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National Diploma Banking & Finance, ND (BF)
Mode of Study: Full-time / Part-time
Timetable: Day / Evening-Weekend
Duration: 4 Semesters

Course Objectives:
The objective of the National Diploma programme in Banking and Finance is to produce manpower that can effectively perform a range of functions in

  1. The various departments of the Banking Industry and in Financial Institutions.  Specifically, diploma holders of the programme should be able to:
  2. Assist in the collection and integration of basic financial data for use in investment decisions
  3. Interpret and appraise final accounts of companies; and other relevant operating data in the banking industry
  4. Assist in the preparation of short  and long term budget plans
  5. Collect and collate relevant financial information to aid superior officers, and management in financial decisions
  6. Assist in the analysis and evaluation of investment proposals, price and market trends.
     
1ST SEMESTER

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

ACC 111

Business Mathematics I

2

1

3

3

BAM 112

Principles of Accounts  I

1

3

4

4

BAM 113

Principles of Law

1

2

3

3

BAM 126

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

1

2

3

3

BAM 211

Principles of Management I

1

1

2

2

BFN 111

Elements of Banking I

1

1

2

2

BFN 112

Principles of Economics I

2

1

3

3

BFN 115

Introduction to Insurance

1

1

2

2

BFN 116

ICT I

1

3

3

3

GNS 111

Citizenship Education

2

-

2

2

OTM 112

Technical English I

2

2

4

4

 

TOTAL

15

17

32

32


2ND SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

ACC 121

Principles of Accounting II

1

3

4

4

BAM 121

Principles of Marketing

1

2

3

3

BAM 122

Business Mathematics II

2

1

3

3

BAM 124

Business Law

1

2

3

3

BAM 221

Principles of Management II

1

2

3

3

BFN 121

Elements of Banking II

1

1

2

2

BFN 122

Principles of Economics II

2

1

3

3

BFN 125

Principles and Practice of Insurance

1

1

2

2

BFN 216

ICT II

1

3

4

4

GNS 121

Citizenship Education II

2

-

2

2

 

TOTAL

13

16

29

29


3RD SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

ACC 221

Financial Accounting

1

3

4

4

BAM 211

Business Statistics I

2

1

3

4

BAM 216

Practice of Entrepreneurship

1

2

3

3

BFN 211

Business Finance I

1

1

2

2

BFN 212

Financial Institutions

1

1

2

2

BFN 213

Business Research Methods

2

1

3

3

BFN 215

Banking Law And Regulations

1

2

3

3

BFN 216

Introduction to Public Finance

2

1

3

3

OTM 217

Technical English

2

2

4

4

 

TOTAL

13

14

27

27


4TH SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

ACC 221

Financial Accounting II

1

3

4

4

ACC 224

Taxation I

2

2

3

3

BAM 222

Business Statistics II

1

1

2

2

BFN 221

Business Finance II

1

1

2

2

BFN 223

Final Year Project

-

6

6

5

BFN 224

Banking Operations

2

1

3

3

BFN 225

Career Development

2

2

4

4

BFN 226

Comparative Banking Systems

1

1

2

2

 

TOTAL

10

17

27

27

 

 

Higher National Diploma Banking & Finance, HND (BF)
Mode of Study: Full-time
Timetable: Day
Duration: 4 Semesters

Course Objectives:
The Higher National Diploma in Banking and Finance is aimed at producing graduants that should be able to:

  1. Analyse and criticise final accounts of firms, especially as an aid to lending  
  2. Conduct search and perfect all security documents submitted by borrowing customers
  3. Interpret basic statistical data [Price changes, Interest  and Foreign Exchange rates, etc]
  4. Calculate, interpret and apply the Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Returns and other investments criteria
  5. Prepare short and long term budget plans such as; cash budget, sales budget and proforma balance sheet, etc.
  6. Forecast Market trends so as to determine profitability, viability, etc.
  7. Evaluate and manage investment portfolio
  8. Analyse investment proposals
  9. Analyse and Evaluate financial assets for investment purposes. 
    1ST SEMESTER
 

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

BAM 413

Entrepreneurship Development

2

2

4

4

HBF 311

International Finance I

2

1

3

3

HBF 312

Financial Management I

2

2

4

4

HBF 313

Advance Financial Accounting I

2

2

4

4

HBF 314

Laws and Ethics of Banking I

2

1

3

3

HBF 315

Practice of Banking (POB) I

1

1

2

2

HBF 316

Marketing of Financial Services

1

1

2

2

HBF 317

Computer Applications I

1

3

4

4

OTM 315

Business Communications I

2

2

4

4

 

TOTAL

15

15

30

30

2ND SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

HBF 321

International Finance II

2

1

3

3

HBF 322

Financial Management II

2

2

4

4

HBF 323

Advance Financial Accounting II

2

2

4

4

HBF 324

Law and Ethics of Banking II

2

1

3

3

HBF 325

Practice of Banking II

1

1

2

2

HBF 327

Monetary Economics

3

1

4

4

HBF 326

Comparative Banking Systems

2

1

3

2

HBF 328

Computer Applications II

1

3

4

4

 

TOTAL

15

12

27

27

3RD SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

HBF 411

Investment and Portfolio Management

2

2

4

4

HBF 412

Public Finance

2

1

3

3

HBF 413

Business Research Methods

2

1

3

3

HBF 414

Seminar in Banking and Finance

-

2

2

2

HBF 415

Practice of Banking III

2

1

3

3

HBF 416

Management of Information System

1

3

4

4

HBF 417

Managerial Economics

3

1

4

4

OTM 412

Business Communications II

2

2

4

4

 

TOTAL

14

13

27

27

4TH SEMESTER


COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

T

P

CU

CH

HBF 421

Quantitative Technique in Management

2

2

4

4

HBF 422

Finance of International Trade

2

1

3

3

HBF 423

Management of Banks and Financial Institutions

2

1

3

3

HBF 425

Practice of Banking IV

2

1

3

3

HBF 426

Information Technology

1

3

4

4

HBF 427

Final Year Project

0

6

6

6

OTM 322

Professional Career Development

2

2

4

4

 

TOTAL

11

16

27

27