Degree Programme in International Business, Pasila. Financial Planning and International Finance

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1 Page 1 of 75 Degree Programme in International Business, Pasila Accounting and Finance Intermediate Financial Planning and International Finance ACC4LI014 (6 cr) Module of Managerial Accounting ACC3LI028 (12 cr) Financial Planning and International Finance Code: ACC4LI014 Extent: 6 cr (162 h) Timing: semester 4-7 Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Orientation to International Business Environment (IBU1LI059), Establishing a Business (IBU1LI068) and Going International (IBU1LI071) succesfully completed. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student understands the financial planning process of a firm recognizes financial risks and is able to use most important hedging methods is able to make financial budgets is able to take care of financial issues connected to internationalization process of a firm An extension of the principles and procedures of managerial finance. The course concentrates on producing financial budgets, comparing different alternatives of finance and risks connected to different solutions. The changing character of domestic and international financial market is used as framework for the studies. Financial planning as a part of the planning system in a firm. Factors affecting the financial structure of a firm Comparative calculations of financial alternatives International co-operation and its influence on the financing of a firm Financial risks and risk management Developing domestic and international financial markets: e.g. Investment banking, Venture

2 Page 2 of 75 Capital Lessons 40 h (lecturing + assignment feed-back) 2-4 h/week Distance learning 122 h 6-8 h/week Teacher with the main responsibility for the course Pekka Palomäki Pike-Neale 2006.Corporate Finance and Investments, 5th edition. Selected chapters. Shapiro, Alan Multinational Financial Management. Prentice Hall, 7th edition. Selected chapters. Selected articles and readings assigned by the teacher. Written examination 50 % Distance learning 50 % (Team work + exercices) Module of Managerial Accounting Code: ACC3LI028 Extent: 12 cr (324 h) Timing: 6th semester Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Orientation to International Business Environment (IBU1LI059), Establishing a Business (IBU1LI068) and Going International (IBU1LI071) succesfully completed. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student understands planning and controlling profitability at different levels of operations and in different levels of operations and in different business fields is able to solve practical accounting problems in different situations improves teamwork skills develops working life relationships Students learn management accounting tools, methods and how to improve them. The students will be able to analyze the profitability of operating performance through practical applications. The course includes a project on a selected company (in teams). In the project work the students will be presented with a practical situation of one company.

3 Page 3 of 75 Cost concepts and behaviour Cost classification Activity Based Costing Absorption of costs Cost-Volume-Profit analysis Pricing methods Budgeting process Balanced Score Card Contact hours 80 h Distance assignments and project work 244 h Teacher with the main responsibility for the course Jaana Melamies Markku Eerola Drury Management and cost accounting. Horngren & Faster & Datar Cost Accounting. Needles & Powers & Mills & Anderson Managerial Accounting. Handouts distributed by the teacher. Distance assignments 20 % Examination 40 % Project 40 % The course can not be accepted as a whole, unless the project work is presented. In case all other parts, except for the project work, have been approved, the student can, however, receive some credit points. Bachelor's Thesis Bachelor's Thesis Pre-Thesis Workshop Code: THE7LI007 Extent: Part of the thesis process (15 cr) offered as a special support (no separate credits) to the students having started their studies before August 2008 while working on their thesis; compulsory part of the thesis process for students having started their studies in August 2008 and later. Semester: 4-6 Language: English Level: professional studies

4 Page 4 of 75 Three first semester compulsory studies and about 120 credit points completed. The course is highly recommended for the students to support their thesis research process. After completing the course the student has created a clear research plan for the thesis including decisions on the topic, theoretical part and research method to continue the thesis process. Academic Writing To learn: the process of academic writing the appropriate vocabulary and form of expression in academic English to understand how to structure a thesis/report according to academic standards how to transform research outcome (quantitative and/or qualitative) into the appropriate academic format to review punctuation and writing in-text citations and bibliographic entries to practice both self- and peer editing of academic texts Qualitative Research Methods To learn: to formulate research objectives and research questions research design data collection methods in-depth interviewing skills how to analyse data and interpret findings to evaluate validity and reliability of research to report findings Quantitative Research Methods To learn: quantitative research process questionnaire design in line with the chosen theoretical frame and problem setting random and non-random sampling data collection methods to run descriptive analyses to analyse relations to run inferential statistics to evaluate validity and reliability of survey to report results The purpose of the course is to give the necessary research methodology and writing skills to enable the students to write a clear thesis plan. In order to achieve this end, the course is divided into three parts: Quantitative Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods and Academic Writing. Each part covers the necessary theory and/or concepts, but also contains practical application so that participants actually work on their thesis plan as they attend the course with the goal of having the thesis plan completed when the course ends. Therefore, the course serves as a kind of thesis plan seminar to compare work with others, get feedback and answers that are specific to individual needs. Academic writing principles

5 Page 5 of 75 Defining a research problem Research design Data collection options in qualitative and quantitative research Questionnaire design and in-depth interviewing Sampling design and procedures Data analyses in qualitative and quantitative research Reporting according to the HAAGA-HELIA thesis instructions Thesis writing instructions will be applied and mastering the practical issues will be checked through the test in Blackboard. Ghauri, P. & Grønhaug, K Research methods in business studies: a practical guide. Harlow. Pearson Education. Oshima, Alice. & Hogue, Ann Writing Academic English. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education. Study material on the web and handouts provided by the lecturers. Business cooperation Research projects may be sponsored by a company; which is highly recommended. Teacher(s) with the main responsibility for the course Kevin Gore Irma Pulkkinen Pirjo Saaranen In addition to lectures students will work both in teams and individually on assignments using intensively virtual learning environment. Thesis plan P/F Thesis Instructions test P/F Active participation in the discussion and in giving feedback to other students plans P/F Substance counselor will be assigned to a student only if the research plan is feasible and accepted. Bachelor's Thesis Code: THE7LI006 Extent: 15 cr (405 h) Timing: 7th semester Language: English Level: thesis Type: compulsory Most basic and professional studies (about 120 credit points) must be completed. The student

6 Page 6 of 75 should have a topic for the thesis. The student is able to work and solve problems independently. The purpose is to enhance the student's information gathering skills and ability to apply information to solving problems related to international business. The student should have completed about 120 credit points to fully focus on the thesis writing process. Successful completion of the thesis writing process is proof of the student's problemsolving skills and ability to work independently in a disciplined manner. Ideally, the thesis is a professional study based on an actual business environment. It also has the potential for bringing forward new information in the given field of research. Once students have chosen a topic, they are to compile a subject analysis in accordance with thesis guidelines and submit this to their thesis coordinatorâ's mailbox by the due date. There are four due dates each year, which are at the beginning of each term, except during summer. The process ends with the completion of the thesis, which is to include an abstract and a maturity examination. After the approval of the subject analysis, the student is given a thesis tutor and thesis inspector. The student must submit his or her thesis plan very soon after the appointment of the thesis counsellor and assessor. Students can ask their thesis counsellors for assistance in the formulation of the thesis plan. The plan and how to proceed are discussed during their first meeting. Course material See the student extranet: extra.haaga-helia.fi > Units > Business Programmes > DP in international Business, Pasila > Bachelor's Thesis. Teacher with the main responsibility for the course Seija Ranta-aho An acceptable thesis writing process is evaluated by the tutor on a scale of 1 to 5. Maturity Examination Code: THE7LI001 Extent: - Timing: 7th semester Language: English Level: thesis Type: compulsory Course description

7 Page 7 of 75 The maturity examination is defined as follows in the Polytechnic Decree: "For a polytechnic degree, students must write a maturity examination related to their thesis topic, showing familiarity with the topic and proficiency in either Finnish or Swedish." (Council of State's Decree about Polytechnics No. 352/2003). Students with the Finnish or Swedish school background in Finland must write the maturity examination in Finnish or Swedish for providing their professional knowledge and language proficiency. Students with the foreign school background write the maturity examination in English. The thesis tutor provides two alternative topics for the maturity examination. The topics are related to the thesis or the thesis writing process. The text must be coherent and written in good English. The text begins with a title given by the tutor or designed by the student according to the tutor's instructions. The other required text characteristics include proper paragraph division, logical sentence structure, relevant use of concepts, fluent punctuation, correct spelling, and proper use of upper and lower case letters. The text should not include any subheadings, tables, charts or lists. The suitable length is four ruled A4 pages, handwritten on every line. Any general examination day is usually recommendable. You should register for the maturity examination by mail or addressed to your thesis tutor. Communication Basic Intercultural Business Communication COM4LI086 (5 cr) Corporate Communications COM4LI088 (9 cr) Intercultural Business Communication Code: COM4LI086 Extent: 5 cr Timing: Semester 1-7 Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective 1,5 first year compulsory studies succesfully completed. Upon successful completion of the course, the student have experience of working in multicultural teams broader and deeper understanding of culture more than simply differing habits and language presentation and demonstration skills critical thinking and writing on challenging and sensitive topics compilation of a culture-specific training packet aimed at business people

8 Page 8 of 75 The purpose of this course is to present research and concepts on communicative behaviour between members of different cultures and how such knowledge can aid people in their interaction with others to increase effective communication and reduce misconceptions and possible conflicts. Simulation exercises and experiential learning is also another core feature of the course. Through coordinated and balanced multicultural interaction, students expose and are exposed to each other's thinking and behaviours, which forms the basis of concrete learning in this characteristically unconventional area of study. Theoretical approaches to analyzing culture Communication styles Orientation to time and space Material culture Identity History Language Nonverbal behaviors Adaptation Synergy of business and culture In addition to 4 hrs of weekly lectures, students are expected to spend an approximate amount of time on independent study. The final project and exam also increase this amount. Teacher with main responsibility for the course Kevin Gore Kevin Gore Networking Cultural Knowledge. Helsinki: WSOY. The assesment criteria of your performance in this course will be determined as follows: Attendance (30 pts max) 30 sessions x 1 pt/session Points are given when you are present in class. In the case of documented illness, you will receive points. Assignments (60 pts max) 7 assignments Late assignments will receive.5 grade point less per day late, starting from base assessment. Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts Assignment LTA pts

9 Page 9 of 75 Quiz (10 pts max) 100 pts total Grade calculation Points correspond to percentage of effort and involvement based on 100% maximum pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade 1 50 < = Failed Corporate Communications Code: COM4LI088 Extent: 9 cr Timing: semester 1-7 Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Orientation to International Business Environment (IBU1LI059), Establishing a Business (IBU1LI068) and Going International (IBU1LI071) succesfully completed. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student be able: to work within a specific timeframe, employing self-directed leadership to achieve concrete results in a project management format to gain an understanding of the dynamics of organizational behavior and communication to grasp the theory of media as well as its power to diffuse specific messages to solidify an organization and its strategy to transform a theoretical understanding of the scope of corporate communications (eg. advertising, public relations, integrated marketing communications ) into tangible media products such as websites to collect, interpret, synthesize and implement field data into the communications strategy as well as measuring the impact of the communications strategy The purpose of this course is to get hands on experience in planning, producing and executing a corporate communications strategy for an organization. The core idea of corporate communications is to assess both the internal and external image of an organization, gather data on how effectively the corporate strategy is communicated, restructure that message in accordance with the data findings and strategic goals, and ultimately produce and diffuse the enhanced, up-todate message through various media outlets such as websites and videos. Content for corporate communications Communicating Strategically Functions of Corporate Communication

10 Page 10 of 75 Identity, Image and Reputation Internal Communication Crisis Management Content for marketing communications Strategic role and significance of marketing communications Integrated marketing communications The planning process of marketing communications Advertising and media choice Sales promotion and public relations In addition to 4 hrs of weekly lectures or workshops, participants are expected to spend an equivalent amount of time on project-based work. Teachers with main responsibility for the course Kevin Gore (Corporate Communications) Suvi Kalela (Marketing Communications) Argenti, P. (2003). Corporate Communication. Boston: McGraw Hill Reading material provided by the instructors Attendance (20 pts max) 20 sessions x 1 pt/session Points are given when you are present in class. In the case of documented illness, you will receive points. Assignments (50 pts max) Late assignments will receive 1/2 grade point less per day late, starting from base assessment. Assignment-Reading Recap #1 5 pts Assignment-Reading Recap #2 5 pts Assignment-Reading Recap #3 5 pts Assignment-Reading Recap #4 5 pts Assignment-Communication Audit 15 pts Assignment-Marketing Proposals 15 pts Exams (30 pts max) Corporate communication exam 15 pts Marketing communication exam 15 pts 100 pts total Grade calculation

11 Page 11 of 75 Points correspond to percentage of effort and involvement based on 100% maximum pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade pts = Grade 1 50 < = Failed Economics Intermediate International Economics ECO4LI015 (5 cr) International Economics Code: ECO4LI017 Extent: 5 cr (135 h) Timing: semester 4 (4-7) Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Orientation to the International Business Environment (IBU1LI059), Establishing a Business (IBU1LI068) and Going International (IBU1LI071) succesfully completed. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student is able to analyze international economic information and evaluate the economic performance of different countries and trading blocs understands the theoretical background for international economics knows how the economic integration and trading blocs affect the global economy is able to analyze economic implications of free trade and trade restrictions becomes aware of basic mechanisms and functions of international markets for goods and factors of production has the basic knowledge of international trade agreements and organisations can analyze the effects of globalisation on the regional economic development Theory of international trade and the argument for specialization World trade patterns and economic growth Economic integration and trading blocs Protectionism and trade policy Balance of payments and national accounts International financial markets and exchange rate policy International economic organizations and agreements Trade and developing countries Globalization

12 Page 12 of 75 The students work in teams and study in different topics from the viewpoint of the chosen countries and trading blocs. They study economic indicators, productin patterns and trading policies of the coutries and blocs. They deepen their understanding by collecting economic data information and making economic analyses for workshops. They write a report of chosen countries and blocs. They give presentations on international economic topics and their written report. They review international economic news information during the lessons. The course is a combination of lectures, project-based assignments and problem based learning. Tutorials 14 h Lectures and workshops 12 h Presentations 4 h Independent study, project and team work 103 h Examination 2 h Teacher with the main responsibility for the course Matti Perttu Krugman, P. & Obstfeld, M. (2006) 7th ed. International Economics: Theory and Policy. Boston: Pearson. Course handouts and given sources Assessment Team work 30 % Class participation and attendance 30 % Examination 40 % English Basic English Brush-Up ENG4LL003 (3 cr) (HELLI) Intermediate Business-Oriented English ENG1LL004 (3 cr) (HELLI) English Discussion and presenting ENG4LL020 (3 cr) (HELLI) Advanced English Business Communication and Current Economic Topics ENG4LL008 (6 cr) (HELLI) English for International Environments ENG4LI006 (6 cr) English Writing Clinic ENG4LI042 (3 cr) Creative Business Writing ENG4LL056 (3 cr) (HELLI) Course descriptions for

13 Page 13 of 75 Business-Oriented English (ENG1LL004), English Business Communication and Current Economic Topics (ENG4LL008) and Creative Business Writing (ENG4LL056) can be seen in Helli's English course supply. English for International Environments Code: ENG4LI006 Extent: 6 cr (162 h) Timing: 4th semester Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Secondary level of education with a good knowledge of English preferably Business-Oriented English (ENG1LL004). The course raises the student's level of consciousness regarding cultural differences as part of the communication process. The student knows how to find and present information in English and discuss other people's ideas as well as write a report. Upon competion of the course, the student is able to understand and know how to analyze cultural differences know how to give an extensive oral presentation in English master meeting and negotiation strategy and vocabulary know how to write a business report in English apply argumentation skills to real business situations The course is useful for anybody planning to engage in business in the English language. The course takes a look at various aspects of business by adopting a cross-cultural viewpoint. These aspects include international trade with its organizations and globalisation. The focus is on oral presentations and related discussions. Practice of meetings, negotiations and argumentation skills. Related written assignments. Cultural differences Language of international trade Negotiations Meetings Argumentation skills Contact hours 58 h Independent studies 104 h

14 Page 14 of 75 The student gives two oral presentations, one on international business or trade and one on cultural differences, participates in panel discussions, meetings and negotiations and does written assignments. Teachers with the main responsibility for the course Pekka Rasku & Marjaliisa Ekroth Articles of current interest Related videos and dvds Material produced by the teacher and the students Reading list recommended by the teacher Regular attendance and active participation in class Successful completion of the assignments Test English Writing Clinic Code: ENG4LI042 (or ENG4LL042) Extent: 3 cr (81 h) Timing: 5th semester Language: English Level: professional studies Type: elective Good skills in English The course is aimed at those who wish to improve their English expression in writing and who need help and feedback on their writing in English. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student understands grammatical rules can apply these to his/her writing knows where to look for help in idiomatic expressions, the use of prepositions and word choice understands the importance of the flow and accuracy of the text can build a structurally correct sentence in English and produce well balanced matter-offact text Producing English text related to the student's own work, such as writing a report or similar. Feedback and practice on editing texts. Learning to use dictionaries, other tools and source

15 Page 15 of 75 material. Three written assignments with practice and feedback 14 contact hours (a writing clinic with small group work based on participants' own texts and a few lectures on grammar and sentence structure), independent work 67 h (producing and editing one's own text on the basis of the feedback given) Teachers with the main responsibility for the course Marjaliisa Ekroth Leena Virtamo Hewings, M Advanced grammar in use. New York, Cambridge University Press. Assessment is based on the quality of the writing produced during the course and on active participation during contact sessions. Written texts 75 % Participation 25 % Finnish Basic Finnish for Exchange Students 1, FIN4LI010 (3 cr) Finnish for Exchange Students 2, FIN4LI020 (3 cr) Intermediate Introduction to the Finnish Language 1, FIN4TF001 (3 cr) Introduction to the Finnish Language 2, FIN4TF002 (3 cr) Advanced Finnish 3 FIN4TF003 (3 cr) Finnish 4 FIN4TF004 (3 cr) Finnish 5 FIN4TF005 (3 cr) Finnish 6 FIN4TF006 (3 cr) Finnish 7 FIN4TF007 (3 cr) Finnish 8 FIN4TF008 (3 cr) Course descriptions for Introductin to Finnish Language 1 (FIN4TF001), Introduction to Finnish Language 2 (FIN4TF002),

16 Page 16 of 75 Finnish 3 (FIN4TF003), Finnish 4 (FIN4TF004), Finnish 5 (FIN4TF005) and Finnish 6 (FIN4TF006) can be seen in Bite's Finnish course supply. Finnish for Exchange Students 1 Code: FIN4LI010 Extent: 3 cr (81 h) Timing: - Language: English and Finnish Level: core studies Type: elective No previous knowledge of Finnish. Upon succesful completion of the course, the student Knows how to pronounce Finnish words Is able to understand and produce very simple spoken and written sentences in easy everyday situations Gets an idea of the nature of Finnish language and learns strategic skills of learning Finnish This course is for exchange students only. It is an introduction to the Finnish language and culture. The course includes contact teaching and independent studies (homework, preparation for lessons and examination). Pronunciation Greetings and other key phrases Introducing oneself (home country, nationality, language skills etc.) Numbers (prices etc.) Food Days of the week, seasons of the year Time Weather Verb conjugation in present tense (types 1 3) Asking questions and responding to them Cultural aspects Information about Finland Contact hours (4 h / week) 32 h Independent studies (6 h / week) 49 h Teachers with the main responsibility of the course

17 Page 17 of 75 Hanna Tani & Sirkka Kortetjärvi-Nurmi Teacher's material Active participation, small tests and assignments 30 % Final examination 70 % Finnish for Exchange Students 2 Code: FIN4LI020 Extent: 3 cr (81 h) Timing: - Language: English and Finnish Level: core studies Type: elective Finnish for Exchange Students 1 Upon succesful completion of the course, the student Will increase his/her knowledge of the Finnish language and Finland Is able to describe persons and things, order e.g. in a restaurant and tell, in simple sentences, about his/her daily routine This course is for exchange students only. It is a continuation of the course FIN10I. The course includes contact teaching and independent studies (homework, preparation for lessons and for examination). Adjectives Colours Vocabulary related to shopping and ordering Verb conjugation in present tense (types 4, 5) The partitive case of nouns The local cases of nouns (Where? Where from? Where to?) Cultural aspects Information about Finland Contact hours (4 h / week) 32 h Independent studies (6 h / week) 49 h The teachers with the main responsibility for the course

18 Page 18 of 75 Hanna Tani Leila White: From Start to Finnish. A short course in Finnish. Finn Lectura. Chapters Teacher's material Active participation, small test and assignments 30 % Final examination 70 % French Basic French for Beginners FRE4LL005 (6 cr) (HELLI) Intermediate Intermediate French FRE4LI006 (6 cr) Business French FRE4LI007 (6 cr) Advanced French Conversation FRE4LI003 (3 cr) Course description for French for Beginners (FRE4LL005) can be seen in Helli's French course supply. Look for more French studies from Mubba's French course supply. French Conversation Code: FRE4LI003 Extent: 3 cr (81 h) Timing: semester 1-7 Language: French and English Level: advanced studies Type: elective This course is designed for students who possess a good knowledge of French grammar, vocabulary and pronounciation. Ideally, students should take this course after passing Intermediate French (RAN4LI006) and Business French (RAN4LI007).

19 Page 19 of 75 Upon succesful completion of the course, the student is able to communicate and debate in French without any major difficulties. Students comment upon main news topics Discussion on a variety of topics chosen and presented by students Debating, role plays of various social situations, language games, videos in French (films and short programmes shown on the French speaking Channel TV5), and more on request 46 contact hours 32 h self-study Teachers with the main responsibility for the course Laurianne Bellotti No books required. The course material is a compilation of documents based on several books, newspapers, magazines etc. which will be handed out throughout the course. Oral presentation 20 % Attendance, class participation and preparation of activities 80 % Intermediate French Code: FRE4LI006 Extent: 6 cr (162 h) Timing: 4th semester Language: English and French Level: intermediate studies Type: elective This course is designed for students who have passed the French for Beginners (FRE4LL005) or those who wish to review what they studied in high school. The course aims at providing participants with more advanced language tools which will enable them to communicate in both general and work-related situations. Communication: (among others) asking for and giving directions (revision), travelling around in Paris and

20 Page 20 of 75 other places, more phone conversations, eating out, talking about food, saying what you like and dislike, describing people, buying and ordering products. Grammar: (among others) revision of the basics (see FRE4LI005), more irregular verbs in the present tense; future tense; past tenses, conditional tense (introduction), adverbs, more advanced negative structures, quantities. 64 contact hours 92 h self-study Teachers with the main responsibility for the course Laurianne Bellotti Gruneberg Anne & Tauzin Beatrice. Comment vont les Affaires? Manchette (publisher). Exams 80 % Class participation and homework 10 % Essays and other assignments 10 % Business French Code: FRE4LI007 Extent: 6 cr (162 h) Timing: 3rd semester Language: French and English Level: core studies Type: elective This course is designed for students who have passed Intermediate French (FRE4LI006) or for those who have a fairly good command of French grammar. Acquaint the student with business terminology in French Deepen the student's oral and writing skills in French Develop awareness of cultural differences between some countries of the French-speaking world and their country of origin Developing the ability of student to be self-sufficient in specific business situations (phone, mails, CV:s, formal letters, conversation, interviews etc.) An oral presentation on a relevant company, prepared by the students Advanced grammar and vocabulary exercises

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