Bachelor in Money, Banking and Finance

OVERVIEW

Bachelor of Money, Banking and Finance program is designed to provide graduates with high-level skills in both the specialized field of banking and finance and the general field of business management.

Admission Requierements
Tunisian or French Baccalaureate or an equivalent degree; Admission tests administered by APBS.

Skills Acquired
Graduates will be capable of pursuing careers in the banking and finance industry and a wide range of business fields.

Professional perspectives
Build skills and knowledge for a career in areas such as banking & financial services, funds management, treasury, financial markets and wealth management.

Further Studies
Master of science in  Finance, MBA.

Business Core Foundation Courses

Semester 1

  • Principles of economy
  • Stories of economic facts
  • Financial accounting
  • Management principles
  • Mathematics 1: Analysis
  • Professional writing
  • Business english
  • Law for Non-Lawyers 1
  • C2I

 Semester 2

  • Micro-economics 1
  • Macro-economics 1
  • Introduction to Law
  • Mathematics 2: Algebra
  • Descriptive statistics and probability
  • Communication techniques : Professional Presentations
  • Comparative banking 1
  • Business english
  • C2I 2

Semester 3

  • Micro-economics 2
  • Macro-economics 2
  • Accounting management
  • Financial management
  • Probability theory
  • Comparative banking 2
  • Information and communication
  • Business english
  • Entrepreneurship 1

Semester 4

  • Monetary economics
  • International business
  • Financial company diagnostics
  • Financial products and markets
  • Inferential statistics
  • Optimization techniques
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Information technology IT
  • Business English
  • Entrepreneurship 2

Major Courses

Semester 5

  • Growth and fluctuation
  • International financial
  • Monetary macroeconomics
  • Portfolio management
  • Bank and insurance economy
  • Econometrics 1
  • Plan, Organize & Manage a Research Project
  • Information technology (IT) 2
  • Business English
  • Techniques of expression and communication

 Semester 6

  • Public economy
  • History of economic thought
  • Financial and actuarial techniques
  • Financial institutions law
  • Operational research
  • Econometrics 2
  • Business games
  • Scientific methods in management
  • Business English
  • Software
  • Thesis