Our program, ranked No. 12 by College Factual and a Bloomberg Experiential Learning partner, prepares proactive, values-driven finance professionals. You’ll train using the latest tools of the industry.
MBA course choices include: Financial Analysis; Investment Theory; Derivatives
Boost your resumé with a specialty credential in finance geared toward one of Canada’s fastest-growing industries. In the two-year in-depth Finance Post-Baccalaureate Diploma program, you’ll acquire financial literacy, a strong foundation in investment analysis and portfolio management, and an understanding of business and financial law. Once you graduate, you’ll be prepared to take on roles such as financial planner, and financial or investment analyst.
Find out about different kinds of investments, in both personal and corporate contexts. You’ll learn about investments, financial management, markets and institutions. A finance background will aid you in the financial services sector, a significant component of the economy.
Our strategy is to assemble and nurture a faculty whose interests and skills complement each other, and who work well together: a) to produce a broad range of finance-related research that is published in top-tier scientific and practitioner journals, and that addresses issues of present and future importance to managers (including regulators and policy makers); b) to develop highly-relevant and intellectually rigorous MBA and executive education courses; and c) to mentor future academics through the Business Economics doctoral program. Our applied focus and access to business organizations are major advantages which are reinforced by our students and our case-based approach. We have a faculty with broad expertise, and we have resources, field contacts, and institutional support, all of which we can leverage to do richer work and be more productive than we could at other institutions.
A Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance provides the foundational business knowledge and understanding of specific financial services topics you’ll need to make informed decisions for your organization. You will explore how companies can adapt to changing markets and conditions. What You'll Learn In our BA in Business Administration/Finance program, accessible 100% online, you will learn about tools for making effective investments and managing capital costs. You will also demonstrate an understanding of the theories and practices of corporate finance, investment and portfolio management
Finance majors study financial management and emerging trends in the finance field. Students are exposed to the theory and practice in corporate finance, financial institutions, investments, international finance, financial planning, insurance, real estate and other related areas. The finance major provides students with important analytical tools and practical skills necessary for managing portfolios of securities, analyzing corporate investment and financing decisions, and controlling and planning the flow of funds within an enterprise. The BSBA in Finance requires completion of a minimum of 21 credit hours in finance. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 in the finance major and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 overall must be maintained to graduate. Students may choose to specialize in one of four concentration areas–Investments, Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, or Financial Planning.
Skilled financial management is essential to business success. The Department of Finance provides you with the concepts, tools, and technologies to take on the complex issues of the global financial markets and meet the challenges facing businesses from small startups to multinational corporations. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the world’s leading business school accrediting organization, our undergraduate, graduate, and dual-degree programs in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance provide you with a solid foundation designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application as well as techniques to adapt to shifting issues in the field. Our faculty bring a wealth of experience as well as new and vital research to the classroom in specialized courses covering core areas of the financial industry, including banking, capital markets, global debt, private equity and venture capital, investments and stock exchanges, corporate governance standards, securities regulation, and ethics. Outside the classroom, participation in the LIU Post student chapter of the Financial Management Association International enables you to engage with leaders in the finance industry and to develop your own leadership and organizational skills. Through the Department’s outstanding intern program, you will gain real-world experience with leading corporations.
The Advantage of an LSU Master of Science in Finance The Master of Science program in Finance provides students with the analytical and communication skills necessary for effective financial decision making through the application of financial theory and quantitative techniques. With ever-increasing financial globalization and competition for employment in the financial sector, it is crucial that professionals prepare for the increasingly complex world of finance by building a solid foundation. The MS finance program offers a challenging advanced degree that prepares its participants to become the leaders of this rewarding and dynamic field.
The Master of Science in Finance combines finance, accounting, economics, and statistics to cover all the important areas of Finance. The program takes advantage of UIC’s location in the world’s leading futures and options financial center, with close links to business and global financial institutions.
The Bachelor of science in business administration - finance at the Ketner School of Business focuses on the decisions that company CFO's, analysts, and bank executives use to help businesses expand and flourish. Our accredited program focuses on real world learning, an internship in the industry, and teaching by experts in finance. Our graduates work in large and small banks and financial institutions, as well as the nation's leading businesses.
Offered by the Kogod School of Business, the Finance (BS) program meets the needs of students pursuing professional financial careers in industrial, financial, governmental, not-for-profit, and consulting organizations. Students complete the business undergraduate core and 24 credits of advanced-level courses providing an in-depth knowledge of finance. Students successfully completing these requirements should be well prepared for professional financial careers, to sit for the first level of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) exams, to continue their education in one of KSB's master's programs, or to pursue additional study towards a graduate degree at other institutions.
The University at Albany School of Business prepares the best and brightest students to adapt and compete in the ever-changing marketplace. AACSB dual accreditation in business and accounting places the UAlbany School of Business in the top 2% of world's 13,000 business schools. Highly ranked world-class faculty teach sixteen undergraduate programs in business, accounting and digital forensics, six full-time MBA options and four graduate programs in accounting. Faculty have received more than $10 million in grants and funded research – the highest among all business schools in the U.S.
Finance majors study financial management and emerging trends in the finance field. Students are exposed to the theory and practice in corporate finance, financial institutions, investments, international finance, financial planning, insurance, real estate and other related areas. The finance major provides students with important analytical tools and practical skills necessary for managing portfolios of securities, analyzing corporate investment and financing decisions, and controlling and planning the flow of funds within an enterprise. The BSBA in Finance requires completion of a minimum of 21 credit hours in finance. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 in the finance major and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 overall must be maintained to graduate. Students may choose to specialize in one of four concentration areas–Investments, Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, or Financial Planning
Money is a powerful force that drives our world. Studying finance is largely about learning how to make financial decisions for organizations ranging from small businesses to large governments.
Whether your goal is to become a leading financial professional on Wall Street or go into business on your hometown’s Main Street, the Widener School of Business Administration’s finance major is the degree for you. Finance is a broad discipline that that can be applied to all aspects of business, and financial market changes are felt worldwide. Therefore, individuals trained in finance become leaders in a wide range of industries. At Widener, you’ll learn how to be analytical, how to budget, how to be a problem solver, and how to become a future leader.
Students may elect a Business Management concentration in consultation with the Business Management faculty listed in the course catalog. Each concentration has two key courses marked with asterisks (*). It is recommended that a student select these two courses, and two additional courses within a particular concentration.
Under the auspices of the Bendheim Center for Finance (link is external), Princeton undergraduates concentrating in any department may earn a certificate that attests to their proficiency in the discipline of finance. The rapidly developing field of finance focuses on the pricing of financial assets, including equities, bonds, currencies, and derivative securities; portfolio management and the evaluation of financial risks; banking and financial intermediation; the financing of corporations; corporate governance; financial-market and banking regulation; and many other topics. In addition to the obvious practical relevance of finance, the field contains both challenging intellectual problems and a distinctive formal framework within which those problems can be addressed. Knowledge of modern finance is also essential to the proper understanding of many other topics in economics and public policy, including the determination of exchange rates and international capital flows, the making of monetary and fiscal policy, the role of financial reform in developing and transition economies, the regulation and taxation of financial markets and financial instruments, and antitrust policy. Finally, modern finance is remarkably eclectic, drawing from many disciplines besides economics, including mathematics, operations research, engineering, computer science, psychology, politics, and history.
School of Business, Public Administration, and Information Sciences Complex financial markets drive the world economy, and an understanding of those markets and how they may help or hinder a firm's financial performance is critical in today’s ever-changing world. Finance is a powerful and influential field that can be defined as the art and science of managing money. The Bachelor of Science degree in Finance provides a broad-based understanding of the principles that govern financial institutions and markets, and the strategies they employ to maximize investor returns while minimizing risk. The program develops students' competencies as financial professionals and prepares them for careers in corporate finance, investment banking, international finance security, analysis brokerage and securities trading, and portfolio management. The school has relationships with a number of prestigious financial organizations and firms that offer internships and cooperative education opportunities which provide a professional working environment for students, while helping them to establish a valuable network of contacts for future employment.
Finance, a program in the Business Group, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized acceditation association for business education. The central objectives of the major in finance are to develop students' critical and analytical skills and to enable them to apply these skills effectively in identifying and solving problems in the area of finance. A second program objective is to foster within the student awareness of values and moral issues in modern finance.
Having the right financial tools and methodologies are of crucial importance for both small and large businesses. Webster University’s Bachelor of Science in Finance degree program prepares our students to meet the growing demand for finance professionals by imparting crucial knowledge and skills in important areas such as raising capital, making investments, and understanding the financial markets in which businesses operate. In addition to completing the core business curriculum requirements, students majoring in finance will study the three general areas of finance: corporate finance, investments, and financial institutions and markets. After completion of the finance core, students have choices to tailor their program according to their interest and career outlook. Finance students who want to take advance certification, including the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certified Financial Planner (CFP), can take advanced courses in Investments and Portfolio management, while others may focus on Entrepreneurial Finance, Capital Budgeting, or International Finance.
The programs of study leading to a degree, with a major in finance, are based on the conviction that successful administration in business demands an understanding of the operation of the individual firm and the environment in which it must function, as well as a command of the analytical tools essential to decision making.
Major Emphasizing a finance-focused education, this degree directly targets the financial industry including commercial banks, investment banks, investment companies, and insurance companies.
A degree in Finance provides training and specialization in all aspects of raising and allocating financial capital. Finance is a specialty that deals with the allocation of resources on the corporate, institutional, and personal levels. Financial management encompasses the sources and uses of funds in all sectors of the economy. This program gives students perspectives on decision‐making problems in business, computer–based financial analysis, the institutional and legal structures of corporate finance and financial institutions, and the application of theoretical models. Students are educated on several traditional finance fields, such as Corporate Finance, Investments, and Financial Services.
One of the best Irish pensions. Columba's College was founded in 1843. Today, about 295 people study here, 80% of them live in school residences at a boarding school. From the very beginning of the foundation, the staff of the institution strives not only to give the children academic knowledge and skills, but also to instill a love for learning, self-development, and motivation to achieve personal goals and results. Today it is one of the best and most prestigious schools in Ireland and the British Isles.
The educational establishment was founded in 1843 in the county of Meath (Stakallan town), but in 1849 it moved to the territory closer to Dublin. Campus St. Columba's College is located close to the center of the Irish capital, just a few kilometers away, and is located among the famous scenic Dublin hills near the bay. The distance to the center of Dublin is 10 kilometers, to the international airport - only 30 kilometers, which greatly facilitates the transfer. The total area reaches 150 acres - it is home to ancient buildings of high architectural value (Victorian and Georgian era of construction) and well-kept green gardens, lawns and groves. Students like to relax in the fresh air, play sports and play active games, spend time in the sun and make picnics. Of particular value is the old chapel, created in 1880 by the great architect William Butterfield - today here are held general meetings, concerts and church services.
Just a short walk from the campus there is a bus stop: a regular bus runs to and from the city center.