Professional Practice (AFCP802)
Students will integrate and apply their knowledge and skills to issues and cases that simulate professional practice in finance. Students will reflect on their roles as practitioners in the finance industry and further develop their professional identity. Critical analysis skills will be utilised to evaluate, synthesise and provide reasoned responses to issues arising in financial practice. Students will undertake research in applied finance and will be challenged to critically reflect on current issues via the preparation and presentation of a major research report. Personal communication, negotiation and collaborative skills will be further developed. This unit will be undertaken towards the end of the program of study.
- Apply research principles and methods as used in contemporary professional practice in applied finance.
- Conduct independent research, with personal autonomy and accountability, to specialised issues in applied finance.
- Evaluate and synthesise established knowledge and apply professional judgement to current issues in applied finance practice.
- Demonstrate advanced critical, analytical and integrative thinking as applied to contemporary issues in applied finance.
- Communicate effectively to diverse audiences.
- Address and analyse contemporary industry challenges and ethical issues in a global financial context.
- Collaborate effectively with colleagues in order to address contemporary issues in applied finance.
- The Trusted Advisor
- Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Research Methods for Applied Finance
- Communication Strategies
- Legal Reasoning and Legal Duties
- Ethics in Finance
- Contemporary Industry Issues
- Defining Professional Character