|SEMISTER 1||SEMISTER 2|
|COM 100||Business communication||MRK 210||Advanced Principles of Marketing|
|MNG 200||Introduction to management||SA 200||Sales Administration|
|MRK 200||Introduction to marketing||MRK 300||Marketing research|
|ACC 200||Introduction to accounting||BL 200||Business Law|
|CMP 120||Computer information Systems Applications||CB 200||Consumer behavior|
- COM 100: Business communication: Meaning of communication, Role and objective of communication in Hospitals
- MNG 200: Introduction to management: Allows students to get initiated to the management skills
- MRK 200: Introduction to marketing: helps students to learn the basics of marketing.
- ACC 200: Introduction to accounting: helps students to get initiated to the history and basics of accounting.
- CMP 120: Computer information Systems Applications: introduce students to the basic computer skills.
- MRK 210 : Advanced principles of marketing : integrated analysis of the role of marketing and explores marketing methods within the total organization, from the sole proprietorship to partnership to the corporation
- SA 200 : Sales Administration : A course on the professional, ethical, needs-based, non-manipulative, low-pressure, consultative approach to sales. Theories of selling, communicating, time management, and the relationship of sales
- MRK 300 : Marketing research : A study of the role of research in marketing decisions. Special emphasis is placed on data gathering, compilation, analysis, and interpretation including the writing and analysis of surveys
- BL 200 : Business Law : introduce students to the legal principales in business
- CB 200 : Consumer behavior : This course stresses the understanding of consumer behavior in developing marketing strategy
|SEMISTER 3||SEMISTER 4|
|FIN 100||The language and tools of Financial Analysis||FIN 220||Risk and return|
|FIN 110||The role of global capital markets||FIN 230||Valuation :Alternative methods|
|FIN 120||Corporate Financial decision-making for value creation||FIN 255||Risk Management|
|FIN 150||Alternative Approaches to valuation and investment||FIN 270||Corporate Finance|
|FIN 200||Principles of valuation : Time value of money||FIN 290||Corporate Financial Policy|
- FIN 100 : The language and tools of Financial Analysis : In this course, students will learn the foundations of accounting principles and financial analysis, develop an understanding of the links between these, and the measurement of value creation at the firm level
- FIN 110 :The role of global capital markets : In this course, students will learn about how different markets around the world can interact to create value for, and effectively manage the risk of, corporations and their stakeholders
- FIN 120 :Corporate Financial decision-making for value creation : In this course, students will learn about the key financial decisions modern corporations face, as well as the alternative methods that can be employed to optimize the value of the firm’s assets.
- FIN 150 :Alternative Approaches to valuation and investment : In this course, students will develop an understanding of the intuitive foundations of asset and investment valuation, and how alternative valuation techniques may be used in practice.
- FIN 200 Principles of valuation : We will introduce the time value of money (TVM) framework in a carefully structured way, using relatively simple applications at first and quickly moving to more advance ones. We will then spend some time on developing an understanding of alternative decision criteria (NPV, IRR, Profitability, etc.) that are commonly used in the real world. We will wrap up the course with an exposure to the determination of cash flows using accounting principles.
- FIN 220 :Risk and return : This course will focus on the second main building block of financial analysis and valuation: risk. The notion of risk and statistics are intimately related and we will spend a fair amount of time on the development of some statistical concepts and tools, namely distribution theory and regression analysis.
- FIN 230 :Valuation : Alternative methods : This course is a rigorous introduction to alternative methods of valuation and will enable the learner to conduct analysis of most projects and companies
- FIN 255 :Risk management : Students will learn about the major types of risk, risk management tools and techniques and financial regulations. Instructors will work through the annual risk report of a publicly traded financial institution and analyze a number of case studies to illustrate key principles of risk measurement and management.
- FIN 270 :Corporate Finance: Students will learn how to value a firm over the course of this Corporate Finance professional certificate program, giving you the skills necessary to make sound financial and investment decisions.
- FIN 290 :Corporate Financial policy : This finance course focuses on how a firm should raise funds to finance its projects. Learners will be exposed to a number of important theoretical frameworks to analyze how financial policies can create value for a firm in a world with “frictions” such as bankruptcy costs, taxation policy, information problems, and conflict of interests between different stakeholders.
|SEMISTER 5||SEMISTER 6|
|FIN 300||Introduction to capital market||FIN 340||Money and Banking|
|FIN 301||The project Finance process||FIN 350||Financial statement analysis|
|FIN 310||Documentation in Project Finance||FIN 360||Cost accounting|
|FIN 320||Measuring risk : Equity , Fixed Income ,Derivatives and FX||FIN 370||Empirical methods in finance|
|FIN 330||Risk management Tools and practices||FIN 380||Investment management|
- FIN 300 : Inroduction to capital market : This course explores the economic interplay between financial intermediaries (indirect finance) and markets (direct finance) in allocating capital and creating investment opportunities. You will learn how to identify the drivers behind the global distribution of investment-grade bonds by currency and of equity market capitalization by country.
- FIN 301 :The project Finance process : This course begins with an understanding of the various ways a project can originate and then dives deep into the concept of feasibility studies. You’ll review a few financing models and then look at the participants in a project finance deal and understand their motivations.
- FIN 310 : Documentation in Project Finance : In this course, we’ll look at project documents – overview and types.
- FIN 320 : Measuring risk : Equity , Fixed Income, Derivatives and FX: This economics and finance course is a survey of risk measures and risk measurement practices applied to individual securities and portfolios. Students will also study risk reports of publicly traded financial institutions.
- FIN 330: Risk management tools and practices : This economics and finance course is an introduction to risk management techniques including the use of standard hedging instruments, asset-liability management and integrated risk management.
- FIN 340 : Money and Banking : This course is designed to help students understand the connections between money (the Federal Reserve), financial markets, and the macroeconomy. How are interest rates determined, and how does the Federal Reserve conduct monetary policy? What economic factors drive the yield curves in different bond markets? We will pay particular attention to the banking system, with an eye toward understanding the function and importance of banks.
- FIN 350 :Financial statement analysis : The objective of this course is to provide you with a framework for analyzing a firm’s past performance, estimating its future performance, and valuing its equity. The course integrates key concepts from accounting, finance, economics, and business strategy and applies them to financial decision-making
- FIN 360 : Cost Accounting: This course examines the concepts and procedures underlying the development of a cost accounting system for managerial decisions, control, and performance reporting.
- FIN 370 : Empirical methods in Finance : This course aims to provide an overview of quantitative methods needed to conduct empirical research in finance and financial economics.
- FIN 380 : Investment management : This course enables students to learn about fnancial markets and instruments, investment strategies. Apply standard models of fnancial economics to problems of portfolio optimization, diversifcation, immunization, and risk management.