BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HONS) FINANCE WITH MULTIMEDIA Program Educational Objectives 1. To develop competent finance graduates, well-trained in finance principles, theory and analytical skills so that they are able to apply them to the real world. 2. To produce broad-minded finance graduates who are able to manage well in human relations and in any financial condition. Program Outcomes PO1 Ability to apply fundamental skills and techniques of finance in various business events. PO2 Acquisition of knowledge and competency in the specialised areas of finance and/or Management. PO3 Ability to apply multimedia and ICT tools to solve business problems. PO4 Ability to communicate effectively. PO5 Ability to understand and solve the strategic dimensions of business. PO6 Ability to work independently as well as others in a team. PO7 Ability to develop a healthy mind and enthusiasm towards lifelong learning. PO8 Ability to be a multi-skilled individual with good business ethical knowledge, leadership and entrepreneurial skills. Selected Subjects Subjects Financial Management I Financial Management II Industrial Training Short Descriptions A fundamental address of financial concepts and theories. An intermediate discourse on corporate finance theories, markets and problems faced by corporations today. An exposure to the real working environment, to gain relevant working experience, to enhance knowledge and skills beyond that of formal classroom setting, and to establish strong contacts with the industry for future employment opportunities. Advanced Topic In Finance A comprehensive understanding of financial theories that highlights the importance of real-world financial practices through financial case studies. Tax Planning A discourse on the basic of taxation in Malaysia for individuals, sole proprietorships and partnerships. Investment A discourse of investment theory and the ability of making sound investment decisions through fundamental and technical analysis. Financial Markets and Institutions An understanding of the roles and functions of financial institutions in the markets, the importance of financial markets and its impact on the economy. Subjects Corporate Financial Strategies Corporate Risk Management Financial Statement Analysis Financial Derivatives International Finance Bank Management (elective) Personal Finance (elective) Portfolio Management (elective) Merger and Acquisition (elective) Short Descriptions An acquisition of knowledge that integrates financial functions with internal and external financial environment to develop wealth maximisation financial strategies. An introduction of risk reduction and mitigation in various types of businesses and organizations. A discourse to evaluate financial statements for business and investment decision making in a multi-cultural and multinational environment. An understanding of financial derivative principles, as well as the innovation and strategy of various derivative instruments. A discourse on the effect of financial transaction in various foreign exchange, interest rate and investment climate. A theoretical and practicality of bank operations to expose students on banking activities and their impact as financial intermediaries. A fundamental discourse on personal financial planning to enhance personal financial management and effective personal financial planning. A discourse on how to develop and manage a remunerative investment portfolio through various investment concepts and theories. An understanding of the concepts, theories and impact of national and multinational merger and acquisition. Job prospects Many of our graduates are engaged in the banking, insurance, finance, manufacturing, education, consultancy, and international trade. Many of them are now successful managers, directors, financial analyst, planners, adjustors, consultants, administrators and dealers.