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IIHEM Programs

Le systme de formation nord-amricain adopt par lIIHEM se distingue des autres coles et offre aux tudiants une grande flexibilit. Amina & Radia Saadaoui, IIHEM Laureates - 2010

Finance

Program Content

The field of finance is concerned with how businesses raise and invest capital, and how financial resources are allocated in order to create value and improve the performance of a business. Finance is also concerned with financial markets and investment evaluation for resource allocation in real and financial assets.

Finance and Management education is designed to prepare students for an active role in the financial management of all types of businesses, firms and financial institutions. It also prepares them for assuming management roles in businesses, applying their financial and management skills to the operational and strategic success of the firm.

In addition to the core of basic business courses (common core and fundamental courses) which the Institute considers essential to the study of any field of business, students majoring in Finance at IIHEM are required to study the analysis of financial statements for decision making and the financial problems that managers face in their day-to-day activities. Topics covered include capital budgeting, project cost of capital, dividend policy, debt policy, leasing policy, option pricing, different types of investments and their relative merits, asset and liability management, portfolio management and the stock market. At the international level, students study the institutions and procedures that make up the international finance market and learn to identify opportunities and detect potential problems.

FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
ECO100 Economics I : Principles of Microeconomics ECO110 Economics II : Principles of Macroeconomics
MNG100 Introduction to Social Psychology ACC200 Financial Accounting I
CMP120 Computer Information Systems Applications MNG200 Introduction to Management
MAT100 Calculus I CMP150 Advanced Computer Information Systems Applications
MAT120 Applied Matrix Algebra I MAT110 Calculus II
ENG100 Fundamental Reading and Writing Skills MAT130 Selected Topics in Mathematics
AF100 Techniques de Communication ENG110 Freshman Composition

SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
ACC250 Financial Accounting II FIN330 Principles of Corporate Finance
ACC210 Principles of Managerial Accounting ECO300 Money and Banking
MRK200 Marketing : Principles and Policies MNG300 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
CMP130 Introduction to Computer Programming STA315 Applied Statistics
STA200 Elementary Statistics CMP250 Computer Information Systems Development
ENG201 Advanced Reading and Writing ENG210 Analytical Reading and Writing Skills

THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER 5 SEMESTER 6
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
FIN360 Intermediate Financial Management FIN460 Financial Statements Analysis
ACC300 Intermediate Accounting ACC320 Cost Accounting
MNG325 Business Law and Legal Environment of the Company MNG440 Human Resources Management
MRK300 Buyer Behavior CMP422 Management Information Systems
POM320 Production and Operations Management I PFE Stage PFE (corresponding to 2 modules)
MNG400 Business Communication

FOURTH YEAR

SEMESTER 7 SEMESTER 8
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
FIN400 International Corporate Finance FIN410 Investment Management
FIN500 Empirical Methods in Finance FIN470 Case Problems in Finance
ACC350 Moroccan Business Environment : Accounting & Taxation CMP460 E-Business Programming
POM410 Project Management MNG430 Small Business Strategy
MNG480 International Business MNG450 Strategic Management
MNG465 Management Analytical Skills MNG410 Advanced Business Communication

FIFTH YEAR

SEMESTER 9 SEMESTER 10
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
FIN504 Financial Management FIN595 Capstone Project in Finance
FIN511 Investments
FIN575 Financial Management of Financial Institutions
FIN512 Derivatives & Securities Analysis
STA578 Statistical Analysis
MRK521 Marketing Management

Employment Opportunities

This major prepares graduates for careers in positions such as financial managers, controllers, financial analysts, financial consultants, treasurers, credit managers, cash managers, risk and insurance managers, internal auditors and other related positions.

Graduate Education In Finance

Holders of Finance diplomas may wish to pursue advanced studies in specialized fields related to their fields of study. Many universities offer graduate programs, leading to Master's degrees. Among the degree programs that can be pursued are the following:

  • MBA in Finance
  • Master Financial Management
  • Master of Science in International Finance
  • Master in Financial engineering
  • Master Investment Management
  • Master in Accounting (MACC)

Most of the above Master's programs also have a continuation path to a Doctoral program.