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Global finance and Banking

Global Finance and Banking

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Course Description

* Academic Year
BUS2101 Financial Management
The course objective is to understand the basic principle of finance and give you the big picture of corporate finance. The topics in this course will help you to better manage your future professional career whether in finance, marketing or operations.
BUS3101 Investments
This course helps students as the future investors in the securities market understand securities investments easily and accurately, as well as learn the basics required for portfolio investment counselor certification.
CBA1102 Principles of Business Administration
CBA1103 Economics
CBA1106 Principles of Accounting
CBA1201 Mathematics for Finance
This course is designed for freshman students to understand mathematical subjects to the study of finance, economics and business. We will learn about important mathematical foundations such as set, function, linear algebra, limits, derivatives, integrations, exponential and logarithmic functions, partial derivatives, and optimal problems.
CBA1202 Financial Statistics
GEB1107 English Communication: Pre-Intermediate
This course is a Pre-intermediate level English course for the 1st year students. It is designed to improve students’ communication skills in English in the academic settings.
GEB1108 English Communication: Intermediate
This course is an intermediate level English course for the 1st year students. It is designed to improve students’ communication skills in English in the academic settings.
GEB1109 English Communication: Advanced
This course is an advance level English course for the 1st year students. It is designed to improve students’ communication skills in English in the academic settings.
GEB1111 Inha Freshman Seminar
This seminar is a required course for all freshmen. It is designed to support a successful transition to campus life and provide an opportunity for freshmen to understand their aptitude and potential, and to set academic and career goals. This course focuses on the university’s philosophy and vision, campus life, curriculum and specific features of chosen academic fields, and provides students with the tools for academic success.
GEB1113 Crossover Course 2: Natural Sciences and Computer Science
The series of crossover courses is planned to offer underclassmen the opportunity to explore other academic fields. This course is designed for humanities and social science students with a focus on natural sciences including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and computer science. This course provides students with knowledge and insight into how science and technology impacts our lives and influences our future.
GEB1114 Crossover Course 3: Economics, Business and Law
The series of crossover courses is planned to offer underclassmen the opportunity to explore other academic fields. This course is open to students across all departments with a focus on economics, business and law. This course provides students with the skills and knowledge to become an active member of society and to participate in a professional community.
GEB1125 Writing and Discussion in the Social Sciences and Humanities
This class will study basic abilities about reading, speaking, and writing. It also intends to cultivate students as cultured people, who have integrated thought capabilities, to learn practical discussion.
GEB1131 Common Chinese Character
This class will study practical Chinese character to meet present-day needs and to develop knowledge as cultured person.
GEB1201 Practical English : Listening and Speaking
The aim of this English listening and speaking course is to challenge students to consider present-day questions in modern society. Students will have many opportunities to improve all areas of their English language skills on the intermediate level.
GEB1202 Practical English: Reading and Writing
The course aims to give English learners practical knowledge of English to help them to adapt to the real work environment. Handsome knowledge of vocabulary, correct use of English language (grammar), understanding of audio-visual materials as well as reading contents, and the ability to write different types of documents or essays are needed to make the goal a real thing. Besides, it aims to help English learners to function properly and actively in the business world in terms of communication.
GEB1203 Advanced College English
This course is an upper-intermediate level English course for the 2nd year students. It is designed to improve students’ proficiency in English so that they can communicate in English based on what they read on various topics.
GFB2101 Microeconomics
GFB2102 Macroeconomics
GFB2103 Business English 1
GFB2104 Business English 2
GFB2201 Introductory Econometrics for Finance
This course is designed to give students an understanding of why econometrics is necessary, and to provide them with a working knowledge of basic econometric tools.
GFB2401 Financial Market
GFB3101 Practical English for Finance and Banking
GFB3102 Current Business Topics
GFB3103 Understanding of Financial Services
GFB3104 Seminar in Finance and Economy (Problem Solving)
GFB3201 Financial Derivatives
This course introduces the theoretical and practical aspects of financial futures, options, and other derivatives. We will learn structures of the derivatives market, hedging strategies, interest rates as an underlying asset for derivatives, pricing of options, and so on.
GFB3202 Financial Time Series Analysis
GFB3203 Financial Engineering
GFB3204 Computer Programming
GFB3301 Valuation
GFB3302 Risk Management
GFB3401 Financial Institution Management
GFB3402 Financial Laws and Systems
GFB3403 Money and Banking
GFB3404 Analysis of Stock and Fixed income securities
GFB3405 International Finance and Banking
GFB4101 Financial Information DB Practice
GFB4102 Financial Ethics
GFB4201 Actuarial Science
GFB4301 Asset Management
GFB4401 Insurance
GFB4402 Investment Banking
GFB4403 Understanding of Real Estate Finance
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