Major of Finance

Discover Finance Major

  • About Major
  • Program Objectives
  • What will I learn?
  • Career path
  • Mission

About Major

The concentration of Finance offered by the Institute of Business at CIC is a wide-ranging major that covers an array of specializations in the world of business, economics, and banking. While accounting focuses on the day-to-day management of financial reports and records across the business world, finance uses this same information to project future growth and to analyze expenditure in order to strategize company finances.


Program Objectives

The Bachelor of Business Administration is intended to prepare successful candidates for successful careers in private and public enterprises, co-operatives, government service, or self-employment and for graduate study. The undergraduate programs in Business Administration aim at graduating students able to:
1. Adopt a scientific approach in thinking and problem solving.
2. Utilize the knowledge and the skills acquired in the specialization field to serve the community and the surrounding environment positively.
3. Effectively interact and communicate with others.
4. Effectively interact with the global developments and changes and explore the nature and impact of these developments and changes to field of specialization
5. Develop the professional knowledge and skills in the business field through continuous learning.
6. Comply with legal rules and ethical and professional standards.
7. Conduct feasibility studies and financial evaluation of investment proposals.
8. Operate and use information technology instruments, equipment and applications.

What will I learn?

The program helps students to understand the process of integration and the application of core competencies and skills in business finance that can be as bases for international certifications in finance. It provides students with an education that emphasizes the concept of financial management, investment problems, capital markets, banking and insurance, business ethics, and decision-making strategies. In addition to the soft and technical skills needed for the market, places are keys for job achievement because these jobs involve managing people and working as part of a team to solve problems.

Career path

The Finance specialization at CIC introduces how to evaluate and control risk, hence it prepares students for a variety of positions in financial and non-financial enterprises. Career opportunities exist in commercial banking and financial institutions and in the regulatory agencies that oversee them. People with degrees in finance have careers as commercial bankers, investment bankers, loan officers, financial analysts, insurance underwriters, stockbrokers, institutional portfolio managers, credit managers, insurance and risk managers, and financial planners.


The Business Administration program is committed to developing the student’s personality and upgrading his skills by providing educational, research and community services that encourage creativity and innovation in line with the requirements of the labor market and provide a distinct climate and advanced programs, in order to achieve competitiveness at the regional and international levels.

Major of Finance

Study Plan

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Semester 1

(ENGL 172) ENGL 101
(BADM 100) Introduction To Business
(ECON 101) Principles Of Microeconmics
(ACCT 150) Accounting |
(BASC 121) Introduction To Statistics
(ENGL 171) CE2

Semester 2

(ENGL 173) ENGL 102
(COMP 202) Computers In Business
(BASC 120 )Calculus for Business
(ECON 102 )Principles Of Macroeconmics
(ACCT 151 )Accounting ||
(BADM 201 )Organizational Behavior |

Semester 1

(FINC 240) Business Finance |
(BADM 200) Personal communication skills
(MRKT 160) Introduction To Marketing
(HUMN 231) Media
(BADM 252 )Production and Operations Management
(HUMN 230 )Political Science

Semester 2

(BASC 220 )Quantitative Methods
(FINC 241 )Business Finance ||
(BADM 204 )Human Resources
(BADM 203 )Introduction to Public Communication
(BADM 202 )Organizational Behavior ||
(MRKT 260 )Industrial Marketing

Semester 1

(BADM 301) Business Law |
(FINC 432 )Money and Banking|
(ACCT 354 )Cost Accounting
(BADM 360 )Supply chain
(ECON 301 )International Economy
(HUMN 239 )Business Information: Access and Use
(HUMN 310 )Human Rights

Semester 2

(ACCT 350) Managerial Accounting
(BADM 303) Administrative Problem Solving
(BADM 304) Leadership in Organizations
(MRKT 332) Marketing Management
(BADM 3620 Administrative Information System
(HUMN 330 )Introduction To Western Civilization

Semester 1

(BADM 401) International Business Management
(BADM 402) Strategic Management
(MRKT 363) International marketing
(HUMN 232) Sociology
(FINC 445 )Money and Banking 2
(FINC 444 )Capital Markets

Semester 2

(BADM 400) Management Of Small Business
(BADM 414) Business Competitive Strategy
(BADM 419) Research Method
- Intermediate Finance
(FINC 446) Working Capital Management
(FINC 442) Long Term Finance

Our Stuff

Assoc. Prof. Tamer Refaat

Vice Dean of Business School

  • PhD in Architecture Engineering, Cairo University, 2010.


  • Master of Science in Architecture Engineering, Cairo University, 2004.


  • B.Sc. of Architectural Engineering, October High Institute for Architectural Engineering and Business Administration, 1999.

Dr. Rania Aly Sokrat

Associate Professor at Business School

  • Ph.D. in Business Administration, Sadat Academy, 2014.
  • Master’s in public administration, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, 2009.
  • Sc. Of Commerce, Business Administration, Cairo University, 1991.

Dr. Rania Taher

Assistant Professor at Business School

  • Ph.D. in International Affairs, Helwan University, 2011.
  • Master “Political Science” in International Affairs, Helwan University, 2004.
  • Sc. Of Commerce, Helwan University, 1999.

Head of Department Message

Prof. Tamer Refaat
Vice dean's Business Administration
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