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HE07-FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

 

The aim of the programme is to produce graduates equipped with the knowledge and skills in financial economics especially in financial markets. The graduates will be able to analyse financial economics problems with the use of computer softwares. The courses offered in this programme include financial economics, international financial economics, money and banking, technical financial economics, applied financial econometrics, corporate financial economics, Islamic financial economics, public finance and offshore financial economics.

 

.: CAREER PROSPECTS

Graduates has the opportunity for an employment in financial institution such as insurance companies, and mutual funds, corporate finance, brokerage firms, and public sector.

 

.: ACADEMICIANS

1.Associate Professor. Dr. Wong Hock Tsen 

2. Associate Professor. Dr. Caroline Geetha A/P B. Arokiadasan 

3. Dr. Mori Kogid 

4. Kok Sook Ching 2Emily 

5. Dr. Rafiq Idris 

6. Dayangku Aslinah Abdul Rahim 

 

.: PROGRAMME

 

HE07 Financial Economics

 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

 

YEAR 3

 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3                    Semester 4

Semester 5

Semester 6

UNIVERSITY CORE (PPIB)

(10 credit hours)

UW00102

Ethnic Relations

UC00302

Negotiation Skills

 

International Students: UM00102

Bahasa Melayu Aras I UC00XX2 PPIB

UW00202 TITAS UE00202

Work Ethnics for Professional UK00402

Study Skills and Technique

 

International Students: UM00XX2

Bahasa Melayu Aras II UE00XX2 PPIB UK00XX2 PPIB

 

 

 

 

UNIVERSITY CORE (LANGUAGE)

(8 credit hours)

MUET 1, 2:

UB00102

Communicative English Grammar MUET 3, 4, 5 or 6: UB00402

Academic Reading and Writing / UB00502

English for Research Purpose / UB00602

Grammar in Context

MUET 1, 2:

UB00202

Oral Communication In English

MUET 3, 4, 5 or 6:

Foreign Language

MUET 1, 2:

UB00302

Reading & Writing In English

MUET 3, 4, 5 or 6:

Foreign Language

MUET 1, 2:

UB00702

English For Occupational Purpose

MUET 3, 4, 5 or 6:

Foreign Language

 

 

UNIVERSITY CORE (CO-CURRICULUM)

(3 credit hours)

ECXXXX3

Co-Curriculum

 

 

 

 

 

FACULTY CORE

(51 credit hours)

BT10203

Microeconomics I

BT12303

Management

BT12003

Marketing

BT11803

Mathematical Economics

BT11703

Macroeconomics I

BT10403

Statistics for Business and Economics BT11903

Corporate Communication

T22B003

Entrepreneurship

BT22203

Econometrics

BT21703

Microeconomics II

BT12203

Business Accounting

BT21003

International Economics BT21603

Research Methodology BT21803

Macroeconomics II

BT22403

Managerial Economics

BT12103

Financial Management

BT22103

Business Information System

 

CORE PROGRAMME

(12 credit hours)

 

 

BF20103

Financial Economics I

 

BF30403

International Financial Economics BF30603

Financial Economics II

BF31403

Applied Financial Econometrics

 

COMPULSORY PROGRAMME ELECTIVES

(21 credit hours)

 

 

BF20603

Public Finance

BF20703

Techical Financial Economics

BF31503

Corparate Financial Economics

BF30303

Money and Banking

BF30703

Islamic Financial Economics BF31203

Financial Economics Seminar

BF31303

Offshore Financial Economics

IBERAL ELECTIVES

(9 credit hours)

 

 

 

 

2 Courses

(6 credit hours)

1 Course

(3 credit hours)

PRACTICUM/ ACADEMIC EXERCISE

(6 credit hours)

 

 

 

 

 

BF30006

Practical Training

Or

BF30106

Academic Exercise

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

(120 credit hours)

 

21

 

17

 

20

 

20

 

21

21