Information technology has
impacted banking operations and business substantially. It gives an
introduction to ethics, customer service, the knowledge, skills and attitude of
every banker needs to know in banking industry. Facilities such as internet
banking, ATMs, mobile banking etc. are being used for serving customers. As
banks adopt technology to meet challenges of customer service, the bank staff
has to be technically competent. The module gives the bankers to face the
challenges arising in advanced banking technology. It covers introduction electronic
banking, electronic banking in practice, security in electronic banking and
internet banking products.
The unit aims provide a thorough knowledge of accounting theory and practice in all areas identified for this course. At the same time you will cultivate personal skills and attributes essential for discharging financial reporting responsibility at a professional level. The financial reporting process is tightly constrained by law and pseudo-legal “standards” that provide guidance to the preparers of the accounts. This unit examines the financial reporting process and the primary vehicle to achieve this is the construction and interpretation of single entity and consolidated financial statements.
This unit provides communicative approach addressing Academic English four skills to support individual's English proficiency. The pedagogy will utilize several instructional methods, emphasizing cooperative and collaborative interactive learning, as language is largely a social dynamic.
The statistical methods are powerful tools in solving organizational problems for Business managers. The aim of this unit is to provide a good understanding of statistical methods and to identify and control the level of uncertainty in the managerial environment. Statistical analysis allows businesses to measure the performance of a business and identify trends. Also, to make sound judgments, knowing their decisions are based on data and not on assumptions. Statistics helps businesses to plan better and make predictions about the road ahead.
This module will cover the nature of management accounting, the behavior of costs, full costs and their uses, additional aspects of product costing, standard costs, variable costing systems, quality costs, and joint costs and management accounting system design. It is the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the organization. It is usually confidential and used by management in order to make business plans, implementation and to be able to control the organization's strategy and plan.
It teaches the overview of
financial system, money banking and financial markets. It gives the
understanding of interest rates, behaviors of interest rates, the risk and term
structure of interest rates, the stock markets, the banking the management of
financial institutions, financial crises, the central banks and federal reserve
system, the structure and competition of banking industry.
This module gives the required knowledge and techniques for financial management. The primary objectives of financial management are to create wealth for the business, generate income, and return on investment base on the risk and resources investment. It also covers principles of the consumption and investment with and without capital markets, introduction to capital budgeting and valuation, risk and return and asset pricing models.