Finance has evolved as a major field of business practised by either business executives in the management of company funds or by executives in the financial sector who may work in financial markets, financial institutions, information technology or consultancy firms that provide financial advice and services to businesses and individuals. The subjects in the Finance major provide graduates with professional skills, knowledge and understanding necessary for a career in finance and the financial sector.
Course programs for each individual major are available at study plan management.
Students with a weighted average mark above 70 in finance subjects are eligible for admission to the Finance strand in the Bachelor of Business (Honours). The program provides advanced training in financial econometrics and a range of specialised fields. It develops research skills through the writing of an honours thesis.
|25556 The Financial System||6cp|
|25624 Financial Metrics for Decision Making||6cp|
|25503 Investment Analysis||6cp|
|25410 Applied Financial Decision Making (Capstone)||6cp|
|25557 Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice||6cp|
|Select 18 credit points of options:||18cp|
|79014 Applied Company Law||6cp|
|25579 Applied Portfolio Management||6cp|
|25999 Business Internship||6cp|
|26600 Business Internship||6cp|
|25574 Commercial Bank Management||6cp|
|25620 Derivative Securities||6cp|
|25602 Ethics in Finance||6cp|
|25575 Investment Banking||6cp|
|21644 Law and Ethics for Managers||6cp|
|25627 Responsible Finance||6cp|
|25626 Startup Finance||6cp|
|25500 Strategic Investment Management||6cp|
|23507 Time Series Econometrics||6cp|
|25625 UTS Student Managed Fund||6cp|