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Finance

Finance is the field of study that focuses on managing the finances of firms, financial institutions, and individuals.

As a finance student you will learn to...

  • Prepare financial reports, direct investment activities, and implement cash management strategies
  • Evaluate long-term investments and their financing
  • Become proficient in financial reporting software
  • Excel in communicating financial information clearly and concisely to internal and external clients
  • Understand the importance of ethics in the financial profession
  • Work effectively with people in project teams
  • Lead in the management of people
  • Enjoy lifelong learning in the rapidly changing financial field

Finance graduates have many career choices. Typical positions held by finance graduates include: corporate financial officer, banker, stockbroker, financial analyst, portfolio manager, and personal financial planner.

Comprehensive Major

(60 credits/no minor required)

Provides an overview of financial principles and practices. Focuses on managing the finances of firms, financial institutions, and individuals.

Minor

(27 credits)

Provides a general understanding of finance

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