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There are several reasons why studying for an associate's degree in banking and finance can be beneficial. Here are some of them:


  1. Entry-level jobs: An associate's degree in banking & finance can qualify you for many entry-level jobs in the financial services industry, such as teller, loan officer, customer relationship officer or credit analyst. These jobs can provide valuable experience and a foot in the door for career advancement.

  2. Cost-effective: Our FSD programme is cost-effective and we offer payment plans.

  3. Flexibility: Most of our courses are hosted via live webinars, which makes it much easier to balance work, family, and school.

  4. Transferable credits: Our FSD programme has transferable credits that can be applied towards a bachelor's degree in finance or a related field. This can save time and money if you plan to pursue a four-year degree in the future.

  5. Basic financial knowledge: An associate's degree in banking & finance provides a solid foundation of basic financial knowledge, including accounting principles, financial analysis, and investment strategies. This knowledge can be helpful in your personal life as well as in your career.


Overall, an associate's degree in banking & finance can provide you with valuable skills and knowledge that can help you succeed in various finance-related careers.


BIFS 101 | Business Fundamentals 
BIFS 103 | Spanish for Bankers !
BIFS 104 | Spanish For Bankers 2 
BIFS 111 | Business Calculations  
BIFS 119 | College English Skills 1 
BIFS 120 | College English Skills 2   
BIFS 140 | Basic College Math    
BIFS 141 | Financial Accounting 1 
BIFS 241 | Financial Accounting 2  
BIFS 201 | Business Statisics 
BIFS 211 | Principles of Macroeconomics  
BIFS 212 | Principles of Microeconomics
BIFS 225 | Management of Financial Institutions  
BIFS 231 | Banking Law 1   
BIFS 235 | Ethics & Professionalism  
BIFS 245 | Introduction To Finance   
BIFS 255 | Risk Management   
BIFS 301 | Financial Institutions & Services   
BIFS 302 | Money & Capital Markets   
BIFS 303| Multinational Banking   

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