The financial planning major is one of the most important economics and business specializations in the field of business. The scheme plays an important role in predicting the necessary information, which often represents the basis for the administrative decision in institutions and the state, and the basis for investment decisions of external stakeholders regarding the extent to which they employ financial resources in the organization. Therefore, preparing an efficient financial plan with the required numbers in the labor market is a contribution to providing the factors that enhance the national economy and responding to the organizations' needs for qualified workers.
The Bachelor's Program in Financial Planning is an integrated program that is implemented through a plan of study that extends over the course of 8 semesters, providing the necessary knowledge and skills for human resources that are assigned to work in organizations and their responsibilities. In order to support economic institutions with expertise and qualifications specialized in the field of planning and able to manage the economic wheel according to plans based on sound scientific method and to be of a high degree of accuracy so as to achieve the desired goals. Therefore, the program aims to make the student able to improve his skills to the maximum degree of effectiveness in order to face the challenges of knowledge and modern developments, and aims to build a model person who is able to assume his responsibilities towards his society.
Where the graduate of the program in the organization to which he joins is able to provide advisory services and local expertise in the field of financial planning so that he achieves a position in this field. Distinguished experiences that contribute to raising the level of the educational process
Achieving a level of knowledge among students in the field of financial planning in both practical and theoretical aspects
Qualifying students to enroll and pursue their postgraduate studies.
Creativity and innovation in teaching students to enable students to keep up with the needs of the labor market.
The department seeks to develop the quality of education in the department and to launch in the future towards studies and consultations that contribute to serving the local community.
Enabling the student to acquire a sufficient amount of knowledge and economic sciences in general, in theory and practice; Quantitative and analytical.
Creating new solutions to contemporary economic problems.
Studying the current economic crises and deducing innovative methods to overcome and solve them.
Preserving the wealth of the country and its citizens by mastering the use of advanced methods
Bachelor's degree holders are qualified to work in banks and investment companies and how to manage various institutions, keeping pace with global developments and successive developments in the world of finance and business.
Bachelor of Financial Planning
The advanced student holds a high school diploma with a good general grade in the scientific department
The capacity of the program to absorb the demand according to the available capabilities
Passing the Principles of Financial Planning course with a good general grade
Passing 28 credits
That the student has not been dismissed from another university or institute for disciplinary reasons
The Bachelor in Financial Planing prepares students to qualify for Bachelor in Financial Planing . The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.
It comprises 8 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 139 units, which include 52 units of general subjects, and 60 major units, 12 of elective units. In addition to a final project in the student's major.
Study plan for this program is shown below:
|ACC131||Principles of Accounting II||03||General||+|
The student recognizes the reasons for the need for settlement entries, the student understands how to prepare settlement entries, and the existence of more than one method, and the student recalls the importance of accounting principles and assumptions and their impact on the settlement process, and the student explains the reason for the balance (or imbalance) of the settlement list and the statement of financial position The student recognizes the reasons for the need for settlement entries, the student understands how to prepare settlement entries, and the existence of more than one method, and the student recalls the importance of accounting principles and assumptions and their impact on the settlement process, and the student explains the reason for the balance (or imbalance) of the settlement list and the statement of financial
After successfully passing all the requirements of this course, the student will be able to identify the nature of economics and the theoretical foundations necessary to understand the nature of economic activity and analyze economic relations at the micro level and understand the mechanism by which the economy works through studying the theory of demand, supply, production, costs and markets and explain the behavior of the units The economic worker in the economy and explains how equilibrium is achieved in the market and how the consumer achieves maximum satisfaction and the producer achieves maximum profitsAcquires the necessary skills that enable him to link the theoretical aspects that will be addressed through the lectures with the reality in which he lives and is affected by it.
|ACC 130||Accounting Principles I||03||General||+|
Defining the science of accounting, the principles and assumptions that govern it, the accounting cycle, the budget equation, the basics of preparing the double entry, distinguishing between debit and credit accounts, determining the effect of transactions on the budget equation, recording and posting entries in the accounting books with the preparation of the trial balance and the preparation of financial statements (income statement, and the position list financial) and discover accounting errors and treat them
This course aims to introduce the student to the basics of mathematical analysis, and to provide him with some knowledge that helps him understand some of the basics of other subjects. In this course, the student will also learn to use the calculator and benefit from it in practice, and make the student able to link between mathematical methods and other fields.
This course is concerned with introducing the student to financing and its objectives, and what are the tasks assigned to financial managers, as well as knowing the sources of financing, financial intermediaries, and sources of Islamic financing. It also explains the definition of ordinary and preferred shares, advantages and disadvantages, and determining the cost of each, It also explains the concept of bonds, long-term loans, leasing and retained earnings, and determining their costs.
|MAN120||Principles of business administration||03||Compulsory||+|
|ST140||Principles of Statistics 1||03||General||+|
This course enables the student to use statistical measures and apply them to the studied phenomena, and acquires the initial knowledge of the rules of statistical analysis. In addition, the student will learn about the importance of statistics in practice and its keeping pace with scientific developments. As a result of this course, the student should deduce the significance of numbers in statistics.
This course aims to familiarize the students with the main topics of political science, and considering its all different branches. Also, preparing students to have the required knowledge in order to be able to study political science deeply, and qualifying them to understand the main terms and concepts used in the field of political science.
Teaching students the importance of planning, which is represented in achieving the goals of balanced development through a future outlook and achieving total and partial balance, in addition to defining planning and its justifications and stages of development, as well as identifying the types of planning and the stages of the planning process, and the methods used in the planning process Knowing how to set plans and follow them up
|ST141||Principles of Statistics 2||03||General||ST140||+|
The course aims to introduce students to the foundations and rules of probability and its theories, and how to benefit from analytical statistics in various fields. Then the student learns how to apply analytical statistics, its applications, and its relationship to mathematical foundations, and the student deduces the significance of numbers in the science of statistics.
The course aims to provide the student with the necessary information to prepare administrative plans for the development of administrative work, in addition to identifying the difficulties facing administrative work to perform administrative functions and studying the proposed scientific solutions, as well as knowing the basic concepts related to the areas of administrative planning, its components and methods of activating it, and addressing other topics related to administrative development.
|ECO111||Economics Principles 2||03||Compulsory||ECO110||+|
|MAN121||Principes of business administration||03||Compulsory||+|
|PLA 370||operational planning||03||Compulsory||PLA271||+|
This course aims to introduce the concept of operational planning as one of the modern sciences used to draw and implement economic plans for projects, organizations and institutions to implement the specific objectives of the set plan and ensure its implementation in a way that helps rationalize the use of the organization’s resources to ensure optimal performance towards achieving the objectives and helps to determine planning budgets.
|PLA 373||Public money planning||03||Compulsory||PLA170||+|
The course determines how to be able to get acquainted with the concept of public money, its components and related aspects, and discuss economic policies and the relationship between them according to different economic systems, in addition to identifying and discussing the basic aspects of planning public money, and clarifying some relationships such as indicators of public expenditure and public revenue and their relationship to planning
|PLA470||Computer applications in planning||03||Compulsory||PLA170||+|
Introducing the student to the concept of computer applications in planning, in addition to the methods of using computers in programs related to the financial planning process, and the best methods used in preparing and printing any report in the field of financial planning.
|PLA371||Human resource planning||03||Compulsory||ECO111||+|
The course aims to know the foundations, methods and methods of manpower planning and development at the state and institutional levels. Enabling the student to become familiar with the concept and importance of human resource planning. That the student be able to know the rights and duties of workers.
The course aims to introduce the student to how to assist senior management in formulating and defining marketing objectives, and assisting in the best coordination of marketing efforts, in addition to helping to face emergency conditions, as well as raising the level of performance of marketing activity and Improve control process .
|PLA376||Indicators of economic development||03||Compulsory||PLA271||+|
Introducing the concept of economic development, and the importance of development in economic policies, in addition to introducing students to the objectives and requirements of economic development. In addition to the definition of the term economic growth. And also study the indicators through which the development process can be measured and evaluated.
|PLA 372||Project planning||03||Compulsory||PLA170||+|
The course aims to provide the student with the ability to identify the basic concepts and principles of project planning, to teach the student the importance of distinguishing between private and public projects, the factors influencing the selection of projects and the parties related to projects, to define the importance of project management and organizational structures and to distinguish between them, and to clarify the role of the project manager and the work team.
|PLA 277||Financial analysis||03||Compulsory||+|
The course aims to understand the components and types of financial statements and how to prepare them. Learn how to perform analytical operations for lists and link them. In addition to the ability to use financial analysis tools in analytical operations. Preparing financial reports that show the true financial position of the facility and the efficiency of management, with the ability to predict the financial failure of projects.
|PLA276||Investment planning and evaluation||03||Compulsory||+|
This course defines the basic concepts and principles of investment planning and evaluation, while identifying the types of investments and distinguishing between them. In addition to the ability to understand investment aspects and their contribution to economic development.
|PLA278||Financial Planing||03||Compulsory||PLA 277||+|
This course aims to identify the concept of financial planning and manifestations of financial failure, in addition to the methods used to estimate needs and how to prepare different estimated budgets.
|PLA472||Planning of production operations||03||Elective||+|
The course aims at defining the planning of production processes and how to follow them up, setting production plans and facilitating the production process, and working to link planning with the parties related to the production process.
This course defines an understanding stages of data collection, analysing and solving linear programming problems. It also aims to form technical planning staff capable of participating in preparing and building plans at all levels.
The course determines how to identify the formulation and setting of marketing objectives by senior management and help to better coordinate marketing efforts and face emergency circumstances in order to raise the performance level of marketing activity and improve the control process.
|PLA274||Strategic Planning 1||03||Compulsory||+|
The course aims to identify the elements of strategic planning With introducing the student to information about the decision-making process that is related to the growth of the organization in the field of strategic planning and implementation of the strategy.
|PLA379||Industrial project planning||03||Elective||PLA271||+|
This course aims to be able to get acquainted with the concept of planning industrial operations and its components and related aspects, and to develop industrial plans and facilitate the industrial process, and the student's ability to understand strategies that facilitate industrial operations, and to introduce students to the types of industries and their importance in economic development.
|PLA 375||Financial policies and budget preparation||03||Compulsory||+|
Identifying the concept of economic policies and their tools, studying the manifestations of imbalance in the macro-economy with identifying the financial policies followed for imbalance, as well as studying the relationship between fiscal and monetary policies in the economy and its mechanism of action.
|PLA275||Strategic Planning 2||03||Compulsory||PLA274||+|
This course is an extension of Strategic Planning 1 and complements the student's information about strategic planning. It gives a clearer picture of the objectives of strategic planning. Its importance to the organization in making future decisions
The course aims to unify scientific knowledge about economic activity, and contribute to the creation of cadres capable of dealing with various issues in the field of national accounts, in addition to enabling students to become familiar with the methods of preparing national accounts and analyzing their contents, and creating cadres capable of extracting economic and development indicators and raising planning capacity
|PLA273||Building planning models||03||Compulsory||+|
This course aims to identify how to put statistics and digital data into models. It also aims to facilitate the reformulation of the plan through models that reflect the ability of the economy to achieve the requirements of economic development and knowledge of statistical and economic models.
Defining the different cost concepts and how to measure and distinguish between them, and identify the different concepts of returns and methods of measuring them, then be able to estimate the costs and returns of a policy in monetary terms and clarify whether the policy, project or investment has returns greater than the costs and the analysis is as good as the quality of the data, and the ability to analyze The costs and benefits of any investment decision to analyze which decisions to make and which to let go