Our Bachelor of Science in Finance program will provide you with a thorough grounding in the main theories, concepts and tools of corporate finance, investments, financial markets and institutions. With an emphasis on the implications of finance issues from the perspective of individual investors, corporations, financial institutions, and policy makers, it will allow you to go on to contribute to the development of Saudi business culture in a global setting.
The curriculum for the BSc Finance program shall set you up with the skills to explain the fundamentals of the main business disciplines and their interaction with the financial environment, describe and discuss key concepts and principles of accounting and economics and identify the concepts, theories and practices related to finance and investment.
You will analyze real-life business and financial scenarios and formulate decisions and solutions, evaluate the feasibility of various options and decisions, and draw valid conclusions and conduct research into current problems related to finance.
You will develop keen analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills grounded in ethical values, use mathematics and statistics to solve financial problems and develop your interpersonal skills to be able to function effectively in a team.
At the early years of your academic journey at Bachelor of Science in Finance, you will take General Education Program (GEP), attributed to the Liberal Arts – American style education. The (GEP) covers arts and humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and technological studies to help you gain insight into varied critical learning skills, investigate essential branches of knowledge, and develop appreciation of diversity and change across time, culture, and national boundaries.
The curriculum and program implementation is reviewed annually by Georgetown University McDonough School of Business to ensure our BSc Finance degree program is industry leading.
The program covers topics including contemporary issues within business areas; the domestic, regional and global economic environment of organizations; leadership, communication and interpersonal skills in team and diverse social settings; ethical, legal and social dimensions of making business and professional decisions; and quantitative.