Master Finance and Financial Law - Máster en Finanzas y Derecho Financiero
The Master of Financial Analysis is a specialist degree building on a prior degree and substantial studies in accounting and/or finance. It is designed to extend existing Accounting and/or Finance graduates´ understanding and abilities in the area of financial analysis. The Master of Financial Analysis provides an opportunity to draw from the broad range of offerings within the School of Accounting and the School of Banking and Finance so as to offer a targeted (i.e. specialist) qualification directed to Financial Analysis. The Master of Financial Analysis offers a solid grounding in high level skills critical for the development of a wide range of careers, such as investment analysis, funds management, the CFO role or almost any career involving business analysis. This degree draws on cutting edge teaching and research in the School of Accounting and the School of Banking and Finance, and allows a highly flexible program of courses that can be tailored to suit a variety of career aspirations.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
On successful completion of the MFinAn, students will have the ability to:
understand the key concepts of both Finance and Accounting, and apply these concepts in analysing business problems
apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to a financial problem or issue
communicate ideas and information logically, concisely and accurately in written and oral formats
reflect on the effectiveness of group learning processes
Students must complete 48 UOC (8 courses) from Lists A, B and C.
Students must study a minimum of three courses in each discipline.
The Accounting courses are to be drawn from List A and List C.
The Finance courses are to be drawn from List B and List C.
At least one capstone (from List C) must be completed.
ACCT5907 Int´l Fin Statement Analysis (6 UOC)
ACCT5908 Auditing and Assurance Ser. (6 UOC)
ACCT5914 Enterprise Strategy for Manage (6 UOC)
ACCT5919 Business Risk Management (6 UOC)
ACCT5920 Managing Intangible Resources (6 UOC)
ACCT5922 E-Business: Strategy & Process (6 UOC)
ACCT5930 Financial Accounting (6 UOC)
ACCT5931 Strategic Management Accountin (6 UOC)
ACCT5942 Corporate Accounting & Regulat (6 UOC)
ACCT5943 Advanced Financial Reporting (6 UOC)
ACCT5949 Managing Agile Organisations (6 UOC)
ACCT5955 Management Control Systems (6 UOC)
ACCT5961 Reporting for Climate Change (6 UOC)
ACCT5996 Management Accounting and Busi (6 UOC)
FINS5510 Per. Fin. Plan. & Mgmt (6 UOC)
FINS5513 Investments & Portfolio Sel. (6 UOC)
FINS5514 Capital Budgeting&Fin Decision (6 UOC)
FINS5516 Int´l Corporate Finance (6 UOC)
FINS5517 Applied Portfolio Mgt. & Model (6 UOC)
FINS5522 Asia-Pacific Financial Markets (6 UOC)
FINS5523 Alternative Asset Classes (6 UOC)
FINS5531 Risk and Insurance (6 UOC)
FINS5533 Real Estate Finance&Investment (6 UOC)
FINS5534 Credit Risk and Loan Policy (6 UOC)
FINS5535 Derivatives & Risk Mgt. Techs. (6 UOC)
FINS5536 Fixed Income Sec. & Int. Rate (6 UOC)
FINS5537 Financial Planning Advice (6 UOC)
FINS5538 Takeovers, Restruct & Corp Gov (6 UOC)
FINS5541 Adv. Invest. & Adv. Funds Mgt. (6 UOC)
FINS5542 Applied Funds Management (6 UOC)
FINS5550 Intl. Banking Management (6 UOC)
FINS5555 Behavioural Approach Finance (6 UOC)
FINS5566 Trading - Financial Securities (6 UOC)
List C (Compulsory Capstone)
ACCT5910 Business Analysis and Valuation (6 UOC) and/or
FINS5526 International Corporate Governance (6 UOC) and/or
FINS5530 Financial Institution Management (6 UOC)
Note: FINS5526 may count as an accounting or finance course but not both.