Bachelor Of Science Degree In Islamic Economics, Banking & Finance (B.Sc. IEBF)
> Program Overview
The Bachelor of Science in Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance has been designed to provide students with thorough knowledge and skills in the financial sector, with a particular focus on the influence and impact of Islamic frameworks on economics, banking and finance generally.
The central aim of the programme is to teach the students about:
- Basic concepts, theories and practices of economics, banking and finance.
- Different economic systems around the world.
- Mechanisms and functioning of various large economies of the world and their interaction with each other.
- Various problems and issues in global economies.
- The way in which banks, financial institutions and markets around the world operate.
- Islamic principles of economics and their application in banking and finance.
Upon completion of the programme, the student will be awarded the Bachelor of Science Degree in Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance.
This programme is a blend of conventional finance and Islamic courses; and includes all major focal areas of economics, banking and finance. The courses have selectively and strategically been included in order to fulfill the holistic aim and objective of the programme
PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of the programme, students should be competent in the following areas:
PLO 1: Knowledge of basic theories and principles of economics, banking and finance.
Comprehensive knowledge of economics, banking and finance provided to all students using reputed books and sources. The students would participate in live sessions and seminars, and submit non-plagiarized assignments to achieve the benchmark.
PLO 2: Relate economic concepts and theories to real world scenarios in functioning of various economies and institutions.
Students would develop the practical skills by applying the knowledge gained in real life context
PLO 3: Develop high standards of managerial, leadership and communication skills.
Managerial skills and responsibilities-
Managerial skills and responsibilities are the two components which would be developed immensely by the students who are undergoing the programme. The student would demonstrate their proficiency by participating in related cases and discussions.
PLO 4 Adopt Islamic/ethical principles and practices in economic and business matters of life.
Ethics, professionalism and humanities-
Students will benefit from the blended structure of conventional economics with Islamic economics. Education of Islamic economic thoughts would provide the students with strong ethical approaches to economics and business.
PLO 5: Conduct basic research using scholarly sources and techniques to acquire new knowledge in the area of interest.
Scientific methods, critical thinking and problem-solving skills-
Student-led research in the various research assignments will lead to the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
PLO 6: Develop entrepreneurial capabilities.
Some of the courses in this programme would enable the students to broaden their vision and expand their thought process, thereby improving their entrepreneurial skills.
Students will be able work as professionals in the area of Islamic banking and finance. Students may also go for higher studies and research in academics.
|FACT 101||PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING||12|
|FPEC 101||PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS||12|
|BIBS 101||INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS||12|
|BPIM 101||PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT||12|
|ISGS 101||ISLAMIC STUDIES 1||6|
|ISGS 101||ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES||6|
|FIIF 102||INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC FINANCE||15|
|FIEC 102||ISLAMIC ECONOMICS||12|
|BIAC 102||INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING||15|
|FMNB 102||MONEY AND BANKING||12|
|ISGS 102||ISLAMIC STUDIES 2||6|
|FMAC 201||MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING||12|
|FIFM 201||ISLAMIC FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS||12|
|FSEC 201||STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS||12|
|ISGS 201||ISLAMIC STUDIES 3||12|
|TITC 102||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS||12|
|FIFS 202||INVESTMENT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS||12|
|FRKM 202||RISK MANAGEMENT||12|
|FIME 202||INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS||12|
|FICM 202||ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKETS||12|
|ISGS 202||ISLAMIC STUDIES 4||12|
|FAIF 301||ACCOUNTING FOR ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS||15|
|FCRP 301||CORPORATE FINANCE||15|
|FFNM 301||FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT||15|
|FIMF 301||ISLAMIC MICRO FINANCE||15|
|FICL 302||ISLAMIC COMMERCIAL LAW||15|
|BIBE 302||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT||15|
|BINF 302||INTERNATIONAL FINANCE||15|
|BOGB 302||ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR||15|
|FCPB 401||COOPERATIVE BANKING||15|
|FECP 401||ECONOMIC PLANNING||15|
|BQTC 401||QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES||15|
|ENRM 401||RESEARCH METHODOLOGY||15|
|FBHF 402||BEHAVIORAL FINANCE||12|
|FIWM 402||ISLAMIC WEALTH MANAGEMENT||12|
|BBFI 402||MANAGEMENT OF BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS||12|
|FFPR 402||FINAL PROJECT|