- 2-hour lecture plus a 1-hour tutorial.
- Please notice that attendance is highly recommended to interact with industry speakers.
- See timetable for classes on the University web site at: http://www.timetables.mq.edu.au/.
Recommended Textbook (Available at the Macquarie University library)
"Damodaran on Valuation" (2nd Edition) by Aswath Damodaran. ISBN: 978-0471751212
Investment Valuation: Tools and Techniques for Determining the Value of Any Asset, 3ed, Wiley (ISBN: 9781118011522)
Technology Used and Required
Students will require a calculator (scientific or financial) capable of handling exponents. Simple financial functions (as found on financial calculators) will not be required. If the calculator is to be used in exams then it must NOT be capable of storing text or formulae OR it must easily be demonstrated that all memory has been cleared.
Students must be familiar with spreadsheet technology (eg MS Excel or equivalent)
Unit Web Page
Course material is available on the learning management system at http://iLearn.mq.edu.au
You are strongly encouraged to regularly visit the website and use it as a resource centre to assist with your learning. All lecture material and examples, homework questions and answers, administration issues, and supplementary readings will be available on this site as the course progresses.
If you are unable to access the website because you are not aware of or have forgotten your username and password, please contact the IT helpdesk. All information can be found at http://informatics.mq.edu.au/help/
With regards to assistance in using iLearn please visit the following link. http://www.mq.edu.au/iLearn/student_info/index.htm
You can follow the tabs on the left, i.e., “Getting Started” and “Access iLearn”
Please remember to log out when you have finished using iLearn. Failure to do so could result in unauthorised access to your iLearn account.
Students are encouraged to ask questions, initiate discussions, and provide input from relevant personal experience.