Bachelor of Finance

The University of Adelaide
En Adelaide (Australia)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Adelaide (Australia)
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3 years

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University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Australia
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Financial Training
IT Management
GCSE Mathematics

Programa académico

All students commence in the Bachelor of Finance program and after completing first year can choose to specialise in international finance.
A common first year comprised of courses in finance, economics, mathematics, statistics and accounting is followed by the choice of pathway best suited to the interests of the student.
Students must complete core finance courses, which include International Financial Institutions and Markets at level 1; Business Finance and Financial Economics at level 2; and Portfolio Theory and Management at level 3.
Some of the courses offered provide opportunities for gaining affiliate membership to the Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia), as well as covering material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts and Financial Planning Association.
The flexibility of the degree allows students to choose electives across all levels in a wide range of subject areas offered by other faculties.
Applicants seeking entry into the Bachelor of Finance or the International specialisation use the SATAC code 314401.
Bachelor of Finance (International): this specialisation is ideal for students wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance at an international level.
Finance courses include Money, Banking and Financial Markets, and International Finance which cover areas such as the mechanics and operation of foreign exchange, debt and equity markets, as well as providing coverage of important monetary and financial issues and developments in the world.
This finance pathway is for those interested in trading international financial instruments and providing financial and monetary advice to multinational companies and government, along with working in both merchant and retail banks.
Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Bachelor of Finance Areas of Specialisation For those wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance, choices could include financial economics, international trade and finance and financal econometrics.
Students with commercial aspirations undertake courses in corporate finance, futures and risk management, portfolio theory and management, and investment analysis and valuation.
All eligible students are admitted to the Bachelor of Finance program but may choose to follow the Bachelor of Finance (international) stream.
Example Study Plan Indicative study plan Year level 1 Core Courses ACCTING 1002: Introductory Accounting I ECON 1012: Principles of Economics ICORPFIN 1002: Business Finance I ECON 1009: International Financial Institutions & Markets I ECON 1008: Business and Economic Statistics I orSTATS 1000: Statistical Practice Iand One approved Maths Combination from:MATHS 1009: Introduction to Financial Mathematics I and MATHS 1010: Applications of Quantitative Methods in Finance I  orMATHS 1011: Mathematics IA and MATHS 1012: Mathematics IB Elective One Level I Elective Year level 2 Core Courses CORPFIN 2501: Financial Institutions Management IIECON 2508: Financial Economics IICORPFIN 2502: Business Valuation IIand eitherECON 2504: Intermediate Econometrics II orMATHS 2103: Probability and Statistics Electives Four Level II Electives Year level 3 Core Courses CORPFIN 3501: Portfolio Theory & Management IIIand eitherCORPFIN 3502: Options,Futures andRisk Management III or MATHS 3012: Financial Modelling: Tools and Techniques IIIPlusTwo Level III Finance courses from the list below:CORPFIN 3500 Corporate Finance Theory IIICORPFIN 3503 Corporate Investment and Strategy IIICORPFIN 3504 Treasury and Financial Risk Management IIIECON 3506 International Trade IIIECON 3502 Econometrics IIIECON 3510 International Finance IIIECON 3511 Money, Banking and Financial Markets IIISTATS 3005 Time Series III Electives Four Level III Electives NOTE:CURRENT STUDENTS, please visit this link for your study plan templates: http://www.
au/professions/hub/ug/downloads/ Assessment May include, but not limited to: Examinations, Group Assignments, Individual Assignments, Consulting Projects, Presentations, Quizzes, Tests, Tutorial Work as prescribed within each course.