AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University

# Subject Credit Hours
1 International Business 3

7th Semester

2 Financial Analysis 3
3 Real Estate Finance 3
4 Islamic Finance 3
5 Investment Portfolio Management 3
6 Risk Management 3
# Subject Credit Hours
1 Strategic Management 3

 

8th Semester

2 Foreign Trade Finance 3
3 Financial Planning and Controling 3
4 Financial Deviratives 3
5 Computer Applications in Finance 3
6 Graduation Research 3

 

FINC 412 – Investment Portfolio Management

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to provide the students the basic techniques of portfolios construction, risk management and performance evaluation of portfolio managers given the investor's objectives and constraints.

Content:-

 Students apply portfolio models (CAPM, Factor models) and concepts to actual market data to perform analytical skills and evaluate equities, fixed income securities and other financial models are covered in detail. Active versus passive investment strategies, trading practices and the role of diversification and derivatives in managing securities risk will also be covered.

FINC 413 – Risk Management

Objective:-

This aim of this course is to provide students with the basic elements of risk theory and the techniques and procedures used to measure, manage and control of financial risk.

Content:-

Topics covered include: risk identification, classification and measurement of risk, risk control techniques, emerging markets risks including, currency crises and liquidity risk, .

FINC 414 – Islamic finance

Objective:-

This objective of this course is to provide students with the basics of Islamic finance, and explaining the difference between conventional banking and Islamic banking and finance. Topics

Content:-

covered include the emergence of Islamic financial tools and practices  (profit sharing , Murabah, Mudarbah, Istisnah etc.) and the development of modern Islamic banking and financial instruments Islamic banking operations, Islamic banking models in investment and financing areas..

 

Finc 415: Financial Analysis

Objective:-

The main objective of this course is to provide students with tools necessary to understand interpret and critically evaluate the annual reports and other financial information (balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows and statement of equity) that help in making investment and financing decisions.

Content:-

Topics covered include traditional ratio analysis and interpretation, accounting rules and quality of earnings, warning signs of financial distress.

Finc 416 :  Real Estate Finance

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to provide students with an overview of the real estate markets with special emphasis on the financing issues.

Content:-

 Topics covered in this course include the fundamentals of property valuation, factors influencing valuation, mortgage financing and other financing strategies, the relationship between the financial markets and real estate markets. Case studies from the local markets relating to commercial and residential financing will be addressed.

FINC 422 – International Financial Management

Objective:-

The objective of this course is on providing students with foundational knowledge of the international business environment as well as introduces ideas on how financial management helps multinational firms operate optimally in that environment.

Content:-

The course focuses on international financial management within the multinational firm and provides an understanding of international regulatory and environment differences, the different foreign exchange regimes, balance of payments, access to money and capital markets , use of derivatives to hedge exchange rate risk, measurement and management of exposure to exchange rate and interest rate fluctuations, international diversification and portfolio selection, capital budgeting, financial securities valuation and working capital management at the international level.

FINC 423 – Derivatives Securities

Objective:-

This course emphasizes derivatives products theories and its applications in financial markets with special emphasis on their use for speculation and hedging purposes.

Content:-

Topics covered include derivatives products theories and applications, derivatives exchanges, valuation of derivatives (futures, forward, swaps and options contracts on different underlying assets), trading practices and regulations and the corporate management of financial risks.

FINC 424       Financial Planning and Control

Objective:-

The focus of this course is to provide students with the techniques of financial and planning and control applied in business organizations.

Content:-

 Topics covered include forecasting cash flows, preparing different types of cash and capital budgets, profit planning and the techniques of predicting failure and financial distress.

FINC 425       Finance Theory

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to introduce modern finance theory and it applications within a unified framework.

Content:-

 Topics include theories and concepts in areas of principles of finance, financial markets and valuation of assets, theory of interest rates, portfolio theory, asset pricing models and capital structure theories.

Finc 426- Computer Applications in Finance

Objective:-

 The objective of this course is to develop the student’s skills in applying computer software in formulating and analyzing financial problems.

Content:-

The focus will be on the use of financial statement analysis, cash flow projection, risk analysis, capital structure and the cost of capital, valuation of securities, portfolio construction and scenario and sensitivity analysis.