Master of Finance and Banking
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|Fees*||A$22,450 (annual for 2013)*|
- Graduate Certificate of Finance and Banking
- Graduate Diploma of Finance and Banking
- Master of Practising Accounting
- Master of Professional Accounting (Graduate Entry)
- Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting
- Graduate Certificate of Professional Accounting
- Master of Professional Accounting *Global Leadership Program
- Graduate Diploma of Information Technology Business Analysis
- Master of Information Technology Business Analysis
Course in detail
- Four core, stage 2 units of study (12.5 credit points each)
- Four core, stage 3 units of study (12.5 credit points each)
Units of study
HBC606 Accounting Principles
HBC608 Business Modelling and Analysis
HBC609 Corporate Financial Management
Exit with the graduate certificate or progress to the Master of Finance and Banking.
HBC620 Capital Markets
HBC618 Personal Investment
HBC621 Advanced Financial Management
HBC624 Business and Entity Valuations
Exit with the graduate diploma or progress to the Master of Finance and Banking.
Master of Finance and Banking HBC623 Management of Financial Institutions
HBC617 Financial Risk Management
HBC625 Investment Management
HBE625 International Finance
Aims and objectives
- Corporate financial management concepts and valuation techniques
- Investment products and how these are managed in a portfolio context
- The regulatory environment and the management of modern financial institutions, and
- The management of financial risks using derivative securities, and international finance
- Apply critical thinking and integrative learning to evaluate problems, uncover assumptions and differentiate information within the discipline area of finance and banking
- Display creative thinking to a range of problem solving and decision making techniques to demonstrate leadership in the field of finance and banking
- Develop quantitative literacy skills to interrogate quantitative information and systematically analyse it to support the decision-making process
- Critically analyse theories and information drawn from literature, research and personal experience in the field of finance and banking
- Use oral and written communication skills to inform and persuade others, both within and outside the finance and banking sector, in a clear and concise manner to a professional business standard
- Behave ethically and honestly in working with others in their academic and professional contexts, their private, public and community lives
- Demonstrate alertness and sensitivity to the mastery of professional practice within the finance and banking sector, to act autonomously, credibly and with the professional norms established within the sector, and
- Apply a range of professional tools and research methodologies to inform the application of theory to practice within the finance and banking sector
On this page: Swinburne Abroad.
Swinburne offers International Exchange Programs as well as other Education Abroad Programs to help internationalise your degree. International Exchange is an academic program allowing you to study at a Swinburne Partner Institution for one or two semesters during your degree. Swinburne's Partner Institutions offer many relevant subjects as well as a secure base to explore a different culture. Your studies whilst on exchange can be credited towards your Swinburne degree, provided they are relevant and approved by Swinburne. For further information visit the Swinburne Abroad website.
This course has English language requirements.
English language requirements
Swinburne College English for Academic Purposes Certificate: EAP 5 Advanced: 70%; OR, obtaining a minimum IELTS overall band of 6.5 (Academic Module) with no individual band below 6.0; OR, a TOEFL (Paper-based) minimum score of 550 (with Test of Written English (TWE) score of 5); OR, a TOEFL (Internet-based) minimum score of 79, with no individual band below 18. Refer to the English Language Requirements website for further information.
How to apply
Course fees*A$22,450 (annual for 2013)
A range of scholarships is available to international students, visit our Scholarship Page for details.