Financial managers of the future, will have the competency to properly implement the functions of financial management and the ability to deal with international markets. They will recognise the significance of economic and business trends in the Asia-Pacific area and understand the importance of culture as a prerequisite to successful business.
The Graduate Diploma of Financial Management program provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to address the financial management and decision making aspects of an organisation.
Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available
If you are looking for a career working within international monetary markets and systems, or providing risk analysis, foreign exchange risk management, multinational working capital management or foreign investment analysis, this program provides the tools and knowledge to get you there. Particular career focus areas are financial market analysis, banking, investment houses, government departments and financial brokering.
Course Overview At A Glance
|Program at a glance |
|Duration ||1 year full-time, 2 years part-time |
|Availability/Campus Contact || Domestic - BNE; GDC; MEL; ROK; SYD; External |
International - BNE; GDC; MEL; ROK; SYD; External
|Courses/Units of Credit ||6 courses/48 units of credit |
|Faculty || Business and Law |
|How to Apply ||direct |
|Entry Requirements || |
|Professional Accreditation || |
|Residential School ||not applicable |
|Practicum/Work placement ||not applicable |
|Exit Awards || not applicable |
|Interim Awards || not applicable |
|Post Nominal ||GradDipFinMgt |
|Be What You Want To Be ||Phone: 13CQUni (132786); Enquire: Admissions |
|CRICOS Codes || 008092D - QLD / 034391K - VIC / 051206G - NSW |
The program is designed to suit graduates who are working predominantly in the making of financing decisions, or who are charged with designing and implementing systems which support the implementation of such decisions.
Designed to facilitate an understanding of the uses and limitations of accounting information, familiarity with basic economic and legal concepts essential for the middle to upper levels of management, and an understanding of financing and investment.
Students must complete 6 courses (48 unit points of credit) to graduate with the Graduate Diploma of Financial Management.
These courses will include:
- 5 core courses
- 1 elective course
5 core courses
|Course Code ||Course Name |
| FINC20006 || Organisational Finance |
| COIS20024 || Systems Management Overview |
| ACCT20051 || Accounting Information for Decision Making |
| ECON20023 || Economics for Business |
| FINC20007 || Financial Market Analysis |
1 elective course
Elective courses may be selected from any postgraduate courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Law providing prerequisites have been met.