This program is designed to suit specialists in accounting or finance, or professionals offering advice in these areas. The program content will provide students with the knowledge and analytical skills to address the financial management and decision making aspects of the organisation.
* a bachelor degree in any discipline from an Australian university or college with a grade point average acceptable to the Dean, or equivalent; or *a CQU Graduate Diploma of Financial Management.
Master of Financial Management
About Financial Management
Financial managers of the future will have the competency to properly implement the functions of financial management and the ability to deal with international markets. They will recognise the significance of economic and business trends in the Asia-Pacific area and understand the importance of culture as a prerequisite to successful business.
The Master of Financial Management program provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to address the financial management and decision making aspects of an organisation.
For those already a few years into a career, there is every possibility that your business or management experience will gain you entry into a program that will put you in line for a top management position.
If you are looking for a career working within international monetary markets and systems or providing risk analysis, foreign exchange risk management, multinational working capital management or foreign investment analysis, this program provides the tools and knowledge to get you there. Particular career focus areas are financial market analysis, banking, investment houses, government departments and financial brokering.
Students must complete 12 courses (96 units of credit) to graduate with the Master of Financial Management.
These courses will include:
* 9 compulsory core courses; and
* 3 elective postgraduate courses.
9 compulsory core courses
Course Code Course Name
ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management
ACCT20048 Management Accounting Systems
ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making
COIS20024 Systems Management Overview
ECON20023 Economics for Business
FINC20006 Organisational Finance
FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis
FINC20008 International Finance
LAWS20028 Business Law
plus 3 elective postgraduate courses
To be selected from the postgraduate courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics (provided prerequisites have been met).