Valuation

INTRODUCTION

The UEH’s Valuation is designed based on the curriculum of the top 200 universities in the world.

The program is equipped with basic knowledge, system and modernity, the ability to analyze, research, formulate policies and solve problems to integrate into the labor market on valuation. Students are provided the knowledge and skills to independently valuate assets such as real estate, plant and equipment, business and intangible assets.

Graduates can continue to study at a higher level in the field of valuation.

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Valuation graduates meet the requirements of the society and can participate in the work such as:

  • Local Authorities (Ministry of Finance (Department of Price Management); Department of Natural Resources and Environment (Department of Land Economics));
  • Foreign Valuation Company in Vietnam (Jones Lang LaSalle Vietnam, Savills Vietnam, Colliers Vietnam, CBRE Vietnam);
  • Local Valuation Company (More than 140 valuation companies are licensed by the Ministry of Finance to operate in Vietnam);
  • Banking (Valuation Department, AMC, Risk Management Department, Investment Department);
  • Other companies (Auditing Company (Valuation Division), Securities Company, Investment Fund)

 

STUDY PLAN

About the program

Do you always want to know the value of the asset type? You always want to buy or invest in any property, or you will not be beaten for paying a price too high? And … Want to become a professional valuer? These are questions that the program in valuation economics is addressing.

The highlight of the program is training towards the application. Graduated students could immediately start working without be worry about retraining of employers. To do this, we have always tried to design the program to ensure that teaching is closely linked to reality. Training skills to know how to apply theory to practical work is the critical requirement throughout the module.

Graduates in valuation may apply economic principles, valuation techniques, models and approaches to conduct the valuation of assets. Students will be equipped with four essential knowledge, including:

  • Real estate Valuation
  • Machinery and Equipment Valuation
  • Business Valuation
  • Intangible assets Valuation

 

Degree Requirements and Duration of Study

To earn the Bachelor of Economics: major in Valuation, students must fulfill 125 credits required for graduation within 3 and a half years.

Required courses of valuation major (18 credits)

  • LAW511036 – Appraisal specialized law
  • ECO501046 – Principles of Valuation
  • ECO501047 – Real Estate Appraisal
  • ECO501048 – Machinery and Equipment Valuation
  • ECO501049 – Business valuation
  • ECO501050 – Valuation of intangible assets

 

Required courses of school of economics (24)

  • ECO501001 – Microeconomics
  • ECO501002 – Macroeconomics
  • ECO501003 – IntermediateMicroeconomics
  • ECO501004 – IntermediateMacroeconomics
  • ECO501007 – Development Economics
  • ECO501008 – International Economics
  • ECO501012 – Research Methods in Economics
  • ECO501013 – Project Appraisal

 

Elective modules

  • BAN506002 – Money and Capital Markets
  • ECO501014 – Cost-benefit analysis
  • ECO501022 – Psychology of management
  • ECO501051 – Investment and financing of real estate
  • FIN505005 – Financial investment
  • FIN505012 – Financial Analysis

 

The supplementary module (36 credits)

  • LAW511001 – Business Law
  • MAT508001 – Mathematics for Business and Economics
  • ACC507001 – Principles of Accounting
  • MAR503001 – Principles of Marketing
  • MAT508004 – Econometrics
  • PUF504001 – Financial and monetary theory
  • STA508005 – Statistics for Economics and Business
  • ACC507002 – Financial Accounting
  • ECO501011 – Economic Forecasting & Data Analysis
  • FIN505001 – Corporate Finance
  • BAN506007 – Credit Analysis and Lending Management
  • ECO501045 – Construction  Planning

 

Ethics (10 credits)

  • PML510001 – Principles of Marxism – Leninism 1
  • PML510002 – Principles of Marxism – Leninism 2
  • RPC510003 – Revolutionary policy of Communist Party of Vietnam
  • HCM510004 –Ho Chi Minh thought

 

Specialized foreign language modules (16 credits)

  • ENG513001 – Foreign Language P1
  • ENG513002 – Foreign Language  P2
  • ENG513003 – Foreign Language  P3
  • ENG513004 – Foreign Language  P4

 

Thesis writing (10 credits)

Students, major in valuation can either choose internship or conduct an independent academic research for their thesis writing. Students must complete the thesis only during four months with three guide implementation: academia; application or combination of academia and apllication

 

Soft skills courses

During the study at the University of Economics HCMC, students are often equipped with various soft skills in economics through working in group, presentation, using softwares, attending seminars, and doing academic research. They can join in many social activities of the school, faculty, and student clubs. Also, there are Valuation Club. In this club, students can approach practical knowledge and skills related to valuation activities which help them gain access to the labor market immediately after graduation.