Finance and Investment
Study abroad at Cass Business School at City, University of London places you at the heart of a global financial centre. Choosing Cass is choosing to study business where the world does business.
|AF1101 Introductory Financial Accounting||AF1201 Introductory Management Accounting|
|FR1101 Finance and Investment||FR1201 Quantitative Methods|
|IF1105 Microeconomics||IF1201 Introduction to Visual Basic|
|IF1106 Business Skills||IF1202 Introduction to Statistics|
|AF2100 Assurance||IF1203 Macroeconomics|
|AF2101 Intermediate Financial Accounting 1||IF1204 Banking and Financial Institutions|
|AF2102 Management Accounting||AF2202 Principles of Taxation|
|AF2204 Corporate Law||FR2203 Company Valuation|
|FR2100 Security Analysis||FR2208 Risk Analysis|
|FR2106 Introduction to Real Estate Investment||FR2209 Portfolio Theory and Investment Valuation|
|FR2200 Mathematical Finance||FR2210 Alternative Investment Management|
|FR2202 Financial Econometrics||FR2211 Derivatives, Trading and Hedging|
|IF2201 Monetary Economics||IF2200 Economics of FOREX|
|FR3100 Fixed Income Portfolio Management||IF2204 Personal Finance|
|FR3102 Asset-Liability Management||IF2209 Derivatives|
|FR3110 Technical Analysis||IF2210 Asset Management|
|IF3103 Advanced Econometrics and Forecasting||AF3203 Advanced Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice|
|IF3108 Corporate Finance||FR3200 Financial Engineering|
|IF3207 Corporate Strategy||FR3201 Equity Investment Management|
|FR3202 Real Estate Finance and Funding|
|FR3207 Financial Services Regulation|
|FR3210 Climate Change and its Impact on the World Economy|
|IF3101 International Finance|
|IF3102 Banking Regulation|
|LA2017 Performing Arts in London - please note an extra £50 fee is charged towards the cost of theatre tickets|
|LA2018 Historic London|
Course descriptions are for 2018/19 and are subject to change. If a course description is not shown please contact the Study Abroad Office or Cass Exchange Coordinator.
It is occasionally necessary to limit places on particular modules, and/or cancel modules due to lecturer availability, so we are unable to guarantee the running or availability of any modules.
Academic year 2020/21 onwards
Due to changes in the Cass Undergraduate Programme there will be changes to the offering at all levels. More information will be available in Spring 2020.