Bachelor of Financial Services
A degree in financial services can enhance your qualifications and experience and place you at the forefront of an executive team, financial services is a diverse area encompassing many fields, including providing financial advice or dealing room operations.
- Bachelor of Financial Services
There are eight (8) Core units followed by the required Electives contextualised to your selected major.
Analyse financial markets and information
Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry
Conduct work within a compliance framework
(Must complete any 8)
Provide advice in the regulated emissions market
Provide advice in foreign exchange
Provide advice in managed investments
Provide advice in derivatives
Provide advice in securities
Manage premium customer relationships
Determine client requirements and expectations
Record and implement client instructions
Analyse financial market products for client
Advise clients on financial risk
Apply knowledge of emissions markets
Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients
Provide appropriate and timely information and advice to clients
Conduct product research to support recommendations
Reconcile financial transactions
Complete confirmation and settlement processes
Detect errors and fraud when processing financial transactions
Analyse risk mitigation in the operation process
Monitor and process collateral
Price financial transactions
Hedge financial products
Process transaction documentation
Prepare trading strategies for clients
Apply limits when trading
Students liaise with their nominated assessor / mentor in relation to final assessment methodology which can either be a thesis or workplace observation (refer to student handbook for details)
As there are no set classes or timetables students can study in their own time at their own pace it is expected that students will complete the program in 1 to 3 years.
No penalties apply if students take up to 5 years.
Earn a dual qualification
Students can earn an Australian Nationally Recognised Qualification (at no additional cost), care must be taken when selecting electives to meet the Diploma requirements, please contact our administration staff for advice, or refer to the student handbook.
FNS51015 – Diploma of Financial Markets