BlueCrest University College

PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE / BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BANKING & FINANCE)

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Modules

BBF311 Principles of Banking

This course introduces students to the legal principles underlying the provision of financial services in Ghana.  In addition, it enables students to make sound business decisions based on their knowledge of the duties and rights of banks and customers rights and the law relating to cheques and other payment systems.

Credits Awarded: 3

BBF312 Quantitative Methods

This course provides students with a sound conceptual understanding of the role of quantitative techniques in decision-making in business.

Credits Awarded: 3

BBF313 Marketing of Financial Services

This course introduces students to the effective marketing techniques of financial services to various markets and segments. It provides students with a comprehensive knowledge of the various marketing tools and techniques for financial services and their cost benefit analysis, focusing on the personal sector and small business markets.

Credits Awarded: 3

BBF314 Managerial Economics

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the economic theory and analytical tools that can be used in decision making problems. Students will have a good understanding of economic concepts and tools that have direct managerial applications. Students will learn to use economic models to isolate the relevant elements of a managerial problem, identify their relationships, and formulate them into a managerial model to which decision making tools can be applied.

Credits Awarded: 3

BBF315 Economy of Ghana

This course examines critically all the key drivers of the Ghanaian economy—economic growth and development; structure of the economy; the agricultural sector; the industrial sector; inflation; urbanisation; employment and unemployment; the financial sector and international trade. All these key substantive issues that have affected the growth and development of the Ghanaian economy since will be thoroughly examined.

Credits Awarded: 3

BBF316 Monetary and Financial Systems

This course equips students with an understanding of the roles and functions financial institutions and markets, the nature and functions of derivative instruments and the domestic and international regulatory environment in which financial institutions operate. It also introduces students to an analysis of the macroeconomic effects of monetary policy changes and the design of optimal monetary policy to achieve the central bank’s objective(s) under relevant constraints.  

Credits Awarded: 3

Total Semester Credits : 18

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