Business law and financial management fall under the heading of Risk Management, since they are related. This semester’s course is Accounting and Financial Management, which cover topics such as corporate finance, corporate accountability, inter-corporate transfers, mergers and acquisitions, and effective corporate finance. Courses will include Accounting fundamentals, v.2 accounting, Auditing, Liability, Insurance, Public Accounting, Private Equity, Fixed Assets, Market Risk, and Other Legal Considerations.
Students are encouraged to focus their research around four core areas, each with its own focus. The first area is Risk Management. The second area focuses on International onshore Banking. The third area focuses on Offshore Business Risk, and the fourth area is Risk Management in Corporate Finance. The focus of each of these core areas is to address different areas of business law and financial management, including: corporate finance, accounting and financial management, public accounting, and business law. Courses will cover topics such as Bankruptcy, Conflicts of Interest, Income Taxes, and Business Litigation.
Global hospitality law and corporate finance are a few courses that students may want to consider for a business degree. These programs include International Hospitality Practice, General Business Law, and Hospitality Management, focusing on the hospitality industry. International Hospitality Practice examines the legal relationships between companies and customers, while General Business Law addresses issues surrounding various types of businesses, including: manufacturing, retailing, banking, and the food service industry.
The last semester of this four-year degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Students in this program will study management topics such as general business practices, hotel economics, restaurant demographics, and restaurant management. They will also create a specialized diploma called Hotel and Restaurant Management Associate (FRM), which qualifies them for positions in the hotel business. Students will learn about food safety and restaurant financing. The Hospitality degree also provides opportunities for internships, summer camps, special courses such as Global Business and Hospitality Studies, and specializations within the Hospitality degree program.
Students who wish to pursue a degree in Law after they graduate can earn a V.A.S.C. degree, which can be used towards a future career in accounting or law. For those who are interested in finance, a course called Introduction to Financial Management can help prepare them for a career as a financial planner. Students can choose from subjects such as Accounting and Financial Analysis, Financial Reporting, Concepts and Theory, Capital Markets, Dividends and Stock Options, Insurance and Financial Risk Management, Public Financial Management, Private Financial Management, and Statistics on Corporate Profits and Ownership. Students must take an approved V.A.S.C. exam in order to advance to campus semester 2.
Graduates of these programs are well prepared to enter the business world as financial planners, accountants, or business attorneys. Before starting law school, students can complete the Financial Management and Business Law Degree, which are also known as a V.B.B. degree, in about three years.