Course Summary

Course Description

Promotes a comprehensive understanding of how the role of the financial specialist fits with strategic decision making and problem solving in organisations, and develops an organisation-wide perspective among these specialists in order that they can best serve the long-term objectives of organisations; course members are encouraged to develop analytical skills within the context of financial and strategic management and to focus on the interrelationship of financial management problems and tasks.

Core modules: financial and management accounting; accounting and finance for managers; marketing planning and promotion; management information and communications systems; human resource management; business environment and strategic management; corporate finance; research skills and project management; dissertation.

Additional Entry Requirements:
A recognised Bachelor degree (minimum 2.2) or equivalent; or NQF level 6; or The Greenwich School of Management Diploma in Management Studies (DMS).
Further information:
A recognised Bachelor degree (minimum 2.2) or equivalent; or NQF level 6; or The Greenwich School of Management Diploma in Management Studies (DMS).

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