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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
MBA5131 Global Business Environment 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Business Administration - No
The course objectives are to develop a good grounding in macroeconomic concepts and tools to answer for world economic growth and related questions. The course includes monetary policy; why crises occur and how to manage these crises; long run macroeconomic issues. The implications of this analysis is for business decision-making and long-term economic growth.
MOF5002 Financial Management and Firm Value 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
In this course, students will learn the fundamental theories and practices that should be equipped by corporate managers for effective financial decision making. Topics to be covered include the concept and estimation of cash flows, time value of money, interest rate calculation, valuation of stocks and bonds, capital budgeting, cost of capital, capital structure, and financial case analysis.
MOF5005 Market and Price 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course introduces basic microeconomic theories including the concepts of demand and supply, price elasticity, utility and oligopoly. The basic game theory is also touched.
MOF5006 Analysis of Economic Indicators 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course introduces basic theories on macro economics including aggregate demand, aggregate supply, short-term and long-term equilibrium, fiscal policy, and monetary policy. It also deals with interpretation and analysis of macro economic indicators.
MOF5007 Security Markets and Investment Analysis 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course helps students understand security markets and security investment. The topics covered in the course are the importance and roles of security markets, different types of securities, security trading, basics of bonds and stocks, risk and return, utility, portfolio theory, capital asset pricing model, arbitrage pricing theory, Fama-French 3 factor model, market efficiency, and behavioral finance.
MOF5008 Strategic Financial Institutions Management 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course covers theories and practices of financial intermediation. Covered in the course are topics including the roles and structures of financial markets, various types of financial intermediaries (e.g., commercial banks, investment banks, stock brokerage firms and fund companies, insurance firms, and credit card firms) as well as management of these firms (liquidity management, interest rate risk, credit risk etc.).
MOF5009 Organizational Behavior and Human Resources 1.5 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course covers Organizational Behavior(OB) topics such as motivation, decision making, communication, conflict and leadership. And we also deal with performance evaluation, compensation and human resource development.
MOF5010 Organization Theory and Design 1.5 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course focuses on how organizations adapt to the changing environments and how they survive and prosper under the specific environmental contingencies. The topics include the relationships between the organizations and their environments, organizational structure, organizational adaptation to the environments and innovation.
MOF5011 Derivative Securities 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
In this course, students learn the types, roles, trading, and pricing of derivative securities, which are important and critical parts of modern securities trading. Topics include forwards, futures, options, hedging with various derivatives, option pricing, swap, and credit derivatives.
MOF5012 Accounting Theory and Application 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course is about the fundamental theories and applications of cost accounting and financial accounting. Specifically, topics such as the concept of cost and its classification, individual and aggregate cost accounting, the role of financial accounting, practices of financial accounting, and appraisal. Special attention is paid to IFRS.
MOF5013 Financial Risk Management 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course is about the analysis and management of financial risks. More specifically, its contents include the introduction of risk management, understanding and management of interest rate risk, exchange risk, hedging of financial risks with derivatives, Basel I, II, and III, market risk, model risk, credit risk, liquidity risk. The course also covers the evaluation and management of operational risk.
MOF5016 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 1.5 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course covers business ethics as well as corporate governance. Main topics include general issues in business ethics, stakeholder management, socially responsible investments, financial crisis, theories and practices of corporate governance with particular focus on governance in financial firms.
MOF5017 Valuation: Theory and Application 1.5 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course deals with various theories and application techniques of valuation. Such topics as discount rate estimation, cash flow projection, the dividend discount model, free cash flow approapch of valuation, price multiples including PER and PBR, option pricing and valuation, and EVA will be introduced.
MOF5021 Finance Marketing Strategy 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course covers the development, implementation, and evaluation of marketing strategies, database marketing using "big data," finance marketing dealing with the development of financial products and finding consumers. A project to develop a new financial product will be carried out in this course.
MOF5022 Strategic Management and Value Creation 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Finance - No
This course covers theories and applications of strategic management for value creation. Main topics that are covered in the course include strategic management dealing with analysis of internal and external environment, business strategies such as differentiation, cost leadership, and innovation. Also covered are M&A strategy, global business strategy, and relevant cases.