Equips students with technical knowledge in corporate, investment and banking finance; enhancing their managerial capabilities. Graduates can broaden employment opportunities into the financial services, insurance and banking sectors.
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 specialisation.
Special entry requirements
All applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree in an area other than finance and banking.
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- Collaborate in team settings to plan and produce a business concept adopting a high level of personal autonomy and accountability. (9,12)
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the recent global developments in finance. (1,16)
- Demonstrate mastery of the theoretical and technical knowledge required to support informed financing and investment decisions. (3,11)
- Investigate various approaches and theories to analyse problems and make recommendations under uncertain conditions in global economies and financial markets. (4,14)
Career opportunities exist in the financial services sector including, banking, financial advisory, investment advisory and other finance roles both in industry and government.
Possible future job titles
Bank Manager, Investment Advisor, Financial Officer, Lending Officer, Paraplanner