Admission to the Master of Finance will require an undergraduate degree with a credit average from a recognised institution and completion of a subject deemed equivalent to either Fundamentals of Finance or Managerial Finance. A personal interview may also be required.
The Master of Finance is a quantitatively rigorous program that will give you a strong understanding of financial principles and their application to corporate financial policy, international financial markets, derivative assets and their associated markets, plus a strong understanding of specialised aspects of the financial industry. You will benefit from close interaction with Bond’s global finance academics and exposure to our world-class trading facilities.
Core Subjects (6)
- Capital Markets
- Corporate Finance
- Derivative Products
- International Financial Management
- Personal Investments*
Finance Elective Subjects (4)
You must choose four of the following subjects:
- Advanced Funds Management
- Behavioural Finance
- Business Internship
- Finance Applications and Analysis
- Financial Accounting
- Financial Trading Systems
- Information Analysis and Systems
- Management Accounting and Strategy
- Mathematical Statistics
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Security Appraisal & Valuation
You must complete approved postgraduate elective subjects. Students without a business background or the required prerequisite subjects must complete the following foundation business subjects prior to commencing the program:
- Accounting Principles
- Analysis and Application
- Economics for Business
- Managerial Finance
The Master of Finance will provide a pathway to a professional career with financial sector employers including commercial banks, insurance companies, merchant and investment banks, stockbrokers, superannuation funds and treasury.
- Australian Securities & Investment Commission (RG146)
- CFA Institute
- Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA)
The following combined degree is available:
- MBA / Master of Finance (CRICOS Course Code 085653D)
*Required for Australian Securities and Investment Commission RG 146 compliance (training of financial product advisers).