B.Sc. Honours in Banking & Insurance BSc Honours in Financial Management

 

BSc. Honours in Financial Management

 

 

The BSc. Honours in Financial Management Degree programme has been specially designed to meet the desires of the students who are seeking a career in the discipline of Financial Management and Accounting. The aim of the programme is to equip the students with knowledge, talents, skills and attitudes to be effective and productive managers in the field of Financial Management in local and global contests. Further, it attempts to create Financial Management (Special) graduates with both theoretical knowledge and practical applications. In addition, the students also develop important skills in the areas of Financial Econometrics, Business Communication and Information Technology.

 

The student completing the BSc. Honours in Financial Management Degree is a graduate.    

  • who has an in -depth understanding and appreciation of management issues with a special attention on strategic and leadership orientation in both state and corporate sector organizations.
  • who has an ability to identify and analyze complex business situations and to develop and implement effective solutions.   
  • who is having good communication skills.     
  • who is having a sound knowledge and skills in modern information and technological and computer based applications in the field of Financial Management.  
  • who has an in- depth understanding of fundamental concepts, principles, theories and tools of analysis in the domain of Financial Management.     
  • who has a capacity to analyze and synthesis and a capacity to adapt to new situations.     
  • who has an ability to develop and practice ways to connect and apply his/her academic work to professional contexts.
  • who is having an ability to design and implement, significant individual research project that explore complex issues using appropriate materials, concepts and methods from financial management discipline.     
  • who is having good ethical, intellectual and spiritual values.     

 The Department of Accountancy & Finance offers BSc. Honours in Financial Management Degree

 

  1. Scholarship & Intellectual Integrity: thorough understanding about finance theories; ability to apply scholarly conventions; familiarity in academic writing; contextualise research imagination (E.g. Mapping ideas); analytical reading: extract the main idea from a reading text
  2. Practical & Strategic Sense: ability to use finance theories in different contexts (E.g. global financial crisis); environmental vigilance (E.g. Predictions, forecasting); security and security market analysis; tackling dynamic market environment, risk assessment; awareness about national & international financial literacy
  3. Communication Skills: proficiency of the language (basic reading, writing, speaking & listening skills); basic oral & written communication skills; linguistically interpreting graphs, charts, tables &  other graphical information; negotiation skills (meeting handling, dominance, compromise, tolerance); presentation skills
  4. ICT Literacy: ability to extract e-resources; software handling; programming; managing large scale databases (E.g. Bloomberg data base, data stream 7I); data mining (E.g. data base of global inflation)
  5. Mental Agility: rational financing & investment decisions; empirical data analysis; statistical modeling & financial modeling; financial forecasting with time series models; financial reporting; Self learner
  6. Healthy Personality with Leadership & Interpersonal Skills: smart; role model; disciplinary; team player (Group cohesiveness); convincing ability; respecting & accepting others
  7. Numerical Skills: conduct financial analysis; analyze, interpret, summarize & communicate data; comparing & contrasting; accounting & financial data presentation
  8. Creativity & Innovativeness: entrepreneurial skills, financial product innovation; ability to identify new financial business opportunities; exploring new avenues for financial investments

 

Curriculum of the BSc Honours in Financial Management

Course Code

Course Unit

Lecture Hrs.

Tutorial and/or

Practical Hrs.

Credits

 

Year I Semester I

 

 

 

FM 1113

Principles of Management

45

15

03

FM 1123

Financial Accounting

45

15

03

FM 1134

Business Mathematics

60

15

04

FM 1142

Micro Economics

30

15

02

FM 1154

Introduction to ICT & Computer Applications

30

90

04

FM 1163

Business English I

45

15

03

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year I Semester II

 

 

 

FM 1213

Fundamentals of Financial Management

45

15

03

FM 1223

Business Statistics

45

15

03

FM 1233

Marketing Management

45

15

03

FM 1242

Macro Economics

30

15

02

FM 1254

Database Systems & Network Technology

30

90

04

FM 1263

Business English II

45

15

03

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year II Semester I

 

 

 

FM 2113

Intermediate Accounting

45

15

03

FM 2123

Organizational Behaviour

45

15

03

FM 2133

Advanced Financial Management

45

15

03

FM 2143

Managerial Economics

45

15

03

FM 2152

Accounting Packages & Computer Programming

15

45

02

FM 2163

Business Communication I

45

15

03

 

 

Year II Semester II

 

 

 

FM 2213

Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management

45

15

03

FM 2223

Human Resource Management

45

15

03

FM 2233

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management (Elective)

45

15

03

FM 2243

Development Economics (Elective)

45

15

03

FM 2253

Commercial Law

45

15

03

FM 2262

System Analysis & Design

30

25

02

FM 2273

Business Communication II

45

15

03

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year III Semester I

 

 

 

FM 3113

Advanced Financial Accounting

45

15

03

FM 3123

Operations Management

45

15

03

FM 3133

Cost Accountancy

45

15

03

FM 3143

Auditing

45

15

03

FM 3153

Taxation

45

15

03

FM 3163

Company & Banking Law

45

15

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year III Semester II

 

 

 

FM 3213

Management Accountancy

45

15

03

FM 3223

Management Information Systems

45

15

03

FM 3233

Operational Research

45

15

03

FM 3243

Financial Econometrics

45

30

03

FM 3253

Research Methodology

45

15

03

FM 3263

Strategic Management

45

15

03

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year IV Semester I

 

 

 

FM 4113

Strategic Financial Management

45

15

03

FM 4123

Financial Statement Analysis

45

15

03

FM 4133

International Trade & Finance

45

15

03

FM 4143

Financial Derivatives

45

15

03

FM 4151

Proposal Development & Academic Writing

15

05

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year IV Semester II

 

 

 

FM 4215

Thesis

 

150

05

FM 4223

Internship

 

640

03