Finance

1. Program Description

    • Faculty: Finance and Banking
    • Degrees conferred: Bachelor in Finance and Banking
  • Overview of the program: The Finance and Banking program provides the students with the knowledge and skills required in a wide range of finance-related fields such as corporate or business finance, investment and banking, financial management and planning, banking regulation and accounting. The students will also learn decision making, problem solving, communication, critical thinking skills; as well as business responsibility and ethics. Upon completing the program, graduates will be well-equipped to pursue a variety of careers in commercial banks, corporate and government financial organizations, investment funds, insurance companies, public and private companies.

2. Intended Program Outcomes

The students who graduate with a major in finance and banking are educated to be able to:

  • Prepare, analyze, and interpret financial information to solve business problems and make decisions.
  • Apply principles and knowledge of finance and banking to identify, create, and implement business opportunities.
  • Identify, describe, and analyze the impact of any government policy, regulation, and other environmental changes on planning, forecasting, and making decisions.
  • Research, collect, process and interpret data using appropriate techniques to solve business problems
  • Communicate, collaborate, and lead across the organization to achieve organizational goals effectively and ethically

3. Degree Curriculum

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed

3.1. General courses

3.2. Foundation courses

3.3. Major courses

3.4. Minor or elective courses

BANKING

FINANCE

3.5. Additional Courses and Requirements

  • Internship
  • Graduate Thesis/ Exam
  • English: TOEIC 500
  • Synthetic Base Module 
  • Specialized Synthetic Module