This department was founded in 2012-2013, and since then it opened the door for students to be enrolled. Currently, there are only first, second, and third year.

The department applies the summer training system on the second and third year students, by which they will be enlightened practically what they have learned theoretically.


Missions of the department:

As the economy of Kurdistan Region is growing in all the sectors, the need of specialists in banking and finance is growing too. And this encouraged the University of Sulaimani to open this department which adopts a highly selected programme and provides highly qualified lecturers.

 

The department goals can be demonstrated in few points:

1.      Teaching and training the students to be ready for working in the state or private banks in Kurdistan Region.

2.      Familiarizing the student with the banking system and its services impacts on the community.

3.      The academic programme raises the level of the students' knowledge in the accounting, economics, and administration sciences.

 

The department distributes the duties and activities on three committees, which are:

1.      Information technology Committee.

2.      Lecturers' affairs committee.

3.      Students' affairs committee.

4.      Examinations committee.

 

The academic staff of the department:

In the current year 2014-2015, there are (16) lecturers. (14) of them are Assistant teachers, (1) is  teacher (holding PhD), and (1) Assistant Professor.

 

The number of students:

From 2012-2013 to the present time, there are (251) students. The table shows the number of students in the department:

Year

Male

Female

Total

First

21

32

53

Second

63

41

104

Third

53

41

94


                                                                                                                                                                                         

1. First year programme syllabuses: 


2. Second Year programme syllabuses:


3. Third year programme syllabuses:


4. Forth year programme syllabuses:


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