Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This coursework Masters is designed for students seeking a comprehensive postgraduate degree in applied finance and financial management.The course prepares students to work in the dynamic financial services industry. The course focuses on how individuals, financial institutions, businesses and governments make borrowing, lending and investment decisions. Students will learn how to identify, analyse and interpret financial information and use industry-relevant databases and software. The financial services industry demands graduates who can think critically and have an analytical approach to problem solving; attributes that students will develop through this course.
Students with a degree in an area other than finance and banking
12 units: 240 credit points
- Business Finance, Quantitative Skills for Business, Accounting Concepts and Applications, Economic Analysis for Business, Financial Markets and Institutions, Credit and Lending Decisions, Financial Analysis and Modelling, Financing of International Trade, Risk Management in Banking, Investment Management, Corporate Accounting and Reporting, Management Practicum, Marketing Leadership, Project Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree in a discipline other than finance. Alternatively applicants can apply with an undergraduate degree in a finance discipline and their applications will be assessed for suitability by the Course Coordinator.
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Related careers: Financial Analyst, Financial Advisor, Finance Broker, Lending Manager, Investment and International Banker, Financial Planner, Management Consultant