1. Program Objectives:

- The Banking and Finance Training Program at Tan Tao University provides Bachelor of Science in Finance and Banking for students those who had good ethics, well thinking ability and full of necessary skills for researching, analyzing, planning, problem solving, decision making for the work of business, leadership, and effective management in the field of Finance and Banking.

- Finance and Banking major is a specialized field including corporate finance, public finance, and banking. So, the school's training objective is to equip and enhance the general knowledge of Finance and Banking covering all of three aspects above through professional knowledge blocks (basic knowledge and key industry knowledge).

- Each student may choose to in-depth study through a number of electives to acquire some specialized knowledge in corporate finance, public finance or banking. The difference, however, is not that great because the three specializations mentioned above are based on common ground, and between these specialties there is mutually complementary knowledge. On the other hand, this difference is too great for students to easily adapt to the multifaceted of working environment, or to take another field after graduation due to the demands of work.

  1. General Degree Requirements:

2.1. General Knowledge about Society and Economy:

- Have a basic knowledge of natural sciences as the fundamental knowledge for the acquisition of knowledge of the finance and banking industry;

- Have basic knowledge of social sciences as the fundamental knowledge acquisition of the banking and finance industry.

2.2. In-depth Expertise in Finance and Banking:

- Having enough knowledge to systematize, synthesize and apply theories on financial market, financial investment, financial management;

- Have enough knowledge to systematize, synthesize and apply theories about fiscal policy, public policy, state budget management;

- Ability to systematize, synthesize and apply theories of monetary policy, central bank.

2.3. Professional Practice Skills Including Analytical, Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills in Finance and Banking:

- Demonstrate practical skills, make good use of technology and tools to operate, plan and solve problems related to fiscal and monetary policies;

- Practical skills, good use of technology and tools to solve problems related to state budget management, public investment management, public expenditure management, managing capital, international banking ...

2.4. Creative Thinking Skills and Research Ability:

- Have the skills to search, and collect data, as well as master the tools for research, calculation, problem identification, synthesis, evaluation, problem solving and decision making;

- Ability to synthesize and systematize highly logical and problem-solving, planning, organizing creatively professional work;

- Ability to work independently and critical thinking;

- Ability to plan and organize work effectively.

2.5. Communication Skills:

- Have the skills to interpret the issues of listening, speaking, reading and writing in English; Have effective presentation skills in front of the crowd;

- Have negotiation skills.

2.6. Teamwork, Collaboration Skills:

- Have the skills to listen with critical thinking, behavioral skills and relationships;

- Demonstrated spirit of cooperation, teamwork skills. Demonstrated spirit of willing to learn and ability to use new technology.

  1. Career Opportunities:

- With the scientifically developed of highly output standards for the vision, mission and training objectives of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, graduates of the Finance and Banking major are fully qualified in ethics, knowledge, skills and health to undertake difficult works, and become a specialist in the finance and banking industry.

- Finance and Banking graduates have the opportunity to work in all three specific majors: corporate finance (investment banking, securities companies, fund management companies, insurance companies, non-financial, state management agencies in the field of securities, insurance, investment, etc.); Public finance (state management agencies in the public sector, financial departments, state treasuries, tax offices, etc.) and banks (international financial institutions such as IMF, WB, ADB, Commercial vehicles, financial leasing companies, debt purchase companies, etc.) with a variety of professional positions from brokers, stock analysts, investment analysts, portfolio managers. Private equity, investment fund management, financial management in non-financial enterprises, credit management, capital management.

  1. Duration Time: 4 years.
  2. Total Credits Requirements: 143 Credits
  • MoET Courses 23 Credits
  • Tân Tạo University Core Courses 30 Credits
  • SBE Core Courses 36 Credits
  • Concentration Courses (8/10 courses) 24 Credits
  • Elective Courses 24 Credits
  • Internship 06 Credits
  1. Finance and Banking Curriculum:
  2. General knowledge required by MoET: 5/5 Courses (23 credits)
Code Course Name Credits
MACL102 Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism 5
MACL104 Ho Chi Minh Thought 2
MACL103 Revolution line of  Vietnam Communist Party 3
MACL105 Physical Education 5
MACL106 National Defense and Security Education 8

 

  1. Tân Tạo University Core Courses: 10/10 courses (30 credits)
Code Course Name Credits
HUM101 Writing and Ideas 3
HUM102 Culture and Literature 3
HIS101 Civilizations 3
HIS102 Modern Times 3
MATH101 Calculus I 3
ECON101 Microeconomics 3
ECON102 Macroeconomics 3
MGT101 Introduction to Management 3
MGT102 Leadership and Communication 3
PHYS101 Introductory Mechanics 3
CHEM101 Core Concepts in Chemistry 3

 

  • School of Business and Economics Core Requirements: 12 courses (36 credits)

 

Code Course Name Credits
SBE201 Marketing Management I 3
SBE202 Management Information System 3
SBE203 Statistics I 3
SBE204 Statistics II 3
SBE205 Law in Business 3
SBE206 Managerial Economics 3
SBE207 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
SBE208 Financial Accounting I 3
SBE209 Management Accounting I 3
SBE210 Organizational Behavior 3
SBE211 Financial Management I 3
SBE212 Finance and Global Economy 3

 

 

  1. Finance and Banking Major Concentration Portfolio: 08/10 Courses (24 credits)
Code Course Name Credits
FNB301 Financial Management II 3
FNB302 Money Credit & Banking 3
FNB303 Corporate Finance 3
FNB304 Word Financial Markets 3
FNB305 Corporate Treasury & Investments 3
FNB306 Corporate Valuations 3
FNB307 Project & Infrastructure Finance 3
FNB308 Financial Accounting II 3
FNB309 Management Accounting II 3
FNB310 International Accounting Standards & Disclosure 3

 

  1. Elective Courses: (Students can choose to study other major courses) 24 credits:

 

Code Course Name Credits
EL_SBE001 Audit 3
EL_SBE002 Vietnam Accounting Standards 3
EL_SBE003 Accounting Information System I 3
EL_SBE004 Accounting Information System II 3
EL_SBE005 Bank Accounting 3
EL_SBE006 International Clearing 3
EL_SBE007 Taxation 3
EL_SBE008 Financial Statements Analysis 3
EL_SBE009 Commercial banking 3
EL_SBE010 Appilied Informatics in Financial and Banking 3
EL_SBE011 Securities Analysis and Investment 3
EL_SBE012 Credit Appraisal 3
EL_SBE013 Analysis of Business Operations 3
EL_SBE014 Executive Administration 3
EL_SBE015 Strategic Management 3
EL_SBE016 SPSS 3
EL_SBE017 Quality Management 3
EL_SBE018 Risk Management 3
EL_SBE019 Applied IT in International Business 3
EL_SBE020 E-commerce 3
EL_SBE021 Foreign Trade 3
EL_SBE022 International Economy 3
EL_SBE023 Customs Operations 3
EL_SBE024 International Trade Law 3
EL_SBE025 Logistics, Transportation and Insurance in International Business 3

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE FOR DURATION OF 4 YEARS

No Code Course Name Learning Section Code Credits Section: study first (a), priority (b), study at the same time(c)
Semester 1 22  
Compulsory Section 19  
1 ECON101 Microeconomics ECON101 3 (3,0,6)  
2 HIS101 Civilizations HIS101 3 (3,0,6)  
3 MGT101 Introduction to Management MGT101 3 (3,0,6)  
4 SBE208 Financial Accounting I SBE208 3 (3,0,6)  
5 HUM101 Writing and Ideas HUM101 3 (3,0,6)  
6 MACL105 Physical Education I MACL105 1 (0,4,4)  
7 MATH101 Calculus I MATH101 3 (3,0,6)  
Non-compulsory Section

(Choose 1 from)

3  
1 PHYS101 Introductory to Mechanics PHYS101 3 (3,0,6)  
2 CHEM101 Core Concepts in Chemistry CHEM101 3 (3,0,6)  
Semester 2 23  
Compulsory Section 20  
1 HIS102 Modern Times HIS102 3 (3,0,6)  
2 ECON102 Macroeconomics ECON102 3 (3,0,6)  
3 SBE209 Management Accounting I SBE209 3 (3,0,6)  
4 HUM102 Culture and Literature HUM102 3 (3,0,6)  
5 SBE203 Statistics I SBE203 3 (3,0,6)  
6 MGT102 Leadership and Communication MGT102 3 (3,0,6)  
7 MACL105 (T1) Physical Education II MACL105 (T2) 2 (0,4,4)  
Non- Compulsory Section
(Choose 1 from)
3  
1 IBS309 Advanced Business Strategy IBS309 3 (3,0,6)  
2 IBS303 Labor Relation & International HRM (Human Resource Management) IBS303 3 (3,0,6)  
3 BSA302 Product Marketing BSA302 3 (3,0,6)  
Semester 3 ( Summer) 16  
Compulsory Section 16  
1 MACL102 Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism MACL102 5 (5,0,10)  
2 MACL103 Revolution line of  Vietnam Communist Party MACL103 3 (3,0,6)  
3 MACL104 Ho Chi Minh’s Ideology MACL104 2 (2,0,4)  
4 MACL105 (T2) Physical Education III MACL105 2 (0,2,2)  
5 MACL106 (P1) National Defense and

Security Education I

MACL106 (P1) 4 (1,6,8)  
Non-compulsory section 0  
Semester 4 21  
Compulsory Section 18  
1 FNB308 Financial Accounting II FNB308 3 (3,0,6) SBE208 (a)
2 FNB309 Management Accounting II FNB309 3 (3,0,6) SBE209 (a)
3 SBE202 Management Information System SBE202 3 (3,0,6)  
4 SBE206 Managerial Economics SBE206 3 (3,0,6)  
5 SBE204 Statistics II SBE204 3 (3,0,6) SBE203 (a)
6 SBE207 Intermediate Macroeconomics SBE207 3 (3,0,6)  
Non-compulsory Section
(Choose 1 from)
3

 

 
1 BSA307 Sales and Distribution Management MCS307 3 (3,0,6)  
2 ELSBE006 International Clearing EL_SBE006    
Semester 5 21  
Compulsory Section 18  
1 FNB310 International Accounting Standard & Disclosure FNA310 3 (3,0,6) FNB308 (a)
2 SBE201 Marketing Management I SBE201 3 (3,0,6)  
3 SBE211 Financial Management I SBE211 3 (3,0,6)  
4 SBE205 Law in Business SBE205 3 (3,0,6)  
5 SBE212 Finance and Global Economy SBE212 3 (3,0,6)  
6 FNB302 Money Credit & Banking FNB302 3 (3,0,6)  
Non- compulsory Section
(Choose 1 from)
3  
1 EL_SBE007 Taxation EL_SBE007 3 (3,0,6)  
2 IBS306 Corporate Governance IBS306 3 (3,0,6)  
Semester 6 13  
Compulsory Section 13  
1 FNB303 Corporate Finance FNB303 3 (3,0,6)  
2 SBE210 Organizational Behavior SBE210 3 (3,0,6)  
3 FNB305 Corporate Treasury & Investments FNB305 3 (3,0,6)  
4 MACL106 (P2) National Defense and Security Education II MACL106 (P2) 4 (1,6,8)  
Non- compulsory Section 0  
Semester 7 18  
Compulsory Section 12  
1 FNB306 Corporate Valuations FNB306 3 (3,0,6)  
2 FNB304 World Financial Markets FNB304 3 (3,0,6)  
3 FNB307 Project & Infrastructure Finance FNB307 3 (3,0,6)  
4 FNB301 Financial Management II FNB301 3 (3,0,6) SBE211(a)
Non- compulsory Section
(Choose 2 from)
6  
1 EL_SBE008 Financial statements Analysis EL_SBE008 3 (3,0,6)  
2 EL_SBE009 Commercial Banking EL_SBE009 3 (3,0,6)  
3 IBS307 Entrepreurship and Technological Innovation IBS307 3 (3,0,6)  
Semester 8 15  
Non- compulsory Section
(Choose 1 from)
3  
1 EL_SBE010 Appilied Informatics in Financial and Banking EL_SBE010 3 (3,0,6)  
2 EL_SBE011 Securities Analysis and Investment EL_SBE011 3 (3,0,6)  
3 EL_SBE012 Credit Appraisal EL_SBE012 3 (3,0,6)  
Internship 6  

 

  1. Entrance Requirements:

- Students with a high school diploma taking the college entrance examination and passing the financial and banking industry admission criteria as prescribed.

- Attend and pass TTU interview section.

  1. Training Process, Graduation Requirements:

8.1 Training Process:

The training process is divided into 8 semesters: (can apply for shorter study time)

- Teaching and learning in English.

- Learning by credits.

- Internship: semester 8.

8.2 Graduation Requirements:

Students who meet the following criteria will be considered and recognized by the school:

- Complete at least 4 full-time courses at Tân Tạo University;

- Complete at least 1 major;

- Completion of 143 credits of compulsory courses and optional electives (including MoET courses);

- Average cumulative GPA of at least 1.67;

- Concentration portfolio and compulsory courses must be of at least 2.00;

- Minimum English level of 600 TOEFL or equivalent;

- Completion of the National Defense Education Certificate and subjects as regulated by the Ministry of Education and Training;

- At the time of graduation, students are not examined for criminal prosecution or disciplined action from the suspension.