WE07 - Bachelor of Finance (Hons.)
This program aims to produce professionals with analytical thinking; who are able to work in groups and have the constant desire to compete internationally in the fields of finance and business. The courses will provide theoretical and practical understanding of finance and business, in which focus is given to theories related to financial systems and instruments, operations, corporate structure and control, funding sources, competitions, strategic management, and investment mechanism at national and international levels. In addition, this program will also equip students with an understanding on international financial institutions operations, international business agreements, and behaviour of corporations including transnational and multinationals corporations.
Financial Accountant, Management Accountant, Cost Accountant, Auditors, Tax Analysts, Tax Planning Executives, Loan Officers, Debt Planners, Actuary, Budget Analysts, Debt Counselors, Financial Analysts, Insurance Account Managers, Tax Inspectors, Revenue Agents, Forensic Accountant, Tax Auditors, Payroll Analyst, Cost Accounting Director, Investment Accountant, Foreign Exchange Analyst, Public Accounting Practices (you need to be a Chartered Accountant member to be eligible for these public practice profiles), Chartered Accountant (you can either join or establish your own CA consulting services firm if you're a formally qualified CA), Accounts Research Analyst, Financial and Equity Researcher, Lecturer of Accounting, Government Accountant, and Stock Market Executives.