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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: School of Economics and Finance"

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ECON3007Advanced Applied EconomicsSchool of Economics and Finance
BANK5001Advanced Bank ManagementSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE5003Advanced Business Financial ModellingSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE5000Advanced Corporate Finance and TheorySchool of Economics and Finance
INVE5001Advanced Derivative SecuritiesSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE4001Advanced EconometricsSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE5004Advanced Financial Plan ConstructionSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE4002Advanced Investment AnalysisSchool of Economics and Finance
ECON4002Advanced MacroeconomicsSchool of Economics and Finance
ECON4001Advanced MicroeconomicsSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE5005Advanced Personal FinanceSchool of Economics and Finance
FNCE5009Advanced Personal Risk and InsuranceSchool of Economics and Finance
BLDG5000Advanced Property ConstructionSchool of Economics and Finance
PROP5001Advanced Property FinanceSchool of Economics and Finance
PROP5002Advanced Property Investment AnalysisSchool of Economics and Finance
PROP5000Advanced Property Market AnalysisSchool of Economics and Finance
VALU5000Advanced Property Valuation MethodologySchool of Economics and Finance
ECON5011Advanced Public EconomicsSchool of Economics and Finance
VALU6001Advanced Specialised Property ValuationSchool of Economics and Finance
PROP6000Analysis of Property Capital MarketsSchool of Economics and Finance


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