PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS MAJOR: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS (CODE: 52340120) SPECIALIZED: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

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I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Awarding institution FOREIGN TRADE UNIVERSITY
Teaching institution Faculty of International Economics
Certificate of Accreditation
Name of the final award Bachelor of International Economics (International Economics)
Major + Vietnamese: Kinh tế quốc tế

+ English: International Economics

Major code 52310120
Programme title International Economics High quality program
Required credits 136 Credits
Program duration 4 years
Mode of training Full time
Language of instruction English
Program objectives

 

The program aims to educate graduates with good political, ethical behavior, professional ethics and skills, excellent health, good general thinking, have the ability to solve problems in international economics, fluent in English to meet the demand of the developing country in the context of globalization. The students will have deep knowledge of international economics and how it is applied to the real world, be familiar with quantitative and qualitative methods and fluent in computer skills.
Expected Learning Outcomes Upon completing the programme, the students should be able to:

*Knowledge

Generic knowledge

ELO 1 Formulate good perspective and  logical thinking
ELO 2 Explaining the view of the Party, the Ho Chi Minh’s ideology, the Vietnamese and international legal system

– Intermediate knowledge

ELO 3 Applying microeconomic knowledge to explain the behavior of individuals, firms and the Government in the market economy, and understanding the origins, and the benefits and the model of firms and international economics.
ELO 4  Applying macroeconomic knowledge to analyse the characteristics, the structure and the behavior of the economy in general, and applying international economic knowledge to analyse trade and social policies.

Major knowledge group

ELO 5 Exercising in-depth analysis in international trade
ELO 6 Exercising in-depth analysis in sectors of the economy
ELO 7 Exercising in-depth analysis in finance and international investment
ELO 8 Exercising in-depth analysis in international development, in cost – benefit analysis in the economy

Specialized knowledge

ELO 9 Applying economic analysis methods, quantitative methods, forecasting tools in economic, business, trade, social and environmental projects of firms, banks, financial institutions and international organizations.

* Skills

– Professional skills

ELO 10 Skills of analyzing and synthesizing the materials
ELO 11 Skills of analyzing, solving and making decisions in economics and business
ELO 12 Skills of analyzing, identifying and solving firms’ problems, practising managerial economics, finance and banking.
ELO 13 Skills of identifying and analyzing the effect of economic policies and financial policies on the economy, as well as on financial institutions and firms.
ELO 14 Negotiation skills

– Additional skills (in general)

ELO 15 Skills of self-study and self-research
ELO 16 Skills of planning and working in team
ELO 17 Skills of debate, communication, and presentation.

* Language and Computer kills

ELO 18 English language proficiency (Level 5/6 of Vietnam Foreign Language Competence Framework issued with Circular No. 01/2014 / TT-BGDDT dated);
ELO 19 Proficieny in Microsoft-office IT (skills to use advanced IT in accordance with Circular 03/2014 / TT-BTTTT dated March 11, 2014)

*Capacity of autonomy, responsibility

ELO 20 Having professional competence in international trade, international investment and international finance;
ELO 21 Self-study, accumulate knowledge, experience to improve professional expertise; professional responsibility, to adapt to the working environment;
ELO 22 Have an awareness of serving the public
ELO 23 Ability to plan, coordinate and promote collective wisdom.
Possible employment positions for graduates –       Analysts or manager of the following departments: Analyse, risk management, planning, investment analysis, asset pricing, forecasting, investment consulting, market research at banks, especially investment banks, financial institutions, securities companies and firms.

–       Analysts or director of Analysing and Forecasting socio-economic Department of public sector, non- government organization, multinational organizations and companies.

–       Research specialist, consulting specialist at research institutions, at economic – trade and international finance institutions, lectures and economic journalist at multinational companies.

Opportunity for further studies + The ability of life-long learning

+ Enrolling in local and international postgraduate program of different  majors

Admission criteria/Entry requirements –       Prospective students must be accepted to the full-time program of Foreign Trade University, and have the overall score which must be higher than the required minimum admission score for the high quality program (including bonus points for local areas and national and international awards).

–       Only students, who have the overall score higher than required minimum admission score of the majors having high quality program in each campus, can apply to the high quality program

–       Students admitted into majors having high quality progam can only enroll in high quality program of their faculty.

–       Students from faculty not having high quality program but having overall score ((including bonus points for local areas and national and international awards) higher than required minimum admission score of other high quality programs can apply to the high quality program of other faculties.

Benchmarking programme –       Program of Vancouver School of Economics

–       Program of Nottingham, United Kingdom

–       Program of ESSEX, United Kingdom

–       Program of Colorado State University, United States of America

–       Program of the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

–       Program of University of Queensland, Australia

–       Program of Nice Sophia Antipolis University, France

Educational Philosophy Promoting creativity, liberation and nuturing honesty, humanity and responsibility
Teaching, learning and assessment strategies  *Teaching methodology

–       Academic staff integrates modern teaching methods suitable with credit points system, which aims to help students achieve expected course learning outcomes and program learning outcomes.

–       Learner-centered training is conducted to promote the autonomy of the learners. Academic staff enhance their roles in organizing, guiding, directing, and controlling the learning activities, creative thinking and skills. Therefore, students can control their learning and be active in achieving the expected outcomes in term of the required knowledge, skills and attitudes.

–       The use of active teaching methods is enhanced to improve the self-study and self-research ability; develop creative thinking, practical skills, improve teamwork skills, searching and processing information skills, presentation skills, and discussion skills for students. Improving self-study skills for students is paid further attention to build up habits, passion, and ability of life-long learning.

–       Extra-curriculum activities, internship, field trips are prioritized to provide practical knowledge and professional skills for students.

 * Learning methodology

–       Students need to improve the ability to self-study, self-research, and to work in team.

–       Students formulate their own academic progress and adapt their learning habits into the direction of self-discovery. Students should learn how to self-study, practise professional skills and working attitudes. Students learn how to study independently, creatively, and flexibly.

–       Students must know how to integrate the use of modern technology equipment, foreign language ability, and computer skills to improve their learning.

* Assessment and Evaluation

The assessment includes:

+  Entry assessment

+ Course assessment: Formative asessment and summative  assessment (mid-term and final-term exam). Evaluate students’ progress is conducted by the matrix of score/academic graph/record, which detail students’ competencies through expected learing outcomes.

Academic staff need to use various assessment methods which are suitable for syllabus to implement regular assessment, midterm and final evaluation. Criterias for evaluation are applied consistently in the department and  in the whole program.

+ Graduation thesis assessment, internship report assessment: assessment criteria are explicit and consistently applied throughout the program.

Program deployment guidelines The International Business Economics program is applied for students who pass the annual entrance exam of Foreign Trade University.

Students are introduced to the overview of the program in the Orientation Week and also to how to register for optional courses.

On the basis of approved program, the Department of Undergraduate Studies prepare academic plan for the whole cohort including schedule for classes upon the subsequent course list of program.

Professional departments assign academic staff to classes upon academic plan.

Upon acquiring all required graduating conditions, students will be awarded the bachelor degree in International Economics by the President of Foreign Trade University.

Program issuance/revision date
Issuer Foreign Trade University

II. CURRICULUM

1. Requirements for curriculum

Total accrued credits:                                                            136 credits

(excluding credits of the following modules: Physical Education, National Defence Education)

(1) Generic Knowledge:                                                           46 credits
(2) Intermediate Knowledge: 18 credits
  + Compulsory 18  credits
  + Optional: 0 credit
(3) Major Knowledge 27 credits
  + Complusory: 24 credits
  + Optional: 03 credits
(4) Specialised Knowledge 33 credits
  + Compulsory: 27 credits
  + Optional: 06 credits
(5) Internship 03 credits
(6) Graduation thesis 09 credits

2. Curriculum framework

No Course title Course code Number of credits Time Allocation Prerequisite(s) No

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Hours in class Exercise, Assignment, Field trip Self-study
Theory Practice, discussion
I Generic knowledge   46
1. Principles of Marxism – Leninism I TRI102 2 20 10 15 45 No
2. Principles of Marxism – Leninism II TRI103 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
3. Hochiminh Ideology TRI104 2 20 10 15 45 TRI102, TRI103
4. Revolutionary strategies of the Vietnamese Communist Party TRI106 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TRI102, TRI103
5. Further Mathematics TOAE105 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
6. Introduction to Probability and Statistics TOAE201 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TOAE105
7. Introduction to Law PLUE101 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
8. Introduction to Computer Skills TIN202 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
9. Skills development PPHE101 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
10. English 1 TAN141 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
11. English 2 TAN142 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TAN141
12. English 3 TAN241 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TAN142
13. English 4 TAN242 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TAN241
14. English 5 TAN342 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TAN242
15. English 6 TAN441 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TAN342
16. Logics and methodology of study and research TRIE201 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
2 Professional Knowledge   90    
2.1 Intermediate Knowledge   18      
17. Microeconomics I KTEE202 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TOAE105
18. Macroeconomics I KTEE204 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202
19. International Economics I KTEE216 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202
20. Principles of Finance TCHE302 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
21. Money and Banking TCHE303 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
22. Econometrics I KTEE218 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TOAE201
2.2 Major Knowledge   27    
2.2.1 Compulsory courses   24    
23. Microeconomics II KTEE401 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202
24. Macroeconomics II KTEE402 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE204
25. Financial Economics TCHE341 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202, TCHE302, TCHE303
26. Econometrics II KTEE318 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE218
27. International Finance TCHE414 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE204,TCHE302, TCHE303
28. Risk Management TCHE409 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TCHE302
29. Economic Globalzation KTEE326 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
30. Financial Markets and Institutions TCHE401 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TCHE302
2.2.2 Optional courses   3            
31. Cost – benefit analysis KTEE314 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202  
32. Managerial economics KTEE428 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE218 or

KTEE309

 
33. Corporate Finance TCHE321 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TCHE302

TCHE303

 
34. International Business Transaction TMAE302 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No
35. Principles of Management QTRE303 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 No  
2.3 Specialized Knowledge 33
2.3.1 Compulsory courses 27    
36. International Economics II KTEE316 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
37. Economics Forecasting KTEE418 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE318
38.  

Industrial Organization

KTEE408 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE401
39. Development Economics KTEE406 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE204
40. Environmental Economics KTEE404 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE202
41. Public Economics KTEE407 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE402
42. Investment Economics KTEE311 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TCHE302, TCHE303
43. International Political Economy KTEE303 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
44. International Trade Law PLUE422 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 PLUE101
2.3.2 Optional  courses (choose 2 among 9 courses)   6            
45. Growth and development KTEE409 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE204
46. Trade and environment KTEE402 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
47. Trade and development KTEE421 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
48. International economics negotiation KTEE327 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 KTEE216
49. Financial risk management TCHE409 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TCHE302

TCHE303

 
50. Dispute Settlement in International Trade PLUE409 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 PLUE101
51. Transport and Insurance in international business TMAE304 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TMAE302
52. International payment TCHE412 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 TMAE302  
53. Principals of Accounting KETE201 3 30 15 22,5 67,5 Không
2.4 Internship KTEE501 3
2.5 Graduation (Choose 1 option)   9
2.5.1 Conditional Option 9
54. Graduation thesis KTEE512 9
2.5.2 Option 9
55. Applied Research Methodology PPH102 3 30 15 22,5 67,5
56. Graduation Project KTEE511 6

 

3. Training progress: 04 years (divided into 08 semesters) 

No Course title Course code Number of Credits Prerequisitte(s) Semester
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
I Generic knowledge   46
1.    1 Principles of Marxism – Leninism I TRI102 2 No x
2. Principles of Marxism – Leninism II TRI103 3 No x
3. Hochiminh Ideology TRI104 2 TRI102, TRI103 x
4. Revolutionary strategies of the Vietnamese Communist Party TRI106 3 TRI102, TRI103 x
5. Further Mathematics TOAE105 3 No x
6. Introduction to Probability and Statistics TOAE201 3 TOAE105 x
7. Introduction to Law PLU101 3 No x
8. Introduction to Computer Skills TIN202 3 No x
9. Skills development PPH101 3 No x
10. English 1 TAN141 3 No x
11. English 2 TAN142 3 TAN141

 

x
12. English 3 TAN241 3 TAN142

 

x
13. English 4 TAN242 3 TAN241 x
14. English 5 TAN342 3 TAN242

 

x
15. English 6 TAN441 3 TAN342

 

x
16. Logics and methodology of study and research TRI201 3 No x
2 Professional Knowledge   90                  
2.1 Intermediate Knowledge   18                  
17. Microeconomics I KTEE202 3 TOAE105 x
18. Macroeconomics I KTEE204 3 KTEE202 x
19.           International Economics I KTEE216 3 KTEE202 x
20. Principles of Finance TCHE302 3 No x
21.           Money and Banking TCHE303 3 No x
22.           Econometrics I KTEE218 3 TOAE201 x
2.2 Major Knowledge   27                  
2.2.1 Compulsory courses   24                  
23. Microeconomics II KTEE401 3 KTEE202 x
24. Macroeconomics II KTEE402 3 KTEE204 x
25. Financial Economics TCHE341 3 KTEE202 TCHE302 TCHE303 x
26. Econometrics II KTEE318 3 KTEE218 x
27. International Finance TCHE414 3 KTEE204 TCHE302 TCHE303 x
28. Risk Management TCHE409 3 TCHE302 x
29. Economic Globalzation KTEE326 3 KTEE216 x
30. Financial Markets and Institutions TCHE401 3 TCHE302 x
2.2.2 Optional courses   3                  
31. Cost – benefit analysis KTEE314 3 KTEE202 x
32. Managerial economics KTEE428 3 KTEE202 x
33. Corporate Finance TCHE321 3 TCHE302

TCHE303

x
34. International Business Transaction TMAE302 3 No x
35. Principles of Management QTRE303 3 No x
2.3 Specialized Knowledge   33                  
2.3.1 Compulsory courses 27                  
36. International Economics II KTEE316 3 KTEE216 x
37. Economics Forecasting KTEE418 3 KTEE318 x
38.  

Industrial Organization

KTEE408 3 KTEE218 x
39. Development Economics KTEE406 3 KTEE204 x
40. Environmental Economics KTEE404 3 KTEE202 x
41. Public Economics KTEE407 3 KTEE402 x
42. Investment Economics KTEE311 3 TCHE302 TCHE303 x
43. International Political Economy KTEE303 3 KTEE216 x
44. International Trade Law PLUE422 3 PLUE101 x
2.3.2 Optional  courses (choose 2 courses among 9 courses)   6                  
45. Growth and development KTEE409 3 KTEE204 x
46. Trade and environment KTEE402 3 KTEE216 x
47. Trade and development KTEE421 3 KTEE216 x
48. International economics negotiation KTEE327 3 KTEE216 x
49. Financial risk management TCHE409 3 TCHE302

TCHE303

x
50. Dispute Settlement in International Trade PLUE409 3 PLUE101 x
51. Transport and Insurance in international business TMAE304 3 TMAE302 x
52. International payment TCHE412 3 TMAE302 x
53. Principals of Accounting KETE201 3 Không x
2.4 Internship KTEE501 3 x
2.5 Graduation (Choose 1 option)   9
2.5.1 Conditional Option   9                  
54. Graduation thesis KTEE512 9 x
2.5.2 Option   9                  
55. Applied Research Methodology PPH102 3 x
56. Graduation Project KTEE511 6 x

 

III. COUSE DESCRIPTION:

  1. Principles of Marxism – Leninism I: 02 Credits

The Principles of Marxism-Leninism (1) introduces the basic contents of the worldview and philosophical methodology-the theoretical foundations of Marxism-Leninism. This is the materialist view of material, consciousness and the relationship between matter and consciousness; on the dialectic of materialism as the science of the universal connection and on the development of the general laws of nature, society and thought, includes the principles, rules and couples of categories; on cognitive reasoning; Historical materialism as a system of social dialectical material views, clarifying the origins, motives and general rules of the movement and development of the social history of species people.

  1. Principles of Marxism – Leninism II: 03 Credits

The Fundamental principles of Marxism- Leninism (Course no. 2) include two parts:            – The Economic Doctrine of Capitalist Production Method: Comment on Value Theory and Surplus Value Theory in which students understand the essence of the basic economic categories of an economy. free market competition. In addition, the Economic Theory also explains the transformation of capitalism from the period of free competition to monopoly, state monopoly (late 19th century, early twentieth century) and The basic economic features of the capitalist economy in this period. The study of the Economic Theory enables them to become acquainted with the scientific abstraction methodology to find out the nature of economic problems and to understand these theoretical issues will help. They have basic and basic economic knowledge to study and study economics and economics.            – The Marxist-Leninist Theory of Scientific Socialism: the fundamental content of the historical role of the working class, the necessity, the content of the socialist revolution and the problems. The socialist, sociological and social nature of the socialist revolutionary process, the content of building socialist democracy, the socialist state, the socialist culture as well as the issues of ethnic and religious in Vietnam today.

What is the course about: its purpose, rationale? What are the general topics or focus of the course? How does it fit with other courses in the curriculumn? Who is the course aimed at? Why would students want to take this course and learn this material?It should be about 8–10lines in length.

  1. Ho Chi Minh Ideology: 02 Credits

The Ho Chi Minh Ideology aims to introduce students to the Ho Chi Minh ideology system on the revolutionary road of Vietnam, from the national revolution, the people’s democracy to the socialist revolution. These are the views on national issues, the revolution of national liberation; about great national unity, combining national strength with the power of the times; Socialism and transitional road to socialism in Vietnam; about the Communist Party of Vietnam, on building the state of the people, by the people, for the people; ethics, culture and the construction of new people; training for the revolutionary generation for the next life; on the creative application of Marxism-Leninism in Vietnam; On the quintessence of national culture and intellectual age to liberate people, class and human liberation.

  1. Revolutionary strategies of the Vietnamese Communist Party: 03 Credits

Revolutionary Lines of Vietnamese Communist Party school compulsory part of university training programs.

Module equips students with the basic knowledged about the birth of the Communist Party; the party line during the country’s  leaders, especially the way in the renovation, industrialization and the modernization of the country from 1986 to now.

Module has important implications for fostering trust, striving orientation by objectives, the views of the Party; raise awareness of civic responsibility before the problems posed to the country today.

  1. Further Mathematics: 03 Credits

The courses will cover the fundamentals of Linear Algebra  in the first part, including: Matrix and Determinant; Vector space; Systems of linear equations, Transformations and Quadratic Forms. In the second part, the courses introduces the fundamentals of Calculus: : functions and limits, differentiation of the functions, the functions of several variables and implicit functions; max –min problems; integration; series and differential equation. The courses also introduces the applications of Linear Algebra and Calculus in Economics and Business.

  1. Introduction to Probability & Statistics: 03 Credits

The courses will cover the fundamentals of Probability and Statistics: Probability as mathematical system; discrete, continuous variable and their distributions functions; topics in statistical inference, including estimation, hypothesis testing. Students should know how to use Probability and statistics as the instruments to explain, describe in Economic and Business

  1. Introduction to law: 03 Credits

This course aims at exposing the student to legal and ethical environments and in the world. Students should gain knowledge about fundamental principles of civil contracts and in Vietnamese legal systems.

This course examines the sources of international business law, the relationship between such law and the any country’s legal system, the choice of law in international business disputes, the special issues that arise when doing business with foreign partners, the law governing international sales and the shipment of goods. It emphasizes regulation of business, ethical considerations, contracts, and various relationships which exist within society, government, and business.  Students will develop an understanding of the role of law in social, political, and economic environments.

In addition, this course introduces to students how to start a company (creation of a legal entity). The students must also know the risks involved in creating a company, the advantages and disadvantages of each form of enterprises or companies.

Finally, this course examines the legal framework for the prevention and resolution of commercial disputes in the international context.

  1. Introduction to computer skills: 03 Credits

Introduction to computer skills provides students with fundemental knowledge which helps them improve their computer skills, including:

  • What is information? How is information processed?
  • Microsoft Windows operating system, computer network and the Internet.
  • Learning how to use Excel proficiently in solving problems in Mathematical Economics.
  • Designing slides for presentations.

Throughout the course, students will get exposed to different theories of computers and their applications in our everyday lives and develop proficiency in using computers. Students will also become more aware of the magnitude of Information Technology (IT) in modern world, thereby securing better career prospects in the age of globalisation.

  1. Skill Development: 03 Credits

This course is designed to help students improve their soft skills which are important to their competencies, their studies and careers. Through the contents of this course, students can develop psychological “soft skills” in the domain of human relations such as interpersonal communication, public presentation, positive thinking, time management, conflict resolution, and effective collaboration in team-building skills. This essential suite of courses uses a number of different profiling tools and techniques to help students understand the knowledge and principles before unlocking the key to understanding themselves and others and how best to communicate with others.

  1. English 1: 03 Credits

This course is for first-year students at the first semester of high quality program. This course is designed to provide students with the basic concepts and terms of business English. Lessons relevant to a variety of authentic situations in the field of business help students better know and understand the business terms. Also, students are instructed and practiced in two main skills: listening and speaking. The focus on listening and speaking practice will help students to develop skills to perform effectively in English language tests in the form of IELTS, TOEFL or other 6-level language ability tests in Vietnam. After the course, students can learn and use business English terms and concepts in a number of simple subjects as well as practice reading and writing skills in an academic setting.

  1. English 2: 03 Credits

This course aims to equip students with basic concepts and terminology in business English. Lessons that are relevant to the actual situation will help students the terminology better. Students are also instructed in two main skills: listening and speaking. Teaching procedure and listening- speaking oriented practice in this course will help students to develop skills to do well on English language tests in the form of IELTS, TOEFL or other 6-level language ability tests in Vietnam. Learning and acquiring these terms is essential as it provides students with a solid language foundation for studying subjects in English in the following semesters.

  1. English 3: 03 Credits

English 3 is the module for high-quality class in the second year. Students have already completed two modules: English 1 and English 2 before taking English 3. In this module,  two skills are more focused namely advanced reading and writing skills so that students are able to use English effectively in different situations not only at work but also in daily life. In addition, students have chances to pratice more direct communication exercises as well as online exercises. So, they can improve their English to be able to meet the requirements of the standard equivalent output B2-CEFR.

This module has an important role because of the following reasons:

– Expand and improve business English vocabulary for students in key topics such as education and career, quality and standards, managing people and projects, marketing mix, financial documents and regulations, contracts and corporate ethics, etc. create conditions for students to continue to study subjects in English in the next semester;

– Improve reading and writing skills and study capability and do the English test in the type of different exams (TOEFL, IELTS, FCE, etc.). Through the practice of the skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing scholarly, students have the opportunity to contact and get familiar with academic English which is widely used in foreign universities, help students update with language and the world trend.

– Strengthen students’ critical thinking. These are skills needed in the life and work of the children later.

  1. English 4: 03 Credits

English 4 is the last course of the general English program designed for high quality students at advanced level. The course aims to increase students’ abilities in writing and speaking Business English. Its content is supported by systematic work on level-appropriate vocabulary of various business areas including Training, Employment Trends, Ethics, Consultants, Strategy, New Business and Project Management, on business skill-related speaking tasks involving Networking, Clarifying and Confirming, Resolving Conflicts, Ethical Problem Solving, Negotiating, Brainstorming and Creativity, Chasing Payment and Teleconferencing, and on written business communications skills such as Emails, Action Points, Summarizing Terms and Conditions, Mission Statement, Proposal for Growth Strategy and Report.

  1. English 5: 02 Credits

This course is designed not only to provide students with useful specific knowledge in Business English but also to equip them with the written competence in common letters and business correspondence in particular. Students will have the opportunities to get access to the right format, content and style of commercial letters. In particular, tudents will learn how to write some common bussiness letters such as: enquiries and replies, offers and quotation, orders, complaints and adjustments. Furthermore, students will master the skills in writing application letter and developing an effective professional CV for their job application. Students will explore samples of up-to-date business letters so as to understand the principles of business communication in written forms.

  1. English 6: 02 Credits

This Course equips students with specialized knowledge in the Contractual English language from the processes of negotiation, drafting and interpreting the contract content. Students are introduced with main concepts on contractual language, language of applicable laws and the most popular issues in import-export contracts. Students studying majors of banking and finance, international business and business administration shall need the language skills relating to contracts and rules and regulations in their careers in the future. Studying this course shall help them get familiar with the language of every contractual context and the language on rules and regulations.

  1. Logics and methodology of study and research: 03 Credits

The course Logics and Research and graduate study methodology includes two parts:

The Logics part includes elementary contents of basic forms and principle of reasoning.

The Research and graduate study methodology part includes the basis of studying, methodology to practice learning competence and tertiary learning method; elementary contents of science research, besides identification science issues, features of scientific  research, orders of scientific research, scientific themes, scientific doctrines, methods to collect and process data, methods to present scientific study outcomes…

As a general education course, this course shall provide students with knowledge and skills which:

– Assist students to have an inclination of correct thinking and concise reasoning; which prevent vague reasoning and discrepancy in thinking.

– Assist students to attain basic knowledge about modern learning methods and ability to apply these methods in the course of studying.

– Assist students to attain several basic skills in scientific research; directly help students to be able to conduct essays and scientific themes in the course of studying.

  1. Microeconomics I: 03 Credits

The course provides an introduction to a core area of economics known as microeconomics. It considers the operation of a market economy and the problem of how best to allocate society’s scarce resources. The course considers the way in which various decision making units in the economy (individuals and firms) make their consumption and production decisions and how these decisions are coordinated. It considers the laws of supply and demand, and introduces the theory of the firm, and its components, production and cost theories and models of market structure. The various causes of market failures are assessed, and consideration is given to public policies designed to correct these market failures.

  1. Macroeconomics I: 03 Credits

The course aims to introduce the fundamentals of Macroeconomics, such as the basic fundamentals of GDP accounting, factors determining output, inflation, unemployment, interest, exchange rate and preliminary fundamentals of macroeconomic policies. On completion of this course, students should be able to understand regular macroeconomic phenomena or policies by using macroeconomics tools to analyze and predict the effects to the economy.

  1. International Economics I: 03 Credits

This course is an introduction to international economics, which provides you with the most fundamental and important concepts of international economics. You will understand the principles; basis and patterns of international trade and investment, and then you will be able to explain phenomena and trends in world trade system.

  1. Principles of Finance: 03 Credits

This is the basic theoretical financial module connecting basic theoretical modules with professional financial modules.

The module presents basic theory in finance like: what finance is, functions and nature of finance; financial system and the role of each component in the system; financial markets; time value of money, yields and risks, generalizing the main contents of financial activities in areas such as state budget, insurance, credit and corporate finance.

  1. Money and Banking: 03 Credits

This is a bridging course, connecting foundation courses to professional knowledge courses. This course provides basic theories of money, including: function and development of money, its impact to trade and settlement, the roles of financial institutions, especially the role of banks.  Moreover, this course introduces the role of central bank to monetary policy and its impact to the society.

  1. Econometrics I: 03 Credits

The goal of this course is to support the knowledge of econometrics in a wide range of methods to estimate the economic relations. Given a well-defined economic phenomena, the undergraduate students could use regression analysis to clear the correlations among economic variables. Emphasis will be placed on the students’ablity to understand how to establish a regression model, how to implement it and more importantly how to interpret the results of regression.

Eeconometrics is seen as the dominant method in terms of applicability, accuracy and efficiency by measuring exactly the economic relations in economic science. Thanks to the course, the students know how to use the statistical methods to analyzing the quantitative aspects of economic problems in sector of macroeconomics, microeconomics, labor economics, financial economics, development economics, etc.

  1. Microeconomics II: 03 Credits

This course provides advanced knowledge in market economy, the behaviors and reactions of business firms and consumers in a variety of market environments, emphasizing their strategies for optimization. Moreover, two important topics, which are choice under uncertainty and general equilibrium are also presented.

  1. Macroeconomics II: 03 Credits

This course is a survey of modern macroeconomics at a quite intermediate level. Topics include the neoclassical growth model, endogenous growth models, business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy, consumption and savings, and unemployment. The course is also an introduction to the mathematical tools used in modern macroeconomics, LS/LM model, Mundell-Fleming model, Phillips curve including dynamic systems, optimal control, and dynamic programming. The theory and, economic policy debate will be investigated.

  1. Financial Economics: 03 Credits

This course introduces students to the major theoretical models used by financial economists in the area of investment analysis. The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with basic principles of finance theory emphasizing the theory of the firm’s investment and financing decisions. To accomplish this goal, this course will focus on basic concepts of consumption and investment decision making under risk, market efficiency, asset pricing, portfolio theory and market equilibrium. The course starts with the theory of choice under certainty and uncertainty and applies it to the choice of the investment portfolio. Building on the portfolio theory, risk and return are considered to optimize investors’ utility. Capital budgeting techniques are analysed to understand project evaluation. Capital market and firm valuation are discussed in the later part of the course. The course concludes with the market equilibrium, CAPM and asset pricing theory.

  1. Econometrics 2: 03 Credits

This subject aimes at providing undergraduates with knowledge, methods and instruments of advanced econometrics, such as: multiple regression analysis with qualitative information; regression models for categorical dependent variables, simple and advanced panel data methods.

This course helps students understand various techniques and methods of econometrics, in addition to the knowledge they have studied in the course Econometrics 1. After this course, students can apply various econometric methods in analyzing data in different forms and in different scientific fields. Therefore, this course fits with and is complementary to many other subjects, such as: Industrial Organization, Development Economics, and International Economics.

  1. International Finance: 03 Credits

This course is designed to provide students of all majors with a comprehensive introduction and overview of international finance with emphasis upon monetary and macroeconomic relations as well as capital mobility between countries to explain the real issues in the world and Vietnam relating to the causes of exchange rate movements, the monetary and exchange rate issues and policies between countries, the implications of monetary and macroeconomic linkages between countries, the balance of payments problems, the capital mobility, the international financial markets, the international financial institutions, the financial and banking services integration, and the international monetary system’s issues.

  1. Financial Risk Management: 03 Credits

This is a undergraduate level course designed to prepare students to be a financial risk manager in banks, corporations or other institutions. Through chapters, case analyses, and discussions we will explore issues related to the uses and the valuation of the main derivative financial instruments: forward, futures, swaps and options. The issues cover the trading mechanisms used on derivative markets and explains the fundamental principles underlying the pricing of derivative instruments and their use in portfolio management.

  1. Economic Globalization: 03 Credits

This is a module about global economic problems and potential solutions. This module discusses how economic concepts can be applied to help us understand complex issues in the Global Economy. These include the effects of protection on employment and wages, environment and issues relating to multinationals, immigration, and international competition. It will also consider the role of the WTO and look at the issues relating to the emergence of China. The aim of the module is to give students an increased awareness of these current issues and a framework for thinking about global economic problems.

  1. Financial Markets and Institutions: 03 Credits

This course provides students with the basic knowledge of financial markets and institutions including their functions and roles, how markets are structured and how financial institutions facilitate financial system… Students are also provided with knowledge of how financial institutions operate, why they are regulated and the way they are regulated.

  1. Cost Benefit Analysis: 03 Credits

People make decisions everyday that involve both costs and benefits. Cost Benefit Analysis examines the rationale for government provision of goods and services and presents cost-benefit analysis as a method to evaluate public participation in a market. Policy decisions inevitably require difficult trade-offs. If we devote more resources for one purpose, we will not be able to use those resources for other purposes, including investment in other programs that address similar goals. Cost-Benefit analysis explicitly recognizes these trade-offs, considering whether those affected will benefit enough to warrant the costs of a policy. Such analysis is required to support policy decisions around the world.  This course covers the basic components of Cost- Benefit analysis including estimating impacts, valuing outcomes using market prices, valuing outcomes that are not as easily measured in monetary terms (such as environmental quality, health, and longevity), and addressing uncertainty. Along with other courses, this course supplies students’ knowledge and skills to make the most effective decision for the economy. This is especially useful for those who will work for the government such as ministries, government offices or organizations.

  1. Managerial economics: 03 Credits

This course is to introduce to you a wide variety of problems faced by managers. Dealing with these problems, you will be given the opportunity to develop strategies and tools for solving the problems, including computer solutions which are used by managers every day. Our primary computer tool is Excel. This course helps you become confident in your Excel skills to the point that Excel is your asset, you’re your liability, when you enter the job market.

As the business world requires people to work in groups, a considerable amount of this class focus on group work. In this class, you will engage in implementing projects in group which I assign. All groups must present their results in class. Group performance, class attendance, and final exam compose your final grade.

  1. Corporate finance: 03 Credits

This course is designed as a rigorous introduction to principles of Corporate Finance. It serves as an introduction for those who want to specialize in finance and take more specialized courses in finance as well as other pursuing other principles.

Participants will be trained to master and understand by themselves basic topics and advanced issues such as investment projects appraisal, rate of interest, risk, asset pricing model, efficient market theory.

  1. International Trade Transaction: 03 Credits

A compulsory course that is designed for students from many disciplines. This course provides students with knowledge and skills related to international trade. The program develops understanding of theoretical and conceptual frameworks that enhance understanding of conducting commercial transactions in accordance with international regulations and practices in various forms such as direct transactions, intermediary transactions, re-export, auction, bidding, and franchise. The complex nature of the international business environment is examined, including the effects on international trade of major changes to economic, technological, social, institutional and cultural environments

  1. Principles of Management: 03 Credits

This course prepares students with a comprehensive explanation to management principles and practices. It provides students with an introduction to contemporary management concepts and skills. It also encourages students to apply these concepts and skills into practice. Through the course, students are expected to improve their understandings of management and skills to manage their study and personal lives.

  1. International Economics 2: 03 Credits

This course constitutes the second part of the international economics course. The main objective of the course is to provide students advanced knowledge of the theory and policy of international trade and investment.  This course explains reasons and gains from trade using theories based on the extended Ricardian model, as well as theories based on increasing returns, differences in taste, gravity model, international factors movement, multinational theories. This course is offered to students following the International Economics major and recommended for those who plan to continue their education at the Master program in International Economics.

  1. Economics Forecasting: 03 Credits

Demand of data analysis and forecast in Vietnam is increasing because good analysis and forecast can significantly support the formation of policies, strategies and plans, as well as decisions made by state management agencies and enterprises.

This course is designed to equip students with the knowledge, methods and tools of economic forecasts and business, such as a simple forecast model, forecast method using time series analysis, ARIMA models, VAR models and model integration contract error correction. Data analysis and economic forecast are highly interesting but challenging. This course requires students to spend time training, especially practicing on computer

  1. Industrial Organization: 03 Credits

This subject is concerned with the workings of markets and industries, in particular the way firms compete with each other. It emphasizes on the study of the firm strategies that are characteristic of market interaction: price competition, quantity competition, advertising, research and development, and so forth. Moreover, industrial organization is concerned primarily with the case of oligopoly, that is, the competition between a few firms.

This course fit with and complementary to many other subjects, such as: Microeconomics and Econometrics. This course requires students to study the courses Advanced Mathematics, Micro Economics, and Econometrics first and know how to use Excel and some popular statistics software such as STATA, EVIEW.

  1. Development Economics: 03 Credits

Knowledge and skills to analyse the process and determinants of economic development are important for undergraduate students who wish to become not only researchers but also policy makers and development practitioners. This course equips students with knowledge about process and determinants of economic growth, social development as well as environmental improvement. The course helps students to grasp both development theories and past experiences on economic development from advanced countries to apply for analyzing development process and proposing development strategies and policies for developing countries.

  1. Environmental Economics: 03 Credits

Environmental economics is a science that studies the dependence and interdependence of interactions between the economy and the environment (the life support system of the earth) in order to ensure a stable, Effective, continuous and sustainable on the basis of environmental protection and human-centered.

Environmental economics researches on environmental issues, exploiting from both microeconomic and macroeconomic aspects. Environmental economics focuses primarily on how people make decisions, why they cause environmental consequences, and how they can change the way we conduct our business. Make the environment more balanced, more stable with the desires and needs of us and the ecosystem itself.

  1. Public Economics: 03 Credits

This course studies original research in public economics, broadly defined as the examination of the role of government in private economies or economics of the government. Under ideal market conditions, competition promotes economic efficiency via Adam Smith’s “invisible hand”, leaving little role for the government. In some cases, however, markets fail and government intervention may be desirable. The research covered will be a combination of applied microeconomic theory, e1perimental studies, and econometric analyses.  Topics include cases of market failures such as public goods, monopoly, externalities, and redistribution of income, optimal taxation, political economy and generality about public finance.

  1. Investment Economics: 03 Credits

This course is designed to deeply consider the economics in investment activities from both macro-level and micro-level perspectives. The course aims to equip learners in a systematic, scientific and comprehensive manner with basic knowledge on economic issues in the field of investment, including the general theory of investment and development investment, sources of investment capital mobilization, international relations in investment activities and solutions for effective mobilization of investment capital sources. The subject also provides basic knowledge in the formulation and evaluation of investment projects, the organization of investment management from the perspective of the owner and from the point of view of state management agencies. The course covers the fundamentals of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and equips students with the knowledge they need to further study subjects such as International Investment, Investment Project Management.

  1. International Political Economy: 03 Credits

This course provides an introduction to international political economy – the interface between international economics and international politics. This course is based on the assumption that in order to understand patterns of interaction and change at the global level, we need to look at both international politics and economics in an integrated manner. Students will look at economic issues of trade, finance, production and development, but not from the perspective of economic theory. Instead, we will explore the similarities and differences in the main theoretical traditions of I.P.E. then use those lenses to analyze questions about the world. We look at problems of economic development, international trade (free or fair or both?), international finance, multi-national firms, international constraints on domestic policy, and the power of states in the face of globalization. The focus is therefore on the political problems that arise as a consequence of the increasing density of international economic relations or the other way around.

  1. International Trade Law: 03 Credits

The course is designed to help students get familiar with international trade law in general and WTO law in particular. Students are equipped with knowledge to understand the world trading system and how international law balances trade liberalization with other societal values and interests, such as the protection of public health, the environment and economic development of developing countries. The course also provides the student knowledge and skills in understanding agreements in various aspects of international trade. The students are able to work out the basic principles and underlying logic of WTO law and the world trading system.

  1. Economics Growth and development: 03 Credits

This course will increase your proficiency in a wide range of growth and development as you learn the growth theories and empirical evidences in development of countries in the world. A deep understanding of the development process will create a positive impact on your awareness of development policies. The emphasis in this course will be learning how economic growth lead to development in individual case.

  1. Trade and environment: 03 Credits

This course helps students understand the interaction between trade and environment. In addition, through the course, students will understand the essence of trade management tools as well as environmental management tools, the ways in which trade policies affect the environment and environmental policy affect trade. It also helps students to understand the environmental regulations of the international trading system so that they can appreciate the importance of improving the import-export policy towards environmental protection.

  1. Trade and Development: 03 Credits

The source equips students with knowledge of the relationship between international trade and different aspects of development, including economic growth, structural change , inequality, environmental sustainability…The course also provides an analysis of economic relationship among countries and the evidence of impacts of trade on developing countries’ economies. The courses bases on economic ideas to present various tools for analyzing and working out development strategy for development of developing nation in the globalization context. The course is designed for 2nd or 3rd year students of economics, international economics or international business.

  1. International Economics Negotiations: 03 Credits

This course analyses the basics of international economics negotiations, including characteristics of international economic negotiations, types of international economic negotiations, and specific examples of economic negotiations as well as factors affecting international economic negotiations. In addition, the course also introduces strategies, approaches and techniques of international economics negotiations as well as the process of negotiation in the international economics: from the planning, implementation, closure and examination of the negotiation process. Through the analysis of specific examples, presentations, group discussions, students will understand and be able to apply the knowledge of international economics negotiations in specific situations.

  1. Financial Risk Management: 03 Credits

This is a undergraduate level course designed to prepare students to be a financial risk manager in banks, corporations or other institutions. Through chapters, case analyses, and discussions we will explore issues related to the uses and the valuation of the main derivative financial instruments: forward, futures, swaps and options. The issues cover the trading mechanisms used on derivative markets and explains the fundamental principles underlying the pricing of derivative instruments and their use in portfolio management.

  1. Dispute Settlement in International Trade: 03 Credits

The course is designed to help students to get familiar with international trade disputes faced by enterprises and/or government. Students are equipped with various methods of handling such disputes. Students are required to understand the relevant techniques and institutions, how they work and when they used. The course also provides the student both diplomatic methods (negotiation, mediation, inquiry and conciliation), the judicial methods (arbitration and judicial settlement). Case law relating to jurisdiction of and access to the system and rules of interpretation and burden of proof is extensively discussed. The course concludes with a day-long simulation exercise.

  1. Transport and Insurance in Foreign Trade: 03 Credits

This course involves international transportation and insurance as tools to serve

international sales contracts. Emphases are on arranging transportation process and related

things to move goods from seller’s country to buyer’s country by different modes (sea, air,

road, and multimodal transport). Carrier’s liability and other legal issues in transportation

contracts are also important contents that will be mentioned in the course. Basic concepts

and fundamental legal principles in insurance are introduced to students. Emphases are on

arranging insurance policy in some non-life insurance fields, especially on insurance for

export/import goods carriage by sea in international trade.

  1. International payment: 03 Credits

International payment is one of the professional courses aimed to equip students with knowledge about issues related to international payment context.

The course provides knowledge about exchange rates, types of currency in international payment, popular instruments of international payment in the world, and methods of international payment applied in international commercial transactions. The course also aims to equip students with legal and regulation framework relevant to international payment.

  1. Principle of Accounting: 03 Credits

This module is designed for students with little or no prior background in accounting in general. The main purpose is to provide a basic understanding of financial accounting fundamentals for internal and external users of corporate financial information. Thus, the accounting assumptions and principles, together with qualitative characteristics of accounting information will be discussed in depth. In addition, how economic events of a business are recorded in the four main financial statements (i.e., the income statement, balance sheet, statement of retained earnings and statement of cash flows) will be provided. Students will develop the basic technical skills needed to analyze financial statements through ratio analysis for financial analysis purpose.

55. Applied Research Methodology: 03 Credits

Students are equipped with general knowledge of scientific research such as identifying research problems, researching questions, reviewing documents and listing references.Next, students learn specific qualitative research methods and quantitative research methods. In particular, students practice scientific research skills individually and in group. Moreover, the students also learn how to write a research report.

IV. Contribution Matrix of module/course to ELOs

  1. Contribution Matrix of module/course to ELOs
No Content Course Code Expted Learning Outcomes
Knowledge Skills Informatics, Language Autonomy capacity
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
1 Generic Knowledge (46 credits) TRI102 a a b b c c b b a b
TRI103 a a b b c c c b a b
TRI104 a a b b c c c b a b
TRI106 a a b b c c c b a b
TOAE105 a a b b b b c c b b b
TOAE201 a b b b c c b b b
PLUE101 b a b b c c b b b
TIN202 b b c a c b b b
PPH101 a a b a a c b b b a
TAN141 b b c a b c b b b
TAN142 b b c a b c b b b
TAN241 b b c a b c b b b
TAN242 b b c a b c b b b
TAN342 b b c a b c b b b
TAN441 b b c a b c b b b
TRI201 a a a b c b b b b
2  Intermediate courses  (18 credits) KTEE202 a a c c c c c b b b c c a a a b a a b b
KTEE204 b a b b b a a a a a a a a a b c b a b
KTEE216 a a b b b b b c b b a a b b b b a b b a
TCHE302 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
TCHE303 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
KTEE218 c c a a c c c c a a c b b c a a b b c a b b b
3 Major Knowledge (27 credits) Compulsory  (24 credits) KTEE401 a a c c c c c b b b c c a a a b a a b b
KTEE402 a a c c c c c c c c c b b b b a b b b
TCHE341 a a c b a a b b b a b b b
KTEE318 c c b b c c c a a c b b b a a b b b a b b b
TCHE414 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
TCHE409 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
KTEE326 b b c a a c b a a a a a b a b b b
TCHE401 a a c b a a b b b b b b a
Optional (3 credits) KTEE314 b b b b b b b b b a b b c b a b b b
KTEE428 b b b b b b b b a b b c b a b b b
TCHE321 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
TMAE302 a b b b c c b b b a b b b b a b b b
QTRE303 b a a b b b b b b b b b b
4 Specialized Knowledge (33 credits) Compulsory (27 credits) KTEE316 c c b b b b a c b b a a b b b b a b b a
KTEE418 c c c c b b b b a a b b a b a a b b b a b b b
KTEE408 c c c c b b b b b c b b a b b b b b b a b b b
KTEE406 c b b c c c a a a a b b a a b b a b b b
KTEE404 a a a a a a a b b b c b a b b b b a a b b
KTEE407 b b b c b b b b a b b b
KTEE311 b a b b b b b b b b b b a b b b
KTEE303 c c b b b b b c b b a a a a b a b b a
PLUE422 a a b b b b b b c c b b b b b a b b b
Optional  (6 credits) KTEE409 5b 6b 8 a a b b a a a a b c a b a b
KTEE420 b b b b b b b b b a b b b
KTEE421 b b b b b b b b b a b b b
KTEE327 a b c b a a a a a a b b a
TCHE409 a a c b a a b b b b b b b
PLUE409 a a b b b b b b c c b b b b b a b b b
TMAE304 a b b b b b b a b b b
TCHE412 b b a b c b b a a b b b b b b b
KETE201 a a c b a a b b b a b b b
5 Internship (3TC) KTEE501 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a b a b b
6 6.1 Graduation thesis (9TC) KTEE512 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a b a a b a
OR
6.2 Applied Research Methodology (3TC) PPH102 a c b b b b b b a a b b b b a a a b a a c a
Graduation Project (6TC) KTEE511 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a c a

Remarks:a – strongly related to the ELOs, b – related to the ELOs, c – weakly  related  to the ELOs

 

  1. Matrix of teaching and assessment methodology in relation with expected learning outcomes:
No Content Course code EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES Teaching Methods Assessment and Evaluation Methods
Knowledge Skills Informatics, Language Autonomy Capacity
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Formative Assessment Summative Assessment (Mid-term/Final term)
1 Generic Knowledge (… credits) TRI102 a a b b c c b b a b Lecture, Reading Comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Debate, Topic-based Teaching, Peer Tutoring Class discussion ,Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz Essay
TRI103 a a b b c c c b a b Lecture, Reading Comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation,  Report/Assignment, Class discussion, Seminar Class discussion ,Homework, Presentation, Class feedback, Essay/Summary Essay
TRI104 a a b b c c c b a b Lecture, Experiment/Demonstration, Reading Comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Debate, Use of filmstrip Class discussion ,Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Class feedback Essay
TRI106 a a b b c c c b a b Lecture, Reading Comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Debate, Class discussion, Seminar, Use of filmstrip Class discussion ,Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz Short answer tests, Essay
TOAE105 a a b b b b c c b b b Lecture, Group Discussion, Presentation, Class discussion Class discussion ,Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Class feedback Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests
TOAE201 a b b b c c b b b Lecture, Group Discussion, Presentation, Class discussion Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Class feedback  

Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Presentation

PLUE101 b a b b c c b b b Lecture; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Presentation; Report/Assignment; Debate; Rope playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-assessment; Class feedback Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study
TIN202 b b c a c b b b Lecture, Experiment/Demonstration Class discussion; Homework Multiple choice tests, Fieldwork/practicum test
PPH101 a a b a a c b b b a Lecture; Group Discussion; Presentation; Report/Assignment; Role playing, Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation;

 

 

Multiple choice tests; Presentation; Case study
TAN141 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study, Handbook
TAN142 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing, Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study; Handbook
TAN241 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study; Handbook
TAN242 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study; Handbook
TAN342 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study; Handbook
TAN441 b b c a b c b b b Experiment/Demonstration; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Project-based teaching; Role playing; Games Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Test/quiz; Self-Assessment; Class feedback; Essay/summary Short answer tests; Multiple choice tests; Essay; Presentation; Case study; Handbook
TRI201 a a a b c b b b b Lecture; Reading Comprehension; Group Discussion; Presentation; Class discussion; Seminar Class discussion; Homework; Presentation; Class feedback Short answer tests; Essay;
2 Intermediate Knowledge (18 credits) KTEE202 a a c c c c c c c c c b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises

Class attendance, Summary,

Test/Quiz

Mid-term: Short answer test

Final term: Multiple choice test

KTEE204 a a c c c c c c c c c b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance, Presentation, Homework, Test/Quiz,

Class discussions

Mid-term: Short answer tests and/or multiple choice tests, Short answer test, Essay.

Final term: Short form and/or multiple choice tests, Short answer test, Essay

KTEE216 c c b b b b b c b b a b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance Midterm: Project Final term: Multiple choice questions, Short essay, Short answer test,
TCHE302 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Group Discussion, Reading Comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Asignment, Seminar Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-Assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
TCHE303 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar, Fieldtrip, Games Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Presentation

Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation

KTEE218 c c c c a b c b b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance Midterm: Assignments   Final term: Short answer test  and Multiple choice test,
3 Major Knowledge (…credits)  

 

 

 

 

Compulsory (credits)

 

 

 

KTEE401 a a c c c c c c c c c b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

 

Class attendance, Summary,

Quizzes

Midterm: Short answer test,

Final term: Multiple choice test,

KTEE402 a a c c c c c c c c c b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance, Oral presentation, Homework assignments, Quizzes,

In-class discussions

Midterm: Oral Presentation.

Final term: Short form and/or multiple choice tests, Short answer test, Essay

TCHE341 a a c b a a b b b a b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-Assessment, Essay/Summary

 

Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
KTEE318 c c c c a b c b b b b b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance Midterm: Assignments   Final term: Short answer and Multiple choice test
TCHE414 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar,Field trip Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
TCHE409 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar,Field trip Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
KTEE326 b b c a a c b a a b b b b a b b b Lecture; Practice, Seminar, essays, exercise,
assignments; Self-study with the teacher’s tutorials, Tutorial
Class attendance Midterm: Presentation;

Final term: Multiple choice tests, Essay, Short answer test

TCHE401 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar,Field trip, Games Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
Optional  (3 credits) KTEE314 b b b b b b b b b a b b c b a b b b Lecture,

Practice,

Exercises,

Assignments

Class attendance,

Class discussion

Mid-term: Multiple choice tests; Essay/Written report
Final term: Multiple choice test, Short answer test
KTEE428 b b b b b b b b a b b c b a b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar, Field trip, Games Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
TCHE321 a a c b a a b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar, Field trip, Games Class discussion, Homework, Presentation, Test/quiz, Self-assessment, Essay/Summary Short answer tests, Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Fieldwork/practicum test, Presentation, Case study
TMAE302 a b b b c c b b b a b b b b a b b b
QTRE303 b a a b b b b b b b b b b Lecture, Reading comprehension, Group Discussion, Presentation, Report/Assignment, Seminar Class discussion Multiple choice tests, Essay, Written report, Presentation
4 Specialized Knowledge (33 credits) Compulsory (27 credits) KTEE316 c c b b b b b c b b a b b b b a b b b Lecture,

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V. ACADEMIC STAFF, READING MATERIALS

1.1. List of Academic staff

1.2. Reading Materials

VI. ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

  1. Course Assessment
Type of assessment Formative assessment Summative assessment
Mid term Final-term
Assessment methodology The academic staff decides the following assessment methods (clearly stated in the syllabus) The Department decides the following assessment methods (clearly stated in the syllabus).

 

 

 

The Department decides the following assessment methods (clearly stated in the syllabus).

 

Assessment criteria 1. To fully meet the requirements of academic staff;

2. To summarise the content of the course

3. To conclude the research topics;

4. To reflect self-learning knowledge

 

1.    To present the core knowledge of the module, the definitions, the regulation up to the time of assessment

2.    To explain the knowledge of the module to the time of assessment;

3.    To apply the knowledge to solve simple problems;

4.    To analyze the knowledge obtained by the time of assessment.

To present

2. To

1. To present the core knowledge of the module, the definitions, the regulation up to the time of assessment;

2. To explain the knowledge of the module;

3. To apply the knowledge to solve simple problems;

4. To analyze the knowledge obtained

 

Weight distribution 10% of the total score 30% of the total score

 

60% of the total score
 

Grading schemes

1. The partial score and the final examination score are scaled from 0 to 10, rounded to the nearest 1 decimal place.

 

2. The score of the course is the summation of the partial score weighted with the corresponding weight distribution, then is transformed into the following grade:

a) Pass:                      A (8,5 – 10)     Very good

B (7,0 – 8,4)    Good

C (5,5 – 6,9)   Merit

D (4,0 – 5,4)  Pass

b) Fail:                     F (below 4,0) Fail

  1. Periodical assessment

2.1. In order to calculate the grade point average of the semester, the following conversion is applied:

A         A equivalent to       4

B         B equivalent to       3

C         C equivalent to       2

D         D equivalent to       1

F          F equivalent to        0

2.2. The grade point average of the semester is calculated based on the following formula (rounded to the nearest 2 decimal places).

In which:

– A is the grade point average

– ai is the score for course i

– ni is the number of credits for course i

– n is the total number of courses

 

  1. Assessment for Graduation thesis and Internship report

3.1. The assessment for Graduation thesis and Internship report is based on the Decision No. 1660/QĐ-ĐHNT-QLĐT dated on…

3.2. The assessment for graduation thesis is based on the following criteria:

Format: following the regulations of the University in terms of font, spacing, page layout, page numbers, the display of tables, references, etc.

Research methodology: the name and the application of methodology listed in the report, the appropriate use of the methods.

– Scientific content

+ The rationale, the purposes, the objects, the scope of the research are clearly and correctly defined. The use of the language is correct and clear.

+ The structure: the logics, the consistence, the appropriate name of chapters, the appropriate match between the content and the name of the chapter.

+ The theoretical review is comprehensive, up to date and close to the content of the research.

+ The analysis is clear, detailed and based on the stated theoretical review, outline and explain the weaknesses of the practice, the data is comprehensive and up to date.

+ The solutions, suggestions and recommendations are specific and feasible.

– The references: the appropriate and abundant presentation of the reference is correctly formatted and is cited from reliable academic sources.

– The attendance: based on the judgements of the Supervisor on the working attitute and behaviour of the student (The comments of Supvervisor is enclosed with graduation thesis).

  1. Overall Assessment

– Accumulate the required credits: 136 credits for the whole program

– The grade point average of the program is above 2.00 and is calculated based on the following formula (rounded to the nearest 2 decimal places)

In which:

A is the grade point average

ai  is the score of course i

ni  is the number of credits of course i

n  is the number of the courses..