Bachelor of Finance (Hons.)

Faculty of Management (FOM)

(R/343/6/0105) 06/19 (A10480)

Finance professionals help organisations find and manage the resources needed to grow, make investments and acquisitions, plan for the future, and manage existing assets. This three-year programme is taught by lecturers with industry experience and professional qualifications e.g. CFA. Teaching is further enhanced with case studies and the active use of finance-related software and database e.g Datastream and Bloomberg. There are TWO specialisations offered; Investment and Banking.

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  • Entry Requirements
    • • Pass Foundation/Matriculation studies from a recognised institution with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 and a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass STPM or its equivalent with a minimum Grade C+ (GP 2.33) in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass A-Level with a minimum of Grade D in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass UEC with a minimum of Grade B in at least five (5) subjects inclusive of Mathematics and English; OR
    • • Pass STAM with a minimum Grade Jayyid (Good) in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematic and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Any qualification equivalent to Diploma in Finance, Banking, Insurance or related field (Level 4, MQF) with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.00.
    • Note: The Credit requirement for Mathematics and Pass in English at SPM Level for candidate in category (i), (ii), (iii) and (v) can be waived should the qualifications contain Mathematics and English subjects with equivalent higher achievement.
  • Programme Structure
    • Core
      • Year 1
        • Mathematics for Finance
          Accounting for Decision Making
          Management
          Fundamental of Economics
          English for Business Communication
          Fundamental of Marketing
          Critical Thinking and Applications in Management
          Principles of Finance
          Business Law
          Ethics and Governance
          Management Information Systems
          Financial Statement Analysis
      • Year 2
        • Corporate Finance
          Research Methodology
          Investments
          Personal Finance
          English for Business Communication
          Entrepreneurship
          Financial Markets and institutions
          Elective 1
          Elective 2
      • Year 3
        • Corporate Financial Strategies
          Financial Derivatives
          International Finance
          Financial Modelling
          Security Analysis
          Real Estate Finance
          Public Finance
          Behavioural Finance
          Financial Statistical Analysis
          Elective 3
          Elective 4
          Practical Training
    • Elective Modules
      • Year 1
        Bank Management
        Entrepreneurial Finance
        Retirement Planning
        Islamic banking
        Financial Risk Management
        Portfolio Management
        Tax Planning

        Year 2
        Basic Econometrics
        Financial Derivatives
        Real Estate Finance
        Statistics for Finance

        Year 3
        Security Analysis
        Behavioral Finance
        Corporate Financial Strategies
        Financial Modelling
        Financial Statistical Analysis
        Public Finance

    • University Subjects
      • Year 1
        U1 – Hubungan Etnik
        U1 – TITAS
        U2 – Bahasa Malaysia/ Foreign Language
      • Year 2
        U3 – Islamic Institutions in Malaysia, or Introduction to Multicultural Studies in Malaysia, or Stress and Well-Being Among Malaysian
        U4 – Co-curriculum
  • Career Prospects
    • Executives and managers for banking, insurance, finance, investment sector, manufacturing, education, consultancy, financial analyst, planners, adjustors and international trade.