AIB General Banking Diploma
The AIB General Banking Diploma, with a solid grounding in banking fundamentals, has been the most popular and widely recognized AIB diploma for individuals who are new to the banking industry. This curriculum centers on banking essentials, such as the role of banking in the U.S. economy and the purpose of specific banking functions. Courses in accounting and economics provide the foundation for an understanding of banking. Legal and regulatory issues and compliance matters, as well as marketing fundamentals, are addressed through specific course work. In addition, training in identifying and resolving ethical issues, which may surface during the course of day-to-day business, is part of the overall program.
You must complete the following courses:
- AIB Principles of Banking
- AIB General Accounting
- AIB Economics for Bankers
- AIB Ethical Issues for Bankers
- AIB Law and Banking: Applications or AIB Law and Banking: Principles
- AIB Marketing Financial Services
You must also complete 6 elective credits. At least 3 credits must be AIB courses; the other 3 may be from college courses that are equivalent to courses in the AIB curriculum.
All required and elective courses must be completed with a passing grade (D or better) and the student’s overall grade point average (GPA) must be 2.00 or higher.
All courses must carry a minimum of 2.00 credits unless otherwise noted in the specific diploma and certificate requirements.
You can complete the requirements of your diploma and certificate at a pace that suits your schedule and the courses can be completed in any order you choose.