This subject introduces the student to the principles of financial management from a corporate perspective. The approach is to present and examine the theory and practice of investment and financing decision-making. The application of a range of analytical techniques appropriate to contemporary financial decision-making is used to evaluate business options.
School of Accounting and Finance
Not available to students who have completed FIN210, FIN281 or RMBU2639.
For former Sydney University Orange Campus students the equivalent pre-requisite is RMBU1645 and QBM117.
ACC100 and QBM117
FIN281 There is substantial overlap in subject content, but subjects are offered to different cohorts
Introduction to financial management
Introduction to risk and rates of return
Capital budgeting concepts and methods
Issues in capital budgeting
Cost of capital
Sources of short term finance
Long term debt financing
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The information contained in the 2019 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.