Analyze and critically evaluate the effectiveness of the system of audit and corporate governance


Analyze and critically evaluate the effectiveness of the system of audit and corporate governance


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Module detail

Module title [ Financial Resources Management

Department/School Brunel Business School

Credits 15

Level PG

Module leader John Aston

Other staff

For academic year 2014/15

Which term Term 2

Contact and private study time Lectures [22 hours]

Labs/Seminars [None]

Private Study [128 hours]

Surgery hours available [None )]

Total [150 hours for 15 credits)

Office hours [2 hours]

Assessment Method Proportion of marks

Coursework 100%

Examination None

This module is to be taken as part of the following courses MSc Management

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The aim of this module is to:

Understand the issues and challenges that confront managers responsible for financial management. The concepts topics and methodological approaches and tools relevant to the analysis of the financial statements of the organisation and the development of financial strategies are evaluated and analysed.



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