The demand for qualified financial analysts who can contribute to the growth of the financial services sector in Zambia has made it necessary to introduce the BAF degree programme. The collaboration between UNZA and ZCAS presents an opportunity to produce a product that will help raise the standard of financial analysis knowledge and skills in the country and the region.
The aim of this programme is to equip the students with knowledge and skills in the fields of accountancy, banking and finance in order for them to effectively operate in financial systems and similar roles.
Each year of study will be divided into two semesters and full-time students are expected to take four courses in each semester while evening students are expected to take three courses and part-time students up to three courses. Except for Research Methods and Dissertation courses in the final year, the rest of the courses are structured in such a way that semester one courses are not a pre-requisite of semester two courses in each academic year. The course structure is as outlined below;Read More
- Business Communication
- Introduction to Economics
- Cost Accounting
- Principles of Accounting
- Introduction to Marketing for Financial services
- Introduction to Quantitative
- Methods Introduction to Management
- Introduction to Financial and capital Markets
- Financial Accounting
- Introduction to ICT for Financial
- Services Providers Financial Products and Services
- Business and Corporate Law
- Cost and Management
- Accounting Monetary and Financial Systems
- International Trade and Finance
- Financial Management
- Financial Reporting
- Advanced Taxation
- Management Accounting
- Managing Strategic Risk
- Credit Analysis and Lending
- Investment and Portfolio Management
- Auditing and Assurance Services
- Strategic Management
- Regulation of Financial Services
- Research Methods
- Treasury Management
- Corporate Finance
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Financial Modelling and Forecasting
To qualify for admission to the BAF degree programme, an applicant must have any of the following:
- Five credits at ‘O’ Level including English and Mathematics.
- Part or full qualifications in ZICA, CIMA and ACCA.
- Any relevant three year accountancy diploma from a reputable college or university.
- Zambia Institute of Banking and Financial Services (ZIBFS) Diploma in Banking and Finance.
- ZIBFS Advanced Professional Diploma in Banking and Financial Services
- At least three ‘A’ level passes including Mathematics or equivalent.
- Any degree from a recognized institution.
Mode of Delivery
Mode of Study: Full time, Part time and Distance Education
Intakes: Starting in February and August
Teaching and learning methods: Lectures and tutorials, Practical classes, Group work, Discussions, Projects and Case Studies
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