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Bachelor of Business

with a Major in Financial Planning

Stay ahead of the game – gain a degree in financial planning with Swinburne Online and you will be ready to meet the new education requirements of the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA).

Our Bachelor of Business with a Major in Financial Planning will equip you with the knowledge you need to provide professional financial planning to others. You’ll cover financial management, taxation, ethics, retirement planning, investments and even financial risk.

The Bachelor of Business with a Major in Financial Planning is approved by FASEA and the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA).

Quick Facts

Duration: 3 years full time or equivalent part time
Start Date: Mar, Jul, Nov
Tuition Fee: $62,160 AUD
Location: Online

 

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What will you learn

Taxation

Understand the major principles of tax planning issues and concepts.

Principles of Financial Planning

Examines the management of financial planning practices and develop a Statement of Advice based on the unique characteristics and requirements of clients.

Ethical client relationships

Learn about the fundamental ethical principles, the main ethical issues encountered, and the ethical behaviour support resources available, in professional financial planning services practice

Investment planning

Gain knowledge of the financial system, various regulatory bodies, key participants and potential risks in the financial markets.

Retirement and estate planning

Learn about retirement planning with a particular focus on the superannuation industry and estate planning.

Management of Personal Financial Risk

Gain understanding of the pervasive nature of pure risk on individual and society.

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