Studying Finance

Finance Is the management of money at the personal, corporate, and public levels. Students explore the way investment firms, banks, and other financial institutions work. They learn how financial markets operate and how to make effective investment and financial decisions.

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Understand financial markets, investment strategies, risk management, and corporate finance.
- Make smart investment decisions and optimize capital structure.
- Develop analytical skills to assess the financial health of organizations.
- Apply financial theories to practical scenarios.
- Develop valuable job skills like problem-solving and communication.

Careers Opportunities

Graduates work as financial planners, financial analysts, commercial bankers, investment managers, and more. With experience and professional certifications, like CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) or CFP (Certified Financial Planner), they can advance to senior positions, such as financial directors, chief financial officers (CFO), or investment managers.

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To Graduate

Major Core Requirements: 37 Credits
Specialization Course Requirements: 27 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Electives: 6 Credits
Foreign Language Course: 3 Credits
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