Analyzing Bank and Other Financial Institution Subject at Undergraduate Program
The banking industry has undergone major changes in recent years. The industry is becoming more competitive due to the deregulation of the rules. Currently, the bank has flexibility in the services they offer, the location where they operate, and the rates they pay to depositors.
In general, bank is an entity that has the authority and functions to raise funds to be distributed to people who need funding. Hence, the knowledge of banks and financial institutions are important for being taught in graduate programs so that the young generation can have clear view of the banking systems in our country.
This research compares students intentions and behaviours before and after taking the course. The intended outcome is to see whether Bank and Other Financial Institutions course is quite effective in affecting students intention to work in banking institutions. The sample used was 25 students of Business Administration international class, with confirmatory factor analysis as a data processing method.
Topic: Economic and Finance in Education