What is it?
This course studies the science of managing money for individuals, companies or the government.
Some aspects you will cover in the course include financial systems, financial institutions and financial instruments, which are involved in the transfer of funds between individuals and companies. This course will provide an excellent foundation and exposure to international business, global financial markets, cash management, credit policies and investment planning.
What will you study?
In the course, you will study and develop an understanding of the principles and techniques of effective financial decision making. The course should equip you with skills and knowledge to assist individuals, companies or governments to address issues such as raising funds, making investments, evaluating the performance of those investments and distributing profits.
Accounting (financial, management); international finance: credit and risk management; investment planning and analysis; financial economics; financial institutions, markets and interest rates; financial management and decision-making; financial statement analysis; futures, options and other derivative securities; portfolio management and performance evaluation.
Typical course duration
This programme will take at least three years to complete.
You will need a good grade in mathematics and in some cases, a basic knowledge of accounting principles.
What do graduates do?
You can enter various areas of finance such as commercial banking, insurance, corporate finance, financial planning etc.