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This subject is a good introduction into Finance and introduces many key concepts such as time value of money and risk vs reward. The difficulty level is not very high, however many students with a weaker level of mathematics tend to find this course difficult. It's important to attend the tutorials for this course as the tutors work through the more challenging questions during these.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Acts as an Introductory unit to Finance and is relatively easy to score well in. A basic grasp of math is all that is required