Risk Management and Business Intelligence Program Overview

Risk Management and Business Intelligence Program Overview

Program Overview

A Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Business Intelligence is a program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the intersection between business analytics, information technology, and risk management. The study combines theoretical concepts with practical applications in order to prepare students to analyse data and make informed decisions that mitigate business risks and improve organizational performance.

Students learn to develop risk management strategies, assess potential threats to businesses, evaluate financial risks, and analyse market trends. They also gain skills in data mining, statistical analysis, decision-making, database management, and software development. The program covers topics such as business intelligence, strategic management, enterprise risk management, fraud detection and prevention, cyber security, and compliance. Graduates can pursue careers in various industries, including finance, insurance, healthcare, government, and consulting firms.

Overall, a Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Business Intelligence provides students with a strong foundation in both technical and business skills, making them well-equipped to succeed in today’s data-driven business world.

Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the 4-year program, graduates will be able to:

  • Use quantitative and qualitative tools to assess risk and identify potential threats to businesses and organizations.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive risk management plans to minimize losses and protect the interests of their companies and clients.
  • Apply critical thinking and analytical skills to business intelligence data and use it to recommend data-driven strategies to help organizations remain competitive.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of information security principles to protect data privacy and prevent data breaches.
  • Effectively communicate complex risk management, business intelligence, and compliance issues to stakeholders, including senior executives, regulators, employees, and clients.

Program Structure

The 4-year Bachelor’s Degree program contains 156 credits combining from 106 credits of coursework, 48 credits of internship and 2 credits of Industrial Placement Report. The courses are divided into three categories, including Common Courses, Specialized Courses, and Elective Courses.

Common courses 

ENG101: Core English

ENG102: Core English

ENG103: Academic Writing Skills 

RES101: Research Methods

SDE101: Social and Digital Entrepreneurship

PRO101: Computer Fundamentals

CHN101: Chinese

CHN102: Chinese

STA101: Statistics and Probability

PHI101: Philosophy and Anthropology of Technology  

KHM101: Khmer Studies and Introduction to History


9 internships (3 internships per term)

Specialised courses

RMB101: Introduction to Risk Management and Business Intelligence 

PSY101: Psychology and Behavioral Science 

RMB102: Introduction to Data Analysis and Visualization

RMB203: Business and Risk Assessment

RMB204: Corporate Governance and Ethics

RMB205: Quantitative Methods in Risk Management

RMB206: Fraud Detection and Prevention

RMB207: Information Security

RMB208: Project Management  

RMB209: Global Risks and Strategic Planning 

RMB210: Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence

RMB211: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability

RMB312: Enterprise Risk Management

RMB313: Business Analytics and Reporting 

RMB314: Market Risk Management

RMB315: Credit Risk Management

RMB316: Digital Marketing Analytics

RMB317: Operational Risk Management

RMB318: Data Mining and Predictive Analytics 

RMB319: Reputational Risk Management 

RMB320: Internal Audit and Compliance

Elective courses

SDE101: Social and Digital Entrepreneurship

HUM101: Introduction to Humanities

GLO101: Global Studies 

ENV101: Environment and Geography 

PRO102: Object-Oriented Programming 

MAT101: Applied Math

ATR101: Fine Arts 

ARC101: Computer-Aided Design

PHY101: Physics

BIO101: Biology and Chemistry 

ARC101: Architectural Representation

ECO101: Principles of Economics 

(other 6 elective courses from other faculties)

Job Prospects

  • Risk Management Analyst/ Consultant
  • Business Intelligence Analyst/ Consultant
  • Financial Analyst/ Consultant
  • Market Trend Analyst/ Consultant
  • Compliance, Information Security and Data Analyst
  • Risk Management and Business Intelligence Strategist