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Study Plans for Bachelor of Finance (Major in Quantitative Finance)

Bachelor of Finance (Major in Quantitative Finance) - Commencing Semester 1

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 units

  • BUSN1001 Business Reporting and Analysis - 6 units
  • ECON1101 Microeconomics 1 - 6 units
  • FINM1001 Foundations of Finance - 6 units
  • STAT1008 Quantitative Research Methods - 6 units

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 units

  • ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1 - 6 units
  • FINM2001 Corporate Finance - 6 units
  • #MATH1113 Mathematical Foundations for Actuarial Studies - 6 Units
  • Elective Course - 6 units

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 units

  • ECON2101 Microeconomics 2 - 6 units
  • FINM2003 Investments - 6 units
  • STAT2001 Introductory Mathematical Statistics - 6 units
  • STAT2008 Regression Modelling - 6 units 

Year 2, Semester 2: 24 units

  • FINM2002 Derivatives - 6 units
  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes - 6 units
  • *BFINN Core Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 units

  • FINM3003 Continuous Time Finance - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 units

  • FINM3007 Advanced Derivatives Pricing and Applications - 6 units
  • List 1 Elective Course - 6 units 
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units 

*The BFINN Core Course must be chosen from EMET1001 Foundations of Economic and Financial Models, MKTG2003 Marketing for Financial Services, STAT2032 Financial Mathematics, MATH1013 Mathematics and Applications 1 or MATH1115 Advanced Mathemathics and Applications 1.

#Student taking MATH1113 will not be able to take MATH1013 or MATH1115 as their BFINN Core Course, as they are incompatible with one another.

Bachelor of Finance (Major in Quantitative Finance) - Commencing Semester 2

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 units

  • ECON1101 Microeconomics 1 - 6 units
  • FINM1001 Foundations of Finance - 6 units
  • STAT1008 Quantitative Research Methods - 6 units
  • #MATH1113 Mathematical Foundations for Actuarial Studies - 6 Units

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 units

  • ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1 - 6 units
  • FINM2001 Corporate Finance - 6 units
  • STAT2001 Introductory Mathematical Statistics - 6 units
  • STAT2008 Regression Modelling - 6 units 

Year 2, Semester 2: 24 units

  • BUSN1001 Business Reporting and Analysis - 6 units
  • FINM2002 Derivatives - 6 units
  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 units

  • ECON2101 Microeconomics 2 - 6 units
  • FINM2003 Investments - 6 units
  • FINM3003 Continuous Time Finance - 6 units
  • *BFINN Core Course - 6 units

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 units

  • FINM3007 Advanced Derivatives Pricing and Applications - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 units

  • List 1 Elective Course - 6 units 
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units
  • Elective Course - 6 units 

*The BFINN Core Course must be chosen from EMET1001 Foundations of Economic and Financial Models, MKTG2003 Marketing for Financial Services, STAT2032 Financial Mathematics, MATH1013 Mathematics and Applications 1 or MATH1115 Advanced Mathemathics and Applications 1.

#Student taking MATH1113 will not be able to take MATH1013 or MATH1115 as their BFINN Core Course, as they are incompatible with one another.

Updated:   20 November 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team