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The Banking Technologist Program is a two-year Diploma which enables the student to broad base his or her career options in the banking industry. It provides comprehensive training to students in the field of Banking by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. The curriculum emphasizes critical learning outcomes required by students to succeed in the profession of Banking. Students will be educated on a wide range of topics - banking products and services; investments, and regulatory practices; customer relationship and management skills; selling skills and techniques.
The Banking Technologist (two-year Diploma) is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education by offering a core set of specialized courses in banking. In addition to covering important foundation and core courses in banking industry, the program offers a student extensive inputs in managing customer relationships, business development and sales skills, and skills in business communication to engage with the customer. The program incorporates many strong practical components.
All students pursuing the Banking Technologist two-year Diploma must complete the following requirements:
An important advantage is that with the successful completion of the Banking Technologist two-year Diploma, the student also acquires the professional certificate “General Banking” of the American Bankers Association (ABA).
The educational objectives of the Banking Technologist two-year Diploma incorporate the objectives of the CBS. The aim of the program is to provide the necessary education, skills and values to students who seek a career in the banking profession in the banking industry, financial institutions, or government.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
|BAN101||Principles of Banking||6|
|CSC100||Computer Fundamentals and Applications||6|
|ECO100||Principles of Economics||6|
|MAT101||Introduction to Business Mathematics||6|
|BUS101||Introduction to Business||6|
|ECO205||Money and Banking||6|
|FIN101||Introduction to Financial Analysis||6|
|LAW201||Introduction to Business Law||6|
|ENG100||English Instruction in Expository Writing||6|
|MAR101||Introduction to Marketing||6|
|BUS251||Business Ethics and Social Responsibility in the Banking industry||6|
|EB202||Electronic Business in the Banking Industry||6|
|MAT201||Business Statistics I||6|
|HIST201||History of Modern Europe||6|
Detailed information is provided in the Section → Academics → Foundation Course