Course Content

Syllabus Summarize

First Syllabus

Foundation to currency trading

This course provides an introduction to the basic concept and principles of finance, the material to be covered will include financial markets and institutions, investments and managerial finance. The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the basic principles of finance. These principles are the basic knowledge for either a career in corporate finance or further education in the areas of investment, real estate, banking and insurance. It is an excellent primer for non-finance majors to familiarise themselves with the world of finance.

After complting the course, students will be able to apply these concepts and most importantly be able to think logically and systematically in financial terms.

Course Contents

  1. An overview financial management
  2. Interest rates and implications
  3. Bonds and their valuations
  4. Financial markets and institutions
  5. Risk and rate of return
  6. Financial statements, cash flows and taxes
  7. Analysis of financial statements
  8. Stock and their valuation
  9. Time value of money
  10. Cost of capital

Mode of Presentation
This course provides an introduction to the basic concept and principles of finance, the material to be covered will include financial markets and institutions, investments and managerial finance. The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the basic principles of finance. These principles are the basic knowledge for either a career in corporate finance or further education in the areas of investment, real estate, banking and insurance. It is an excellent primer for non-finance majors to familiarise themselves with the world of finance.

After complting the course, students will be able to apply these concepts and most importantly be able to think logically and systematically in financial terms.

Second Syllabus

Forex financial fundamental

Mode of Presentation
The normal mode of study would be of a blended nature with face to face introduction ollowed by online presentation

Course Contents

  1. Introduction to Accounting
  2. The Accounting System
  3. Income Measurement and the Accounting Cycle
  4. Cash Receivables and Control
  5. Inventory
  6. Capital Expenditure, Assets and Goodwill
  7. Current Liabilities
  8. Corporate and Partnership Equity
  9. Final Accounts
  10. Analysis and Interpretation

This course provides students with the opportunity to explore basic accounting systems, processes, and the resulting financial statements. Additionally, the students will closely examine accounting rules, procedures, and controls that are applicable to cash, receivables, and inventory. Included in this program is accounting for investments in long-term productive assets. This curriculum provides a thorough introduction to financial accounting as well as enables one to interpret financial statements.

The obiective of this course is to prepare students to understand the ‘how, what and why’ of accounting. With this foundation, students would be able to prepare accounting statements and subsequently analyse the implications of the figures presented therein.

Third Syllabus

Market Management

This course will provide students with an introduction to financial market and an evaluation of the institutions, instruments and participants involved in the industry. The mainstream markets to be evaluated include the equity, money, bond, futures, options and forex markets. The subject systematically reviews each of the mainstream financial markets and investigates the various institutional participants and the different types of financial instruments being offered.

The completion of the course, student will have current disciplinary and inter disciplinary knowledge applicable to local and global context. Beside that, student will have critical thinking and problem solving skills applicable to the business and subject matter issues. The student also will be an eftective communicator in a professional context and an effective team player with respect to the subiect requirements

Mode of Presentation
This module would be conducted in a blended mode, whereby students would receive both styles of knowledge dissemination i.e. face to face lectures from highly qualified lecturers as well as comprehensive online presentations.

Course Contents

  1. Overview of the financial system
  2. Regulation of financial institutions
  3. Non-bank financial institutions
  4. Equity markets
  5. Debt markets
  6. Interest determination
  7. Forex markets
  8. Derivatives markets
Forth Syllabus

Fintech and cryptocurrency

Mode of Presentation
This module will be partially taught via face to face lectures by highly qualified industry personnel. Subsequent to the face to face lectures would be comprehensive online notes to disseminate knowledge pertaining to cryptocurrency.

Course Contents

  1. Role of money
  2. History of money
  3. Digital money
  4. Nakamoto consensus
  5. Bitcoin protocols
  6. Overview of Altcoins
  7. Mining mechanics
  8. Blockchain' technology
  9. Legal aspects of virtual currency
  10. A peek into the future

This course explores the invincible march of technology and its implications on money. The notion of money being expressed in terms of notes and coins is fast becoming a fading legacy. Crotocurrency is said to be the future of the money. This course looks at the role and functions of money followed by the history of money till the advent of cryptocurrency.

After completing the course, students will have an understanding of the role and functions of money and able to trace the history of money. Beside that, student will understand that money is not synonymous with notes and coins. Student will know the trend of money. In more detail, student will understand the advent and applicability of cryptocurrency

Fifth Syllabus

Forex portfolio management

This course offers an introductory overview of the operations of the foreign exchange markets. Ever since trade became international, the foreign exchange market became operational to cater for the buying and selling of difterent currencies patronize by different countries.

With the completion of the course, student will understand the concept of foreign exchange. Hence, student does not only understand the need for and the enormity of this market, but also the appreciation of the level of liquidity offered by this market. With this course, student will be able to manage the risk ssociated with forex transactions and know the tools available to mitigate the risks involved.

Mode of Presentation
This module would be conducted in a blended mode, whereby students would receive both styles of knowledge dissemination i.e. face to face lectures from highly qualified lecturers as well as comprehensive online presentations.

Course Contents

  1. Overview of the financial system
  2. Regulation of financial institutions
  3. Non-bank financial institutions
  4. Equity markets
  5. Debt markets
  6. Interest determination
  7. Forex markets
  8. Derivatives markets
Sixth Syllabus

Applied financial economics

Mode of Presentation
A blended mode of presentation would be applied in the teaching of this module. Under this approach, students would receive face to face as well as online instructions and guidance.

Course Contents

  1. Supply and Demand Dynamics
  2. Market Equilibrium. Elasticities and Government Intervention
  3. Consumer Behaviour
  4. Theory of the Firm, Production and Cost
  5. Analysis of Specific Markets, Perfect Competition and Monopoly
  6. Macroeconomic Factors and Market Behaviour
  7. Internationally Economics and Financial Markets

This course introduces the concepts of economic theory to the students pursuing a finance discipline. It is a subject of "principles” of economics where students are initiated into the basics that will be used later in other subjects with economic content. Specifically, the course describes the essential elements of microeconomics and macroeconomics from a theoretical and analytical point of view. The focus of the course is very practical. The theoretical content is to be applied in the form of exercises, analyzing charts, as well as other activities.

With this course, student will gain the ability to identify economic concepts into market economies. Beside that, student will understand the basics of behaviour of economic agents in different competitive environments and know the access of economic dimensions under varying scenarios and analysis the interaction between them. Understand the behaviour of the market and the logic of the ‘invisible hand’ that regulates both static and dynamic perspectives.