Three areas of required and elective courses.
- Corporate Finance: encompasses tools and techniques for valuing productive assets, choosing ways of funding them, and gauging financial success.
- Investments: theoretical and practical models help assess risks and rewards of stocks, bonds, derivatives, and other “financial assets” (individually and in portfolios), as well as the financial health of firms and institutions offering them to the investing public.
- Markets and institutions: explores the ways in which bankers, brokers, and other financial institutions convert savings into productive capital.
This degree is designed to ensure that students understand the role of finance in organizations. Finance graduates work in industry, on Wall Street, in major banking and consulting firms, and as wealth managers.