Bachelor of Science in Finance
Bachelor of Science in Finance program is designed to incorporate application to theory of finance in establishing core knowledge on economics and accountancy. Graduates of this program can seek career opportunities in research, governmental and non-governmental organizations and other business firms. In addition to this, the program also leads to post-graduate degrees in business, economics and other related fields. This program hones students with fundamental intellectual and professional skills which are necessary in formulating managerial decisions. More specifically, it aims to inculcate basic skills on cash flow statements, financial reports and balance sheets from which these managerial decisions will be largely grounded. The program aims to produce highly resourceful and innovative finance analysts who have extensive skills in providing exceptional solutions for complex business problems.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Use professional communication skills to express understanding of financial management theory to diverse audiences.
- Make informed financial decisions based on credible evidence and data.
- Interpret economic information and data using statistics, accounting, and/or economic theories.
Students must complete all the required core courses (48 Credits). Each course is valued as 3 Credits
FIN 121 Financial Team Projects I
FIN 150 Financial Team Projects II
FIN 210 Generating Business Value from Information Technology
FIN 215 The Law of Corporate Finance and Financial Markets
FIN 235 Management Accounting and Control
FIN 310 Introduction to Financial Management
FIN 332 Managerial Analysis
FIN 405 Global Finance
FIN 450 Microeconomic Issues and Policy Models
FIN 412 Capitalism and Its Critics
FIN 423 Financial Analysis
FIN 439 Finance for Decision Making
ECON 426 Public Economics
ACCT 400 International Accounting
ACCT 405 Business Accounting
URES 499 Capstone Project for Undergraduate Studies.
Students must complete all seven business core courses. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.