Its main topic areas are financial institutions, financial markets such as stocks, bonds and foreign exchange and derivatives such as futures and options. Topics covered include the use of spreadsheets, performance evaluation, budgeting, cash-flow analysis, sensitivity analysis, financing, planning for innovation, sustainability and environment management, and challenges and issues faced by contemporary Australian small business operators.
This addresses subject learning objective s: Grade and marks Requisite s: Assessment Assessment task 1: Contribution to the development of graduate attributes The subject contributes to the aim of preparing students to commence a fulfilling and effective career in business, especially in finance professions.
This addresses subject learning objective s: All students will be provided with the opportunity for initial feedback on their performance in the subject during the first six weeks of the semester, for example, online quizzes, tutorial exercises, draft assignments and other assessment methods.
Description This subject provides students with the skills required to successfully operate a small business enterprise. Subject learning objectives SLOs Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to: The particular contributions of the subject are in enabling students to understand the functions performed by the financial system, how these functions are performed by financial institutions, markets and instruments and to enhance their ability to clearly convey their knowledge in writing.
Business knowledge and concepts Communication and interpersonal skills This subject also contributes specifically to develop the following Program Learning Objectives: The subject provides students with a better understanding of basic accounting procedures and strengthens their knowledge of cost accounting techniques.
Class contact comprises of three-hour workshops inclusive of tutorials each week in a computer laboratory. In-class quizzes Individual Objective s: Class work exercises Individual Objective s: There are course requisites for this subject.
Students are given one major case study, one portfolio presentation and three practical class exercises. Further feedback will be provided in relation to submitted assessment tasks. Subject learning objectives SLOs Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to: Content topics Managing small business enterprises: Emphasis is placed on learning how to efficiently use appropriate computer software to plan and manage small business operations, analyse data and prepare relevant reports.
There are course requisites for this subject. Description The aim of this subject is to develop an understanding of the operations of a modern financial system, covering its payment, financing and market-risk management activities.
This subject contributes to the development of the following graduate attributes: Convey information clearly and fluently in high quality written form appropriate for their audience Teaching and learning strategies Lectures are used to guide and assist student learning, supplemented by the use of appropriate learning practices, such as on-line and off-line learning opportunities and tutorials are used to enable students to demonstrate their understanding through their responses to set questions and case studies.> Writing, Reading & Speaking; Writing, Reading & Speaking Presenting a conference paper - UTS: HELPS UTS writing guides.
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GUIDE TO WRITING ASSIGNMENTS Third edition UTS: BUSINESS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This third edition of the Guide to Writing Assignments owes a great deal to its predecessor edition which was the result of collaborations between the Faculty of Busi.
FACULTY OF BUSINESS Guide to Writing Assignments Acknowledgments The Guide to Writing Assignments is the result of a collaborative process that has involved people from many areas within the University of Technology, Sydney%(1).Download