Bachelor of Financial Engineering (Hons.)

(R/343/6/0201) 07/21 (A7351)

The three-and- a-half-year programme emphasises on the key fundamentals of financial research and development framework, as well as on developing multimedia and ICT literacy to compete in today financial industry. The Programme will provide students with thorough understanding in financial supremacy and technological financial strategy in business. Students will be familiarised with financial subjects such as Mathematics for Finance, Principles of Finance, Differential Equations, and others.

The fundamentals of financial literacy is then supplemented with technologically related subjects, in a move to produce graduates with great financial efficiency and competitiveness. In doing so, students will be engaged in subjects such as Computer Networks and Internet Computing, Database Management Systems, Computer Programming, Database Management Systems, Computer Networks and Internet Computing, Mathematical Programming and Software Engineering.


  • Pass Foundation / Matriculation 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
  • Pass STPM / A level or its equivalent with minimum Grade (C+)in 2 subjects inclusive of Mathematics and a credit in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM/O Level or its equivalent
  • Pass UEC with minimum of grade B in at least five (5) subjects inclusive of Mathematics and English; OR
  • Pass STAM with minimum grade Jayyid in 2 subjects and a credit in Mathematic and a pass in English at SPM OR
  • Pass Diploma in Finance, Banking, Insurance or related field from a recognised institution with minimum CGPA of 2.50, and a credit in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM/O Level or its equivalent
  • English Entry Requirement for International Students: All undergraduate programmes offered by Faculty of Management require a minimum score of 5.5 in IELTS or its equivalent, except for Bachelor of Finance (Hons.) and Bachelor of Financial Engineering (Hons.), which require higher minimum score of 6.0 in IELTS or its equivalent


English for Business Studies
Ethics & Governance
Fundamentals of Economics
Accounting for Decision Making
Digital Media in Business
Principles of Finance
Mathematics for Finance
Fundamentals of Marketing
Financial Markets and Institutions
Digital Transformation Technologies
Financial Statistical Analysis
Hubungan Etnik (local)
Pengajian Malaysia 3 (international)
Islamic Institutions in Malaysia
Introduction to Multicultural Studies in Malaysia
Stress and Well-Being Among Malaysian

English for Business Communication
Entrepreneurial Finance
Corporate Finance
Mathematical Programming
Personal Finance
Analytical Programming
Financial Statement Analysis
International Finance
Stochastic Process and Applied Probability
Financial Derivatives
Business Law
Business Analytics

Research Methodology
Numerical Analysis
Basic Econometrics
Financial Strategies
Research Project
Financial Modelling
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
Monte Carlo Simulation
Personal Finance
Behavioral Finance
Practical Training
Bahasa Kebangsaan A
Foreign Language Beginners Level
TITAS (local)
BM Komunikasi 2 (international)

Bank management
Retirement Planning
Islamic Banking
Financial Risk Management
Portfolio Management


  • Professional accountants that may specialise in taxation, forensic accounting and investigation, auditing, management accounting, financial accounting, government accounting, and accounting information systems.


Prof. Dr. Lai Ming Ming


Dr. Chong Lee Lee

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Kwan Jing Hui


Dr. Nguyen Thi Phuong Lan

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Noor Ashikin Mohd Rom


Dr. Ridzwan Bakar


Dr. Teh Boon Heng

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Yap Voon Choong

Senior Lecturer

Norizaton Azmin Mohd Nordin


Thai Siew Bee


Zarehan Selamat




VP, Product and Market Development, Securities Market, Bursa Malaysia Berhad

Mr. Mark Chan Kok Theng is the currently Head of Product Development, Securities Market, Bursa Malaysia Berhad. His has experience in analyzing global trend to develop product and marketing strategies for listed products like structured warrant and ETF and engaging with market participants both foreign and local, facilitate collaboration among major industry players to improve the accessibility of Bursa Malaysia as a platform to all users. He is the key technical advisor on new ETF and structured warrant products to senior management. Besides, he also plans educational and promotional programs on new products and gives presentation on new products to public and institutional investors.



Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, United States

Prof. Ramesh Rao has vast experience in the areas of finance, financial analysis, corporate finance, financial management, corporate governance, capital structure and financial economics. He has published more than 50 refereed journals and sits in numerous editorial boards in journals such as Review of Financial Economics, Financial Review, and Journal of Financial Research etc.