BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BANKING AND FINANCE (BSC-BF)

The Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance program aims to produce students who will graduate with the confidence to present and discuss economic arguments using verbal, graphical, mathematical and statistical language.

Graduates will have the capacity and skills to innovate, provide solutions, work, manage and be a corporate leader in financial institutions. They will be equipped with the skills to research and disseminate economic and financial data in order to support their arguments and draw conclusions.

Students will also become confident in analysing and interpreting economic and financial information and be able to demonstrate a critical evaluation of economic issues relevant to banking and finance.

Programme Description

FIRST YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BF 110 Micro Economics

BF 120 Financial Accounting

BF 140 Mathematical Analysis

BF 140 Banking Operations, Lending & International Business

BF 150 Business Management

BF 190 Banking Law & Practice

SECOND YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BS 210 Monetary & Financial Systems (Pre-requisite: BF110)

BF220 Financial Planning, Analysis and Reporting (Pre-requisite: BF 120)

BF 230 Corporate Finance

BS 250 Management of Information Technology

BS 242 Statistical Analysis (Pre-requisite: BF 140)

BF 240 Marketing of Financial Services & Customer Care

THIRD YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BF 310 International Trade & Finance

BF 320 Investment Analysis (Pre-requisite: BF 224)

BF 330 Regulatory Framework of Financial Systems

BF 350 Risk Management and Analysis

BF 340 Residential Lending & Property Law

BF 340 Residential Lending & Property Law

FOURTH YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BF 462 Lease & Project Financing

BF 461 Corporate & Merchant Banking

BF 440 Strategic Management

BF 400 Project/Dissertation

BF 420 Risk Management

BF 460 Bank Treasury and Financial Management

BF 463 Insurance & Pension Management