• Total units 48 Units
  • Areas of interest Commerce, Finance
  • Major code CFIM-MAJ
  • Academic career Undergraduate
Corporate Finance and Investment Management Major

The major in Capital Markets is concerned with applying the basic concepts introduced in the core finance course (FINM1001 Foundations of Finance) to study the financial decision facing the firm; investment decisions and portfolio management; derivatives and risk management; portfolio construction; corporate valuation; and debt markets. The aim of the major in Capital Markets is to develop skills and competencies in students that will enable them to embark upon a professional career in the fields of corporate financial management, financial consulting and planning, funds management, investment banking and stockbroking.

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This major requires the completion of 48 units, which must include:

48 units from completion of the following course(s):

Code Title Units
FINM2001 Corporate Finance 6
FINM2002 Derivatives 6
FINM2003 Investments 6
FINM3005 Corporate Valuation 6
FINM3006 Financial Intermediation and Debt Markets 6
FINM3008 Applied Portfolio Construction 6
MGMT3015 Corporate Strategy 6
STAT2008 Regression Modelling 6
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