance 
3
  Money and Capital Market 
3
 Third Year  Semester I
15 credits
  Organizational Behavior
3
  Managerial Economics 
3
  Financial Management 
3
  Seminar in Economics 
3
  Computer Science (2)
3
  Semester II
15 credits
  Money and Banking
3
  Economics of Money and Banking 
3
  Analysis Tools in Finance & Banking 
3
  Cost and Managerial Accounting 
3
  Business Analysis & Valuation 
3
Major Required Courses
30 credits
Fourth Year  Semester I
15 credits
  Financial Innovation & Service 
3
  Bank Management 
3
  Research Methodology 
3
  Accounting for Bank 
3
  Computer Science (3)
3
Semester II
15 credits
  Seminar in Financial Institution 
3
  Credit & Risk Management
3
  Research Study & Internship (Thesis)
9
Total 
120 credits.

 

The cost of this program is $USD 2400 ($USD 300 per semester/ $USD 20 per credit hour).

These fees are payable throughout your study by semi annual installments.