PROGRAMME CORE INFORMATION

Programme title:

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Banking and Finance

Final Award:

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Banking and Finance

Interim or exit awards:

  • Certificate of Higher Education  in Banking and Finance
  • Diploma of Higher Education in Banking  and Finance

Awarding body:

Bangor University (United Kingdom)

Mode of delivery and duration:

Course Duration:

3 years (Full time mode)

Maximum duration: 5 years from the course start date

Pattern of attendance

Full-time: Monday through Saturday, 3 modules in one semester

Mode of Delivery:

This programme will be taught at MDIS Tashkent by MDIS and Bangor University approved lecturers

Programme Type:

This is a programme that is offered as an evening and day programme and can be completed in three years. The programme has eighteen modules, six in each year of the three year study. 

Location(s) at which programme is delivered: 

MDIS Tashkent Campus

Main educational aims of the programme:

  • To get a deeper understanding of banking and finance by examining policy instruments, the dichotomy between business theory and practice;
  • Provide participants with route forward to develop their career within the banking and finance sector and for individuals who wish to work in this area;
  • Equips participants with the ability to apply knowledge to practical problems in business with the view to enhance originality and contribution to business world;
  • Understand the ‘real world through the use of relevant data, information and varied assessment methods.

 

MODULE INFORMATION 

YEAR 1 – COMMON MODULES FOR ALL BANGOR UNIVERSITY BSC SCHEMES

Essentials of Economics (20 credits)
Accounting for Business (20 credits)
Business Information Systems (20 credits)
Principles of Organization and Management (20 credits)
Business Law (20 credits)
Statistical Methods (20 credits)
 

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting (20 credits)
Introduction to Finance (20 credits)
Business Research Methods (20 credits)
Financial Markets and Institution (20 credits)
Corporate Finance (20 credits)
Macroeconomics (20 credits)
 

YEAR 3

International Finance  (20 credits)
Fixed Income Analysis (20 credits)
Bank Management  (20 credits)
International Banking (20 credits)
Risk Management in Financial Institution   (20 credits)
Investment Banking    (20 credits)