Department of Banking & Finance

The Department of Banking and Finance offers a rewarding undergraduate degree that will equip you with the i ntellectual skills you need to work in the dynamic, fast-changing financial services sector. The courses offered are very popular with the undergraduate students because they offer a solid foundation for the students’ future careers in Banking and Finance Organisations.

Finance helps businesses and individuals make the most of financial markets, successfully raise capital, manage risk, grow assets, and serve the diverse financial needs of shareholders, customers, partners, and employees. Finance professionals know the answers to these fortune-building questions and more.

Why earn your Banking and Finance Degree at All Nations University?

Business case studies provide students with real life scenarios of business decisions happening in every class. Small class sizes foster close and healthy student-professor relationships. Faculty typically have doctorates or significant industrial experience. Lectures and labs are taught by professors and assisted by graduate students. The diverse and broad-based education includes a strong design emphasis and practical experience. Every student works on a team to complete a two-semester capstone design project. Students have the opportunity to work with faculty on undergraduate research projects.

Finance helps businesses and individuals make the most of financial markets, successfully raise capital, manage risk, grow assets, and serve the diverse financial needs of shareholders, customers, partners, and employees. Finance professionals know the answers to these fortune-building questions and more.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Department of Banking and Finance have excellent job opportunities in private financial institutions as well as in key government ministries and agencies, including banks and finance firms.
An emphasis in finance prepares you for careers in commercial banking, corporate finance, financial planning, real estate, insurance, investment banking, or money management. You will learn how to analyze financial information to produce forecasts of business, industry and economic conditions for use in making investment decisions.

Typical Finance Careers include: appraiser, budget analyst, commodity trader, controller, financial planner, investment banker, portfolio analyst, audit manager, bank manager, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, commodity trader, consumer banker and others.

Why study Banking and Finance?

Academic abilities are important in financial decision-making as they help cultivate professional judgment of new developments in finance. As such the programme emphasizes both theoretical as well as practical applications of finance in a global context. A graduate in our graduate of Banking and Finance programme possesses a high degree of financial knowledge and skill.
You will learn financial theories (including portfolio theory, corporate finance theories, and financial management) and their applications, econometrics and financial modelling and their applications, financial institutions in a global context, and using financial information in the decision-making process.

Students are taught by committed full-time and part-time faculty members, all of whom are engaged in innovative international financial research. Whilst the programme provides students with a robust grounding in finance, the curriculum also encourages critical thinking and ethical behavior.