Business Administration

 

CURRICULUM 2016 – 2020

Curriculum name: Bachelor of Business Administration
Major: International Business

1. Objectives

The curriculum is designed for bachelor degree in Business Administration with special field of International Business. After completing this curriculum, students will have knowledge and skills to work as a position of staff or managers in the international business environment such as multi-national companies, foreign trade companies, import-export trading companies, international organizations, foreign representative offices, industrial parks, processing zones, and hi-tech zones in Vietnam.

  • organizing and implementing import- export and logistic activities
  • planning and implementing the business/marketing strategies to international market
  • setting up a business plan, monitoring and managing projects of foreign investment in domestic market and investment projects of Vietnam companies in oversea market.
  • Solving issues of management in multinational corporations.
  • Skills: Students undertakes this curriculum will have following skills to finish their duties:
  • Self-study and analysis skills and applying theories and knowledge trained to solve the problems faced during to work.
  • Team working and independent working skills to finish their duties.
  • Data collection and analysis skills to get information needed for decision making.
  • Listening, presenting, discussing and negotiating skills.
  • Skills of planning, controlling and managing time to catch the job deadlines.

2. Curriculum design

Social sciences:                                               07 credits

Social sciences:                                               07 credits

National defense and security education:       08 credits

Physical Education:                                        05 credits

  1. General education
    1. Politics: 10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

30

30

  1.  

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

  1.  

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

 

Total

10

 

 

 

2.1.2 Social sciences07 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

1.

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

2.

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

3.

BusinessCommunication

2

30

30

4.

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

 

Total

7

 

 

 

2.1.3 English:  32 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Academic English 1

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 2

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 3

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 4

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 5

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 6

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 7

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 8

4

60

60

 

Total

32

 

 

2.1.4 Math and IT skills:  09 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

  1.  

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

  1.  

General computer science

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

  1. Career education: 77 credits
    1. Foundation courses:  12 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1. 1

Microeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 2

Macroeconomic

3

45

45

  1. 3

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

  1. 5

Principles of Management

3

45

45

 

Total

12

 

 

 

  1. Core courses:  24 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Human Resource Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial management

3

45

45

  1.  

Strategic management

3

45

45

  1.  

Marketing management

3

45

45

  1.  

Brand management

3

45

45

  1.  

Project Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

  1.  

Marketing Research

3

45

45

 

Total

24

 

 

 

  1.  Major courses:  30 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

Compulsory (21 credits)

  1.  

International Business 1

3

45

45

  1.  

International business 2

3

45

45

  1.  

Import export management

3

45

45

  1.  

International Business Law

3

45

45

  1.  

Multicultural Human Resource Management

3

45

45

  1.  

International marketing

3

45

45

  1.  

E-commerce

3

45

45

 

Total

21

 

 

Elective: Choose three of the courses listed below (09 credits)

  1.  

Corporate Social Responsibility

3

45

45

  1.  

Operation management

3

45

45

  1.  

Transportation and Insurance

3

45

45

  1.  

Business planning

3

45

45

  1.  

International Financial Management

3

45

45

  1.  

International Payment

3

45

45

  1.  

Supply Chain Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Global Investment

3

45

45

  1.  

Public Relations

3

45

45

  1.  

The Second Degree of Foreign Language

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Thesis or courses: 11 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

Compulsory

1

Internship 1

1

30

 

2

Internship 2

4

120

 

Elective: Choose thesis or two elective courses

2

Thesis

6

180

 

2

Elective courses

6

90

90

 

Total

11

 

 

Note: The curriculum includes 11 periods (3,5 years); 3 periods per year. Period 11 includes internships and thesis or two courses.

 

LEARNING SCHEDULE

 

Year

Period

Module Code

Module Title

Credits

Hours

On class

1

1

COMP1401

General computer science

3

45

45

1

PEDU1201

Physical Education

2

 

 

1

MATH1301

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

1

GLAW1201

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

1

EDUC1201

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

2

GENG0405

Academic English 1

4

60

60

2

BADM2302

Application of Statistic in Business

3

45

45

2

ECON1301

Microeconomics

3

45

45

2

BADM1201

BusinessCommunication

2

30

30

2

 

Physical Education 2

3

 

 

3

GENG0406

Academic English 2

4

60

60

3

ECON1302

Macroeconomics

3

45

45

3

POLI1201

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

3

DEDU1801

National defense and security education

8

180

 

2

4

GENG0407

Academic English 3

4

60

60

4

BADM2301

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

4

BADM2303

Human Resource Management

3

45

45

4

ACCO2301

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

4

BADM1301

Principles of Management

3

45

45

5

GENG0408

Academic English 4

4

60

60

5

BADM4304

Marketing research

3

45

45

5

BADM4312

Project Management

3

45

45

5

POLI2302

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

45

45

6

GENG0409

Academic English 5

4

60

60

6

FINA4306

Financial management

3

45

45

6

BADM3308

International Business 1

3

45

45

6

BADM3306

E-commerce

3

45

45

 

6

BADM2304

Marketing management

3

45

45

3

7

GENG0410

Academic English 6

4

60

60

7

BADM3332

International business 2

3

45

45

7

POLI2201

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

7

BADM3302

International marketing

3

45

45

7

BADM4321

Multicultural Human Resource Management

3

45

45

8

GENG0411

Academic English 7

4

60

60

8

 

Elective courses 1

3

45

45

8

BADM3304

Brand management

3

45

45

8

BADM4301

Strategic management

3

45

45

8

GLAW2301

International business law

3

45

45

8

GLAW4101

Internship 1

1

30

 

9

9

GENG0412

BADM3334

Academic English 8

Import export management

4

3

60

45

60

45

9

 

Elective course 2

3

45

45

9

 

Elective course 3

3

45

45

9

GLAW4102

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

9

POLI2301

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

4

10

BADM4409

Internship 2

4

120

 

11

 

Thesis or Elective courses

6

 

 

CURRICULUM 2016 - 2020

 

Curriculum name: Bachelor of Business Administration
Major: Marketing

 

1. Objectives

The curriculum is designed for bachelor degree in Business Administration with special field of Marketing. After completing this curriculum, students will have knowledge and skills to work as a position of staff or managers in the domestic or multinational companies to do market research, create plan of advertising & sales promotion and develop customer relations. Besides, students can become sales persons, staff for Public Relations, events planning in service companies or manufacturing companies.

  • Knowledge: Students who complete this curriculum will have the knowledge of Principles of Management and marketing, macro and micro economics, qualitative and quantitative methods for marketing. Particularly, this curriculum provides students knowledge of:  
    • studying customer behaviour,
    • building and maintaining the relationship with customers
    • doing market research
    • planning and implementing advertising and sales promotion programs
    • setting up marketing plan and strategy in an enterprise

 

  • Skills: Students undertakes this curriculum will have following skills to finish their duties:
  • Self-study and analysis skills and applying theories and knowledge trained to solve the problems faced during to work.
  • Team working and independent working skills to finish their duties.
  • Data collection and analysis skills to get information needed for decision making.
  • Listening, presenting, discussing and negotiating skills.
  • Skills of planning, controlling and managing time to catch the job deadlines.

2. Curriculum design

            Politics:                                                           10 credits

Social sciences:                                               07 credits

National defense and security education:       08 credits

Physical Education:                                        05 credits

 

 

2.1. General education

  1. Politics: 10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

30

30

  1.  

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

  1.  

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

 

Total

10

 

 

 

  1. Social Sciences:  07 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

1.

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

2.

Business communication

2

30

30

3.

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

4.

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

 

Total

7

 

 

 

  1. English:  32 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Academic English 1

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 2

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 3

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 4

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 5

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 6

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 7

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 8

4

60

60

 

Total

32

 

 

  1. Math and IT skills:  09 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

  1.  

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

  1.  

General computer science

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

2.2. Career education: 77 credits

  1. Foundation courses:  12 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1. 1

Microeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 2

Macroeconomic

3

45

45

  1. 3

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

  1. 5

Principles of Management

3

45

45

 

Total

12

 

 

 

  1. Core courses: 24 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Human Resource Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial management

3

45

45

  1.  

Strategic management

3

45

45

  1.  

Marketing management

3

45

45

  1.  

Brand management

3

45

45

  1.  

Project Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

  1.  

Quantitative analysis in management

3

45

45

 

Total

24

 

 

  1.  Major courses: 30 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

Compulsory (21 credit)

  1.  

Integrated marketing communications

3

45

45

  1.  

Marketing research

3

45

45

  1.  

Customer Relationship Management

3

45

45

  1.  

International marketing

3

45

45

  1.  

Services marketing

3

45

45

  1.  

Marketing Strategy 

3

45

45

  1.  

Consumer Behavior

3

45

45

 

Total

21

 

 

Elective: Choose three of the courses listed below (9 credits)

  1.  

Public Relations

3

45

45

  1.  

Corporate social responsibility

3

45

45

  1.  

Pricing policy and strategy

3

45

45

  1.  

Distribution channel management

3

45

45

  1.  

Business Planning

3

45

45

  1.  

Sales Management

3

45

45

  1.  

E-commerce

3

45

45

  1.  

Law on Business

3

45

45

  1.  

Advertising and Promotion

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

  1. Thesis or course work: 11 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

Compulsory

1

Internship 1

1

30

 

 

Internship 2

4

120

 

Elective: Choose thesis or two elective courses

2

Thesis

6

180

 

2

Elective courses

6

90

90

 

Total

11

 

 

Note: The curriculum includes 11 periods (3,5 years); 3 periods per year. Period 11 includes internships and thesis or two courses.

 

LEARNING SCHEDULE

 

Year

Period

Module Code

Module Title

Credits

Hours

On Class

1

1

PEDU1201

Physical Education

2

 

 

1

COMP1401

General computer science

3

45

45

1

MATH1301

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

1

GLAW1201

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

1

EDUC1201

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

2

GENG0405

Academic English 1

4

60

60

2

BADM2302

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

2

ECON1301

Microeconomics

3

45

45

2

BADM1201

Business communication

2

30

30

2

 

Physical Education 2

3

 

 

3

GENG0406

Academic English 2

4

60

60

3

ECON1302

Macroeconomic

3

45

45

3

POLI1201

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

3

DEDU1801

National defense and security education

8

180

 

2

4

GENG0407

Academic English 3

4

60

60

4

BADM2301

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

4

BADM1301

Principles of Management

3

45

45

4

ACCO2301

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

4

BADM2305

Quantitative analysis in management

3

45

45

5

GENG0408

Academic English 4

4

60

60

5

BADM2304

Marketing management

3

45

45

5

BADM2303

Human Resource Management

3

45

45

5

POLI2302

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

45

45

5

BADM3301

Customer Behavior

3

45

45

6

GENG0409

Academic English 5

4

60

60

6

BADM3302

International marketing

3

45

45

6

BADM4312

Project Management

3

45

45

6

BADM4304

Marketing research

3

45

45

3

7

GENG0410

Academic English 6

4

60

60

7

BADM3304

Brand management

3

45

45

7

FINA4306

Financial management

3

45

45

7

BADM3305

Public Relations

3

45

45

7

POLI2201

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

7

GLAW4102

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

7

BADM4301

Strategic management

3

45

45

8

GENG0411

Academic English 7

4

60

60

8

 

Elective courses 1

3

45

45

8

BADM3325

Customer relations management

3

45

45

8

BADM4310

Services marketing

3

45

45

8

BADM4302

Integrated marketing communication

3

45

45

8

GLAW4101

Internship 1

1

30

 

9

GENG0412

Academic English 8

4

60

60

9

 

Elective courses 2

3

45

45

9

 

Elective courses 3

3

45

45

9

POLI2301

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

4

10

BADM4409

Internship 2

4

120

 

11

 

Thesis or Elective courses

6

 

 

Finance - Banking

CURRICULUM 2016 – 2020

Curriculum name: Bachelor of Finance and Banking
Major:  Finance

 

1. Objectives

The curriculum is designed for bachelor degree in Finance and Banking. After completing this curriculum, students will have knowledge and skills to work as a position of staff or managers at financial department of corporations, including local and multinational, and financial institutions including mutual funds, investment funds, insurance companies, finance companies, stock companies and commercial banks.

  • Knowledge: Students who complete this curriculum will have the knowledge of Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and operations of financial industry.  Particularly, this curriculum provides students knowledge of:  
  • Operations of Financial Markets including capital markets, money markets, foreign exchange markets and derivative markets.
  • Operations of financial institutions including commercial banks and other non-bank institutions such as financial companies, leasing companies, stock companies and investment funds.
  • More detailed knowledge of corporate finance such as financial statements analysis and planning, investment decisions including financial assets investment, fixed assets investment and currents assets investment, financing decisions including financial leverage and capital structure, and dividend policy decisions. Also, knowledge of financial risk management is covered in this curriculum.
  • Skills: Students undertakes this curriculum will have following skills to finish their duties:
  • Self-study and analysis skills and applying theories and knowledge trained to solve the problems faced during to work.
  • Team working and independent working skills to finish their duties.
  • Data collection and analysis skills to get information needed for decision making.
  • Listening, presenting, discussing and negotiating skills.
  • Skills of planning, controlling and managing time to catch the job deadlines.

 

2. Curriculum design  

Politics:                                                           10 credits

Social sciences:                                               07 credits

National defense and security education:       08 credits

Physical Education:                                        05 credits

2.1. General education

2.1.1 Politics:  10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

 

30

 

30

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

 

45

 

45

  1.  

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

  1.  

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

 

Total

10

 

 

 

 

 

2.1.2 Social sciences: 07 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

 

1.

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

 

2.

Elective: Choose one of the courses listed below (02 credits)

 

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

 

 

Introduction to Psychology

2

30

30

 

3.

Business Communication

2

30

30

 

4..

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

 

 

Total

7

 

 

 

 

 

2.1.3 English:   32 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Academic English 1

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 2

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 3

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 4

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 5

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 6

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 7

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 8

4

60

60

 

Total

32

 

 

 

2.1.4 Math and IT skills:  09 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

  1.  

Probability and Statistics

3

45

45

  1.  

General computer science

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

2.2.  Career Education:  83 credits

2.2.1 Foundation courses:  15 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1. 1

Microeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 2

Macroeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 3

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

  1. 5

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

  1. 7

Principles of Management

3

45

45

 

Total

15

 

 

 

2.2.2 Core courses:  24 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

  1.  

Money and Banking

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Markets

3

45

45

  1.  

Corporate Finance 1

3

45

45

  1.  

International Finance

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Derivatives Markets

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Accounting 1

3

45

45

  1.  

Commercial Banking

3

45

45

 

Total

24

 

 

 

2.2.3 Major courses:  33 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Corporate Finance 2

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Statements Analysis

3

45

45

  1.  

Establishing and assessing an investment project

3

45

45

  1.  

Tax & Business Operations

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Investment and Analysis

3

45

45

  1.  

International Payment

3

45

45

  1.  

Managerial Accounting

3

45

45

 

Total

21

 

 

 

Elective: Choose four of the courses listed below (12 credits)

  1.  

Credit Appraisal

3

45

45

  1.  

Portfolio Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Firm Valuation and Analysis

3

45

4

  1.  

Mergers and acquisitions

3

45

45

  1.  

Commercial Banking Simulation

3

45

45

  1.  

Auditing

3

45

45

  1.  

Business Research methods

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Risk Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Foreign Exchange Trading

3

45

45

  1.  

Bank Marketing

3

45

45

  1.  

Commercial Bank Management

3

45

45

  1.  

Accounting of Banking

3

45

45

 

Total

12

 

 

 

  1.  Thesis or courses: 10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

 

Compulsory

1

Internship 2

4

120

 

 

Elective: Choose thesis or two elective courses listed above

2

Thesis or

6

180

 

2

Two replaced courses (in the list above)

6

 

 

 

Commercial Bank Management

3

45

45

 

Financial Risk Management

3

45

45

 

Total

10

 

 

Note: The curriculum is designed  into 11 periods (3,5 years), 3 periods per year.

 

LEARNING SCHEDULE

 

Year

Period

Module Code

Module Title

Credits

Hours

On class

 

1

GENG0405

Academic English 1

4

60

60

1

1

COMP1401

General computer science

3

45

45

1

MATH1301

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

1

EDUC1201

PEDU1201

Understanding University Learning

Physical Education

2

2

30

30

 

2

GENG0406

Academic English 2

4

60

60

2

MATH1304

 

BADM1201

Probability and Statistics

Elective of Social sciences

Business Communication

3

2

2

45

30

30

45

30

30

2

 

Physical Education 2

3

 

 

2

DEDU1801

National defense and security education

8

240

 

3

GENG0407

Academic English 3

4

60

60

3

BADM2302

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

3

ECON1301

Microeconomics

3

45

45

3

GLAW4102

Guest Lecturer

1

30

 

3

POLI1201

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

 

4

GENG0408

Academic English 4

4

60

60

2

4

ECON1302

Macroeconomics

3

45

45

4

ACCO2301

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

4

FINA1301

Money and Banking

3

45

45

5

GENG0409

Academic English 5

4

60

60

5

BADM1301

Principles of Management

3

45

45

5

FINA3320

Financial Markets

3

45

45

5

POLI2302

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

45

45

6

GENG0410

Academic English 6

4

60

60

6

ACCO2302

Financial Accounting 1

3

45

45

6

FINA3319

Corporate Finance 1

3

45

45

6

BADM2301

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

3

7

GENG0411

Academic English 7

4

60

60

7

FINA3301

International Finance

3

45

45

7

FINA3321

Commercial Banking

3

45

45

7

POLI2201

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

30

30

8

GENG0412

Academic English 8

4

60

60

8

FINA3302

International Payment

3

45

45

8

 

Elective course 1 (Credit Appraisal/ Portfolio Management/ Firm Valuation and Analysis)

3

45

45

8

FINA3317

Financial Derivatives Markets

3

45

45

9

FINA3312

Financial Statements Analysis

3

45

45

9

FINA3403

Corporate Finance 2

3

45

45

 

9

FINA3318

Tax & Business Operations

3

45

45

 

9

 

Elective course 2 (Auditing/ Business Research methods/ Mergers and acquisitions)

3

45

45

 

9

POLI2301

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

 

10

BADM3321

Establishing and assessing an investment project

3

45

45

10

FINA3315

Financial Investment and Analysis

3

45

45

4

10

ACCO4302

Managerial Accounting

3

45

45

 

10

 

Elective course 3 (Foreign Exchange Trading/ Bank Marketing)

3

45

45

 

10

 

Elective course 4 (Commercial Banking Simulation/ Accounting of Banking)

3

45

45

 

11

FINA4499

Internship 2

4

120

 

 

11

FINA4699

Thesis or

6

180

 

 

11

FINA3307

FINA3314

2 replaced courses as

Commercial Bank Management

Financial Risk Management

6

3

3

 

45

45

 

45

45

CURRICULUM 2016 – 2020

Curriculum name: Bachelor of Finance and Banking

Major:  Banking

 

1. Objectives

The curriculum is designed for bachelor degree in Finance and Banking. After completing this curriculum, students will have knowledge and skills to work as a position of staff or managers at financial department of corporations, including local and multinational, and financial institutions including mutual funds, investment funds, insurance companies, finance companies, stock companies and commercial banks.

  • Knowledge: Students who complete this curriculum will have the knowledge of Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and operations of financial industry.  Particularly, this curriculum provides students knowledge of:  
  • Operations of Financial Markets including capital markets, money markets, foreign exchange markets and derivative markets.
  • Operations of financial institutions including commercial banks and other non-bank institutions such as financial companies, leasing companies, stock companies and investment funds.
  • More detailed knowledge of corporate finance such as financial statements analysis and planning, investment decisions including financial assets investment, fixed assets investment and currents assets investment, financing decisions including financial leverage and capital structure, and dividend policy decisions. Also, knowledge of financial risk management is covered in this curriculum.
  • Skills: Students undertakes this curriculum will have following skills to finish their duties:
  • Self-study and analysis skills and applying theories and knowledge trained to solve the problems faced during to work.
  • Team working and independent working skills to finish their duties.
  • Data collection and analysis skills to get information needed for decision making.
  • Listening, presenting, discussing and negotiating skills.
  • Skills of planning, controlling and managing time to catch the job deadlines.

 

2. Curriculum design  

Politics:                                                           10 credits

National defense and security education:       08 credits

Gymnastics:                                                    05 credits

Social sciences:                                               07 credits

2.1. General education

2.1.1 Politics:   10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

 

30

 

30

  1.  

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

 

45

 

45

  1.  

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

2

 

30

 

30

  1.  

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

 

45

 

45

 

Total

10

 

 

 

2.1.2 Social sciences: 07 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

 

1.

Guest Lecture

1

30

 

 

2.

Elective: Choose one of the courses listed below (02 credits)

 

Introduction to Law

2

30

30

 

 

Introduction to Psychology

2

30

30

 

3.

Business Communication

2

30

30

 

4..

Understanding University Learning

2

30

30

 

 

Total

7

 

 

 

 

  1. English:  32 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Academic English 1

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 2

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 3

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 4

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 5

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 6

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 7

4

60

60

  1.  

Academic English 8

4

60

60

 

Total

32

 

 

 

2.1.4 Math and IT skills:  09 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

  1.  

Probability and Statistics

3

45

45

  1.  

General computer science

3

45

45

 

Total

9

 

 

 

2.2.  Career Education: 83 credits

2.2.1 Foundation courses: 15 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1. 1

Microeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 2

Macroeconomics

3

45

45

  1. 3

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

  1. 5

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

  1. 7

Principles of Management

3

45

45

 

Total

15

 

 

 

2.2.2 Core courses:  24 credits

 

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

  1.  

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

  1.  

Money and Banking

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Markets

3

45

45

  1.  

Corporate Finance 1

3

45

45

  1.  

International Finance

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Derivatives Markets

3

45

45

  1.  

Financial Accounting

3

45

45

  1.  

Commercial Banking

3

45

45

 

Total

24

 

 

 

2.2.3 Major courses:   33 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

 

 

Compulsory

  1.  

Corporate Finance 2

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Financial Statements Analysis

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Credit Appraisal

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Accounting of Banking

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Financial Investment and Analysis

3

45

45

 

  1.  

International Payment

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Foreign Exchange Trading

3

45

45

 

 

Total

21

 

 

 

 

 Elective: Choose four of the courses listed below

  1.  

Establishing and assessing an investment project

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Portfolio Management

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Managerial Accounting

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Merger and Acquisition

3

45

45

 

  1.  

E-commerce

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Auditing

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Business Research methods

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Financial Risk Management

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Tax and Business Operations

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Bank Marketing

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Commercial Bank Management

3

45

45

 

  1.  

Commercial Banking Simulation

3

45

45

 

 

Total

12

 

 

 

 

2.2.4 Thesis or courses:    10 credits

 

No

Course name

Credits

Hours

On class

 

Compulsory

1

Internship 2

4

120

 

 

Elective: Choose thesis or two elective courses listed above

2

Thesis

6

180

 

2

Elective courses (in the list above)

6

 

 

 

Commercial Bank Management

3

45

45

 

Financial Risk Management

3

45

45

 

Total

10

 

 

Note: The curriculum is designed  into 11 periods (3,5 years), 3 periods per year.

 

LEARNING SCHEDULE

 

 

Year

Period

Module Code

Module Title

Credits

Hours

On class

 

1

GENG0405

Academic English 1

4

60

60

1

1

COMP1401

General computer science

3

45

45

1

MATH1301

Advanced mathematics (Part 1)

3

45

45

1

EDUC1201

PEDU1201

Understanding University Learning

Physical Education

2

2

30

30

 

2

GENG0406

Academic English 2

4

60

60

2

MATH1304

 

 

BADM1201

Probability and Statistics

Elective of Social sciences

Business Communication

3

2

2

45

30

30

45

30

30

2

 

Physical Education 2

3

 

 

2

DEDU1801

National defense and security education

8

240

 

3

GENG0407

Academic English 3

4

60

60

3

BADM2302

Application of Statistic in Business 

3

45

45

3

ECON1301

Microeconomics

3

45

45

3

POLI1201

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 1

2

30

30

 

4

GENG0408

Academic English 4

4

60

60

2

4

ECON1302

Macroeconomics

3

45

45

4

ACCO2301

Principles of Accounting

3

45

45

4

FINA1301

Money and Banking

3

45

45

5

GENG0409

Academic English 5

4

60

60

5

BADM1301

Principles of Management

3

45

45

5

FINA3320

Financial Markets

3

45

45

5

POLI2302

The basic principles of Marxism - Leninism 2

3

45

45

6

GENG0410

Academic English 6

4

60

60

6

ACCO2302

Financial Accounting

3

45

45

6

FINA3319

Corporate Finance 1

3

45

45

6

BADM2301

Principles of Marketing

3

45

45

3

7

GENG0411

Academic English 7

4

60

60

7

FINA3301

International Finance

3

45

45

7

FINA3321

Commercial Banking

3

45

45

7

POLI2201

GLAW4102

Ho Chi Minh’s ideology

Guest Lecture

2

1

30

30

30

 

8

GENG0412

Academic English 8

4

60

60

8

FINA3302

International Payment

3

45

45

8

 

Elective course 1 (Bank Marketing/ Business Research methods)

3

45

45

8

FINA3317

Financial Derivatives Markets

3

45

45

9

FINA3308

Foreign Exchange Trading

3

45

45

9

FINA3403

Corporate Finance 2

3

45

45

 

9

FINA3304

Credit Appraisal

3

45

45

 

9

 

Elective course 2 (Commercial Banking Simulation/ Portfolio Management/  E-Commerce)

3

45

45

 

9

POLI2301

Revolution of Vietnamese Communist Party

3

45

45

 

10

ACCO3306

Accounting of Banking

3

45

45

10

FINA3315

Financial Investment and Analysis

3

45

45

4

10

FINA3312

Financial Statements Analysis

3

45

45

 

10

 

Elective course 3 (Auditing/ Establishing and assessing an investment project)

3

45

45

 

10

 

Elective course 4 (Managerial Accounting/ Tax And Business Operations)

3

45

45

 

11

FINA4499

Internship 2

4

120

 

 

11

FINA4699

Thesis or

6

180

 

 

11

11

FINA3307

FINA3315

2 replaced courses as

Commercial Bank Management

Financial Risk Management

6

3

3

 

45

45

 

45

45

 

 

Accounting

The Faculty offers bachelor’s degrees in Economic Laws and Law. Economic Laws Program officially started in 2009 and Law Program started in 2015. Previously, Open University of Ho Chi Minh City began to offer graduate degree in Law in 1993.

To earn a bachelor’s degree in Economic Laws, students have to complete of 126 credits, from required courses in business and commercial laws and elective courses in Corporate Finance, Financial Accounting and International Payments. To deepen training and knowledge, students can select Import and Export Law, Investment Law, Law on Insurance Business, and more.

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English

Bachelor’s Degree Program in Law comprises of 125 credits, with required courses in Civil Law and Administrative Law. Elective courses offered are Administrative Procedure Law, Law on Inspection, Complaint and Denouncement, Civil Executive law, Common Contracts, Roman Law, Law on City Management, etc.

The training objectives of the Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Law and Law of Economics are to train qualified jurists with in-depth knowledge of all the legal work and with specialty in commercial laws. Besides, the Faculty focuses on training students with technical skills and soft skills, forming the right attitude toward the profession, the community as well as society. These skills and principles are integrated into teaching and classroom interactions, extracurricular activities, academic competitions, student club events, the participated sessions in court, law firm, etc.

Students will be learning from and working with faculty members, highly qualified enthusiastic lawyers and judges. The highlights of the two programs are to incorporate theoretical and applied trainings in their curricula.

Students of Junior Year are sent to enterprises, government agencies, courts to serve as interns for one month at each selected agency. The goal is for students to receive work-related, communication, and problem solving skills while still in training. These practical opportunities will help student form and early awareness of the legal profession they have chosen and reflect on their real and potential abilities; help students identify the knowledge and skills they have or have yet acquired so that they can improve and strengthen themselves before entering the workforce.

In addition, the Faculty of Law also organizes regular seminars and mentoring with the participation of well-established legal experts.

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Bachelor’s Degree Program in Law comprises of 146 credits, with required courses in Civil Law and Administrative Law. Elective courses offered are Administrative Procedure Law, Law on Inspection, Complaint and Denouncement, Civil Executive law, Common Contracts, Roman Law, Law on City Management, etc.

The training objectives of the Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Law and Law of Economics are to train qualified jurists with in-depth knowledge of all the legal work and with specialty in commercial laws. Besides, the Faculty focuses on training students with technical skills and soft skills, forming the right attitude toward the profession, the community as well as society. These skills and principles are integrated into teaching and classroom interactions, extracurricular activities, academic competitions, student club events, the participated sessions in court, law firm, etc.

Students will be learning from and working with faculty members, highly qualified enthusiastic lawyers and judges. The highlights of the two programs are to incorporate theoretical and applied trainings in their curricula.

Students of Junior Year are sent to enterprises, government agencies, courts to serve as interns for one month at each selected agency. The goal is for students to receive work-related, communication, and problem solving skills while still in training. These practical opportunities will help student form and early awareness of the legal profession they have chosen and reflect on their real and potential abilities; help students identify the knowledge and skills they have or have yet acquired so that they can improve and strengthen themselves before entering the workforce.

In addition, the Faculty of Law also organizes regular seminars and mentoring with the participation of well-established legal experts.

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Phone

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Email

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Fax

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