Bsc Banking and Finance Programme

Persons can register for up to three (3) of the following courses.

Delivery of the courses is done online along with web- conferencing. Participants who successfully complete courses will receive a Certificate of Accomplishment along with credit towards the B Sc Degree in Banking and Finance.

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Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

The basic principles of financial management and their application to a broad variety of managerial issues including analysis of financial statements, financial planning and forecasting.

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

This course examines modern finance techniques as applied to the management of commercial banks, managing risk and return trade-offs, and the integration of “market thinking” in financial management.

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Topics include identifying risks for different types of financial institutions, including loan portfolio management and evaluation and the techniques used to manage these risks

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Is designed to expose students to the various forms and techniques of written, oral and interpersonal communication in business and management.

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Provides a sound theoretical foundation for understanding the dynamics of entrepreneurial start-ups, or successfully negotiating the vagaries of business conditions that continuously impact the fortunes of established businesses.

 

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Aims at developing an integrated and comprehensive approach to understanding and creating financial solutions in the core areas of Trust and Wealth Management.

 

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Is designed to develop an understanding of the economics of financial markets, along with methods of economic analysis and corporate finance.

 

Price: US 425.00

University of the West Indies

Covers the principles and practices of business lending, credit monitoring, borrowing requirements and effective management of risks associated with broadening of lending facilities.