Banking and Finance are related to the management of money and financial instruments in an economy. Their activities range from managing the circulation of monies, the decision making of investment, the granting of credit, the acquisition of capital, the provision of banking facilities and the management of financial institutions and financial systems.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) Banking and Finance is developed to train students not only on the different operational aspects of a business entity but also to equip students with specialised banking and finance knowledge and skills.
In addition, students practice with an industrial relevant tool such as Statistical Analysis System (SAS) for business analytics and intelligence, data management and predictive analytics. The combination of operational efficiency and expertise in banking and finance coupled with ability in the industrial relevant tool is a qualification that is highly sought after by many employers other than those in the banking and finance sector.
Graduates of the Banking and Finance degree programme will be given certain exemptions from the professional examinations of AICB, ACCA, ICSA, MACS and FPAM. UTAR's Banking and Finance are also recognised by Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Programme which provides an additional professional pathway for our students to engage in investment careers.
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) Banking and Finance
3 years (Full-time)
January, May, October
Total Programme Fees:
RM56,550 - RM59,250
Medium of Instruction:
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- Financial Sector Corporate Governance and Market Surveillance Manager
- Bank Credit Analyst
- Personnel Financial Planner
- Hedge Fund Manager
- Portfolio Investment Manager
- Business and Financial Analyst
- Financial Analyst
- Investment Banking Analyst
- Investment Performance Measurement Analyst
The UTAR Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) Banking and Finance is recognised by the following organisations.
- Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB)
- Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM)
- Malaysian Association of Company Secretaries (MACS)
- The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
- The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA)
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