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AUM American University of Malta Bachelor of Science in Business & Finance
AUM American University of Malta

Bachelor of Science in Business & Finance

Cospicua, Malta

4 Years


Full time

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EUR 2,500 / per semester *


* plus one-time admission fee: 1000 EUR + registration fee: 100 EUR/semester + activity fee: 100 EUR/semester



The Bachelor of Science in Business and Finance is designed for students who desire a solid foundation in business with a particular emphasis on the theory and application of finance. Finance is characterized by a high level of volatility. This is why students will be trained to quickly navigate their way through such conditions by being flexible and inventive. Following graduation, students will have the capability to step into a position in a banking or financial institution and be well-prepared to handle any given task.

Program Details

In the first two years, students will focus on completing the university’s General Education Program (42 US credits / 84 ECTS ), which introduces five thematic areas: communication, data and quantitative literature, scientific inquiry, arts and humanities, and social sciences. In the third and fourth years, students will focus on topics relevant to their major.

Learning Goals & Objectives

  • Teamwork skills: Collaborate for effective presentations and analysis in diverse teams, and develop the interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with others.
  • Quantitative Reasoning and Financial Analysis Skills: Demonstrate the ability to perform basic financial analysis.
  • Research and Computer Skills: Research complex financial reports and synthesize the results. The use of appropriate software, in particular SAS and Microsoft Excel, will demonstrate their proficiency in software for business applications for research and reporting of results.
  • Global Perspectives: Demonstrate an understanding of global dimensions of business including socio-cultural, political-legal, financial, technological and economic environments. Effectively function in the diverse nature of the local and global society and translate that knowledge into improved decision-making. Work effectively in diverse teams to reach sound financial decisions.
  • Ethical Reasoning: Possess the skills to make decisions grounded in ethical thinking.
  • Specific Finance skills: Articulate and apply the principal theories of finance. Apply financial models and analytical tools to solve problems and guide financial decisions.

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