The coursework needed for a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance ensures that graduates fully understand the role of finance in organizations as they assume a career in industry. Students who earn this degree complete elective courses that encompass three areas:
- Corporate finance: Students focus on tools and techniques for valuing productive assets, choosing ways of funding them and gauging financial success.
- Investments: Our students analyze theoretical and practical models to assess the risks and rewards of stocks, bonds, derivatives and other “financial assets” (individually and in portfolios). They also study the financial health of firms and institutions that are being offered to the investing public.
- Markets and institutions: Students explore the ways in which bankers, brokers and other financial institutions convert savings into productive capital.