The EIBFS B.Sc. programs offer outstanding education, involve students in a continuous process of learning that helps them to develop, grow, and establish a well grounded career in corporate and financial sectors; students receive help and support of well-qualified faculty, who are capable of balancing and integrating theory and practice in the best educational environment conductive to learning.
The Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance, with Accounting Specialization prepares students for success in various accounting careers in corporate accounting, public accounting, governmental accounting, & not-for-profit accounting. Students gain the theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and research skills needed to address complex accounting issues.
The EIBFS BSc in Banking and Finance Accounting degree aims to offer a top-notch specialized curriculum that provides students with the necessary knowledge and resources to develop and grow their professional skills while giving students the opportunity to establish long-term careers in the corporate and financial sectors. Taught by highly qualified professors, the coursework will focus on both theory and practice to champion and shape well-rounded students and perspectives.
1. To equip professionals with the skills necessary to undertake management, advisory and directorship roles in the private and public sector, insurance firms, banking and stock market companies and various business institutions.
2. To enable professionals to receive the required specialization to manage, analyze and interpret accounting and financial systems, as well as to supervise financial, accounting and market operations.
3. to endorse skills that enable students to identify and anticipate market and sector opportunities, allocate resources, manage information, select and train personnel, and make the necessary decisions to achieve the goals of the company or institution in which they are employed.
The program runs five days per week, Sunday to Thursday Morning or Evening sessions for eight (8) theoretical semesters (16 weeks each), and three (3) summer semesters (8 weeks each), which involves presenting the project report of supervised internship.Download Brochure