Finance

Studying Finance equips a student with the capabilities for utilizing idle money: this means that a graduate will be able to work and plan and/or prioritize the use of scarce funds.

A student majoring in finance is required to complete five courses (15 credit hours) from any one of following seven concentration areas offered by the department of business administration. Three courses are mandatory for all students majoring in finance. These are: Introduction to business finance (FIN 602), Corporate finance (FIN 1002), Money and Banking (FIN1004).

Finance Major Courses for Bachelor of Business Administration (Any Five):

  • Investment Management
  • Financial Analysis for Decision Making
  • International Finance
  • Capital Structure & Budgeting
  • Operation of Financial Institutions
  • Money and Financial Markets
  • Public Finance

Finance Major Courses for Master of Business Administration (Any Five):

  • Investment Management
  • Advanced Financial Analysis for Decision Making
  • International Finance
  • Capital Structure & Budgeting
  • Operation of Financial Institutions
  • Money and Financial Markets
  • Bank Fund Management