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The School of Business and Economics presently offers BBA degree in Accounting, BBA degree in Finance.
Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting & Finance) Curriculum
Areas No. of Courses Credit Hours
A.Foundation Courses 4 12
B. University Core Courses 4 12
C. General Education (Compulsory) 7 21
D. General Education (Elective) 3 9
E. Business Base (Compulsory) Courses 6 18
F. Business Base (Elective) Courses 3 9
G. Accounting (Major) or Finance (Major) 8 24
H. Accounting (Electives) or Finance (Electives) 6 18
I. Internship 1 4
J. Community Service (Compulsory) - Non-Credit
K. Career Preparation & Enrichment Workshops (Compulsory) - Non-Credit
Total 42 127

A. Foundation Courses: 4 Courses, 12 Credits

  • ENG 101 Program in Writing and Reasoning
  • ECO 101 Introductory Economics
  • MAT 101 Calculus
  • GED 101 History of the Liberation War and Emergence of Bangladesh

B. University Core Courses: 4 Courses, 12 Credits

  • GED 105 Business, Government & Society
  • GED 110 Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • GED 115 Leadership and Team Building
  • GED 120 Analytical Skills and Creative Thinking

C. General Education (Compulsory) Courses: 7 Courses, 21 Credits

  • ENG 221 English Composition (3 credits)
  • STA 101 Basic Statistics (3 credits)
  • GED 220 Technical Communication (3 credits)
  • CSE 101 Computer as an Analytical Tool (3 credits)
  • GED 225 Bangladesh Studies (3 credits)
  • STA 205 Probability and Statistical Inference for Economics and Business (3 credits)
  • BUS 210 Mathematics for Business and Economics (3 credits)

D. General Education (Elective) Courses: 3 Courses, 9 Credits

  • GED 300 Bangla Bhasha (3 credits)
  • MAT 211 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 credits)
  • GED 305 Introduction to Politics and Government (3 credits)
  • BUS 305 Introduction to Information Systems and Technology (3 credits)
  • GED 306 Introduction to Sociology (3 credits)
  • GED 307 Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
  • GED 308 Public Speaking (3 credits)
  • GED 309 Introduction to International Relations (3 credits)

E. Business Base (Compulsory) Courses: 6 Courses, 18 Credits

  • BUS 310 Business Ethics (3 credits)
  • ACC 210 Principles of Accounting (3 credits)
  • FIN 201 Principles of Finance (3 credits)
  • MGT 201 Principles of Management (3 credits)
  • MKT 201 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
  • BUS 315 Fundamentals of Business Law (3 credits)

F. Business Base (Elective) Courses: Any 3 Courses, 9 Credits

  • SCM 310 Supply Chain Management (3 credits)
  • MGT 311 Corporate Governance (3 credits)
  • MGT 315 Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
  • MGT 320 Operations Management (3 credits)
  • MGT 401 Strategic Management (3 credits)
  • BUS 401 Introduction to International Business (3 credits)

G. Accounting (Major) Compulsory Courses: 8 Courses, 24 Credits

  • ACC 301 Intermediate Accounting (3 credits)
  • ACC 302 Management Accounting (3 credits)
  • ACC 401 Advanced Financial Accounting Theory and Practice (3 credits)
  • ACC 305 Audit and Assurance (3 credits)
  • ACC 306 Taxation (3 credits)
  • ACC 402 Financial Reporting and Analysis (3 credits)
  • ACC 310 Accounting Information Systems (3 credits)
  • ACC 410 Advanced Management Accounting (3 credits)

H. Accounting (Major) Elective Courses: Any 6 Courses, 18 Credits

  • ACC 411 Information Technology Audit (3 credits)
  • FIN 301 Corporate Finance (3 credits)
  • BUS 405 Company and Banking Law (3 credits)
  • FIN 401 Advanced Corporate Finance (3 credits)
  • ACC 415 Quantitative Methods for Accounting (3 credits)
  • ACC 406 Advanced Taxation (3 credits)
  • ACC 311 Internal Audit (3 credits)
  • ACC 425 Performance Evaluation and Control (3 credits)
  • ACC 426 Forensic Accounting and Financial Statement Fraud (3 credits)
  • ACC 430 Public Sector Accounting (3 credits)
  • FIN 430 Public Financial Management (3 credits)
  • FIN 410 Corporate Risk Management (3 credits)
  • ACC 400 International Accounting (3 credits)
  • FIN 415 Financial Management Analysis (3 credits)

I. Internship (4 credits)

The internship is a form of learning that integrates a student’s academic experience with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Participation in this program should be planned well in advance so that this requirement can be completed by the student at any time before graduation. Usually the students take part in this program during vacation periods in the third and/or fourth year of study. The minimum duration of internship is 12 weeks under supervision of an appropriate qualified person.

Internships allow ZUMS students to gain valuable applied experience and make professional connections, while also giving employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent.

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