Finance and Banking

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FINANCE AND BANKING

The course is designed to provide graduates with high-level skills in both the specialized field of banking and finance and the general field of business management. Graduates will be capable of pursuing careers in the banking and finance industry and a wide range of business fields. The course blends a conceptual theoretical framework with practical applications and covers basic discipline material through to more specialized banking and finance requirements. Graduates will be well equipped to seek employment in both private and public-sector enterprises.

Professional opportunities in the field of finance and banking can lead to careers in financial services such as banking officers, investment portfolio managers, corporate treasurers, and financial planners. Finance professionals are in high demand by corporations, nonprofit organizations and government agencies at all levels. Te corporate finance career path can lad to very responsible positions, including vice president for finance or president of the firm.

1- OBJECTIVES

Students completing the finance major should be able to:

The learning goals of this course are to:

  • take a structured approach to business data analysis,
  • problem solving and decision making;
  • apply relevant theory, tools and techniques to solving problems in a dynamic business environment;
  • carry out an organization’s specific projects and recommend responses to issues and opportunities that may impact on an organization’s performance;
  • operate effectively in a multidisciplinary business environment while providing specialist advice from a banking and finance perspective;
  • approach business issues in a professional and socially responsible manner.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND BANKING

FOUNDATION YEAR
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Khmer History 3 1 Public Administration 3
2 Practical Computer 3 2 Mathematical Analysis 3
3 Introduction to Economics 3 3 Philosophy 3
4 English 3 4 English 3
5 Introduction to Business 3 5 Introduction to Banking 3
Total 15 Credits Total 15 Credits

 

YEAR TWO
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Introduction to Statistics 3 1 Introduction to Finance 3
2 Legal and Environmental Business 3 2 Money and Banking 3
3 Macroeconomics 3 3 Personal Finance Management 3
4 Principle of Accounting 3 4 English for Business Terminology 2
5 Financial  Accounting 3 5 Elective Course 1 3
6 English for Business Terminology 2 6 Elective Course 2 3
7     7 Field Trip 1 1
Total 17 Credits Total 18 Credits

 

YEAR THREE
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Micro Financial Management 3 1 Corporate Finance 3
2 Commercial Banking and Finance 3 2 Financial Institutions Management 3
3 Financial Management 3 3 Investment Management 3
4 English for Business Terminology 2 4 English for Business Terminology 2
5 Elective Course 3 3 5 Credit Management 3
6 Elective Course 4 3 6 Elective Course 5 3
7 Field Trip 1 1 7 Internship 1
Total 18 Credits Total 18 Credits

 

YEAR FOUR
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Research Methodology 3 1 Option and Future 3
2 Scientific Writing and Management 3 2 International Finance 3
3 Budgeting and Planning 3   Research and Thesis 8
4 Financial Statement Analysis 3  
5 Risk Management 3  
6 Undergraduate Seminar 1  
Total 16 Credits Total 14 Credits

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The curriculum aims to equip students with banking and financial skills and the conceptual and managerial decision-making skill necessary for effective management.

Students are going to understand the financial aspects of the contemporary economy, the operations of financial institutions and markets, and the financial management of business operations.

Financial and Banking Courses

  1. Introduction to finance
  2. Personal Financial Management
  3. Commercial Banking and Finance
  4. Financial Institution Management
  5. Corporate Finance
  6. Financial Management
  7. Micro Financial Management
  8. Credit Management
  9. Financial Statement Analysis
  10. International Finance
  11. Investment Management

Career Opportunities

Professional opportunities in the field of finance and banking bring students to financial services such as bank officers, investment portfolio managers, corporate treasurers, and financial planners. Finance professionals are highly in demand in corporations, nonprofit organizations and government agencies.

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