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Graduate Diploma of Business (Finance)

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  • Objectives
    Designed for individuals of differing educational backgrounds who find that their careers have led them into financial advice and management and who wish to strengthen the foundations of their knowledge in these areas. Provides a systematic coverage of modern finance theory including portfolio selection and management; capital budgeting in conditions of certainty and uncertainty; corporate financing decisions; and the operations of the capital market. Examines the Australian capital market and modern empirical work on price determination in stock exchanges. The course is suitable both for graduates in business disciplines, who are seeking to acquire a further specialist qualification, and for graduates in other disciplines, who seek to gain specialist knowledge of finance, and more general training in business subjects.
  • Entry requirements
    Undergraduate degree or equivalent prior learning including at least five years appropriate professional experience.
  • Academic Title
    Graduate Diploma of Business (Finance)
  • Course description
    This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
    This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

    The Graduate Diploma of Business (Finance) involves a total of 120 credit points which can be completed in 1 year of full time mode of study or 2 years part time mode.

    Unit            Description                                                 Points
    ACC5601    Principles of Accounting                               15
    ECF5600    Principles of Economics                                15
    ECF5220    Principles of Finance                                     15
    ECF5221    Financial Markets and Institutions               15
    ECF5661    Quantitative Studies                                   15

    Plus any three of:
    ECF5632    Managerial Finance                                     15
    ECF5321    Investment Theory and Practice                 15
    ECF5660    Financial Modelling                                      15
    ECF5324    International Economics and Finance         15
    ECF5620    Principles of Superannuation and Retirement Planning         15
    ECF5602    Principles of Personal Risk Management Planning                 15

    Or any other level V Finance unit as approved by the Course Coordinator

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