The Bachelor of Finance introduces students to the global and institutional aspects of the world’s financial systems. There is a broad coverage of the specialised financial institutions, their asset classes and the markets in which the different assets are traded. Areas of study include financial markets, valuation issues, international trade and finance, financial modelling and financial management.
Students admitted to the Bachelor of Finance may choose to graduate with one of the following degrees:
Bachelor of Finance
Bachelor of Finance (International)
The Bachelor of Finance degree comprises a range of courses in finance, economics, mathematics and statistics. Students may choose a particular area of specialisation during their second and third years, or continue with a more general approach.
A wide number of courses have met the competence area requirement for Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.