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MN50556: Investment management

Follow this link for further information on academic years Academic Year: 2014/5
Further information on owning departmentsOwning Department/School: School of Management
Further information on credits Credits: 6
Further information on unit levels Level: Masters UG & PG (FHEQ level 7)
Further information on teaching periods Period: Semester 1
Further information on unit assessment Assessment Summary: CW 20%, EX 80%
Further information on unit assessment Assessment Detail:
  • Coursework (CW 20%)
  • Examination (EX 80%)
Further information on supplementary assessment Supplementary Assessment: Like-for-like reassessment (where allowed by programme regulations)
Further information on requisites Requisites: In taking this unit you cannot take MN50322
Further information on descriptions Description: Aims:
This unit aims to provide the students with an understanding of the fundamental principles of portfolio theory and making investment decisions.

Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the unit students will be expected to be able to:
(i) Analyze stocks, industries and markets for investment purposes;
(ii) Utilize asset management strategies to achieve specific investment goals;
(iii) Evaluate the performance of investments.

Numeracy (T/A)
Analytical ability (F/A)
Writing skills (A)
Time management (F/A)
Use of IT, notably for information gathering (F/A)

Portfolio theory, stock/industry/market analysis, Tactical asset allocation, performance measurement.
Further information on programme availabilityProgramme availability:

MN50556 is Optional on the following programmes:

Department of Economics
* This unit catalogue is applicable for the 2014/15 academic year only. Students continuing their studies into 2015/16 and beyond should not assume that this unit will be available in future years in the format displayed here for 2014/15.
* Programmes and units are subject to change at any time, in accordance with normal University procedures.
* Availability of units will be subject to constraints such as staff availability, minimum and maximum group sizes, and timetabling factors as well as a student's ability to meet any pre-requisite rules.