Degrees & Programs

The Bachelor of Business program in Finance – Accounting major requires all students to complete at least 120 credit hours. It is organized as follows:

  • 30 credit hours applying for all students of TTU (10 TTU core courses);
  • 36 credit hours applying for all students of School of Business and Economics (12 business and economics core courses);
  • 24 credit hours for one of following concentrations (8 courses);
    • Finance – Accounting
    • Marketing & Supply Chain Management
    • Global Business & Management
  • The rest is elective courses (30 credit hours) where the students can take from any school of TTU to satisfy the graduation requirements;

1. TTU Core Courses

The liberal arts education prepares the students for higher education at Tan Tao University. There require core courses applied for all students of TTU as follows:

Code

Course Name

Credits

HUM101

Writing and Ideas

3

HUM102

Culture and Literature

3

HIS101

Civilizations

3

HIS102

Modern Times

3

MATH101

Calculus I

3

ECON101

Microeconomics

3

ECON102

Macroeconomics

3

MGT101

Introduction to Management

3

MGT102

Leadership and Communications

3

Choose one of the two following courses:

PHYS101

Introductory Mechanics

3

CHEM101

Core Concepts in Chemistry

3

 


2. Business and Economics Core Courses

Code

Course Name

Credits

SBE201

Marketing Management I

3

SBE202

Management Information Systems

3

SBE203

Business Statistics I

3

SBE204

Business Statistics II

3

SBE205

Law in Business

3

SBE206

Managerial Economics

3

SBE207

Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

SBE208

Financial Accounting I

3

SBE209

Management Accounting I

3

SBE210

Organizational Behavior

3

SBE211

Financial Management I

3

SBE212

Finance & the Global Economy

3

 


3. Finance – Accounting Major Core Courses

Students must complete 8 out of 10 courses in the Major Concentration Portfolio.

Code

Course Name

Credits

FNA301

Financial Management II

3

FNA302

Money Credit & Banking

3

FNA303

Corporate Finance

3

FNA304

World Financial Markets

3

FNA305

Corporate Treasury & Investments

3

FNA306

Corporate Valuations

3

FNA307

Project & Infrastructure Finance

3

FNA308

Financial Accounting II

3

FNA309

Management Accounting II

3

FNA310

International Accounting Standards & Disclosure

3

 


4. Marketing & Supply Chain Management Core Courses

Students must complete 8 out of 10 courses in the Major Concentration Portfolio.

Code

Course Name

Credits

MCS301

Marketing Management II

3

MCS302

Product Marketing

3

MCS303

Services Marketing

3

MCS304

Retail Management

3

MCS305

International Brand Management

3

MCS306

B2B Marketing (Business to Business)

3

MCS307

Sales & Distribution Management 

3

MCS308

Global Supply Chain Management 

3

MCS309

Logistics & Operations Management

3

MCS310

Project Management

3

 


5. Global Business and Management Core Courses

Students must complete 8 out of 10 courses in the Major Concentration Portfolio.

Code

Course Name

Credits

GBM301

Marketing Management II (alternate code MSC301)*

3

GBM302

Organizational Design

3

GBM303

Labor Relations & International HRM (Human Resource Management)*

3

GBM304

World Financial Markets (alternate code FNA304)

3

GBM305

Corporate Treasury & Investments (alternate code FNA305*)

3

GBM306

Corporate Governance

3

GBM307

Entrepreneurship & Technological Innovation

3

GBM308

Global Supply Chain Management (alternate code MSC308)*

3

GBM309

Advanced Business Strategy

3

GBM310

International Accounting Standards & Disclosure (alternate code FNA310)

3

 


6. Elective Courses

Besides the core or major courses listed above, students can choose any other courses so that they meet the total credit hour requirement (120 credit hours), including 30 credit hours not from School of Business and Economics. The 8 core courses (24 credit hours) listed in the TTU’s and Business and Economics’s core course groups offered by the other schools are also counted toward the 30. Students may also elect any course from any school for which they meet their prerequisites.

In addition, students may also concentrate on their selective areas with the recommended elective courses, or choose other courses offered by the School of Business and Economics as well.