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The Banking & Finance Department provides contemporary knowledge and professional skills that will enable students to succeed in a variety of jobs in banking sector as well as in other financial institutions. Through various courses of banking and finance delivered both at domestic and international levels, students will acquire all the necessary concepts, principles and skills which should allow them not only to obtain positions in local financial markets and institutions but also in international ones. The graduates of this programme may also continue their academic studies by proceeding with a master’s degree in Banking and Finance or in a related field of study.

The courses of the programme aim to establish a firm knowledge in business and banking & finance; educate students with a good command in written and oral English and build strong communication skills much necessary in the local and global financial world. The programme’s duration is eight semesters and during this period each student is expected to fullfil a thirty calendar day internship at a financial organization approved by the Faculty so as to be able to acquire some limited practical knowledge in his/her chosen area of interest.

The four-year BSc programme in Banking and Finance is a structurally well-balanced programme requiring the completion of forty four courses equivalent to 132 credit hours. In the first two years of the programme, students are equipped with a strong foundation in the fundamental concepts of business management, business law, computer applications, accounting, economics and statistics. Upon this foundation, the students of banking and finance department continue to build a more thorough knowledge in business finance, international finance, commercial bank management, international banking, more advanced accounting concepts and management information systems in their last two years of study. Students’ knowledge is also broadened with three departmental and four non-departmental elective courses all of which are encapsulated within the four-year programme.

Throughout their study, students can utilize computing facilities equipped with state-of -the-art personal computers, high-speed internet access and students can also reach university’s library sources (cybrary) as well as external electronic databases such as ABI Inform, EBSCO Business Source Complete, EBSCO Regional Business News and EBSCO Master File Premier much required in business research and project and thesis preparation.


The Banking and Finance Department Outcomes

1.      Develop critical and strategic thinking, improve analytic skills and techniques, and enhance effective decision-making

2.      Demonstrate ability for team-working, collaboration and leadership

3.      Understand social and legal issues both within local and global environments

4.      Acquire proficiency in English and utilize effective communication skills

5.      Gain IT skills which are conducive for research using various resources and databases

6.      Put knowledge acquired into practical experience through on-site internship(s) before graduation

7.      Gain ethical consciousness and behavior required by the finance discipline

8.      Possess the  knowledge and skills required in the management of commercial banks  and financial institutions  

9.      Analyze financial statements of the institutions mentioned above andevaluate  their performance with respect to profitability, liquidity, activity, risk and solvency

10.   Review and utilize interest rate concepts and theories, asset pricing and security valuation models as they apply to the financial decision-making processes in a managerial position in banking and finance

11.   Analyze credits and their terms and conditions as they pertain to evaluation of agricultural, commercial, consumer and real estate loan applications

12.  Analyze and select the types of securities that businesses acquire for their short and long term investment portfolios

13.  Analyze, evaluate and select investment projects in addition to making sound capital budget decisions

14.  Demonstrate the knowledge and managerial skills required in international banking and finance through use of hedging, speculation, swaps, futures, options, leasing, factoring and forfeiting

15.  Review and analyze various cases, scenarios or actual situations and make sound decisions in the sector

ECON101 Intro. to Economics I 3 0 3 0
COMP103 Computer Applications l 3 0 3 0
SOCY100 Sociology 3 0 3 0
MAT101 Business Mathematics I 3 0 3 0
EGL101 Development of Reading Skills 3 0 3 0
NH001 National History 0 0 0 0
TFL101 Turkish as a Foreign Language I (for non-natives) 0 0 0 0
Toplam 15 0

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Banking & Finance Electives:

                          BUS422     (3,0)3            Project Evaluation and Investment Management

BUS425     (3,0)3            Portfolio Theory & Management

BUS426     (3,0)3            Financial Institutions & Markets

BUS438     (3,0)3            Financial Derivatives in Corporate Decision-Making

BUS445     (3,0)3            Workshop in Export and Import

BUS447     (3,0)3            Comperative Banking Regulations

BUS464     (3,0)3            Accounting for Banks

BUS465     (3,0)3            Special Topics in Finance

BUS213     (3,0)3            Business Ethics


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Accounting Electives:

BUS417     (3,0)3            Advanced Accounting

BUS428     (3,0)3            International Accounting

BUS429     (3,0)3            Comparative Accounting Standards

BUS460     (3,0)3            Budgeting Systems & Control

BUS461     (3,0)3            Accounting Software Applications


Business Management Electives:


BUS406     (3,0)3            Insurance & Risk Management

BUS407     (3,0)3            Innovation & Entrepreneurship

BUS408     (3,0)3            Non-Governmental Organizations

BUS409     (3,0)3            Corporate Governance & Family Business

BUS418     (3,0)3            Small Business Seminar

BUS419     (3,0)3            Research Methods in Business

BUS420     (3,0)3            Contemporary Issues in Business

BUS430     (3,0)3            Supply Chain Management

BUS444     (3,0)3            Cross Cultural Studies in Organizations

BUS452     (3,0)3            Advertising and Promotion Management

BUS454     (3,0)3            Logistic Management

BUS462     (3,0)3            Leadership and Organizational Culture



Service  Courses:

                (3,0)3            Language Elective I

                (3,0)3            Language Elective 2