Students pursuing the finance concentration develop skills in project analysis, decision making under uncertainty, valuation of a wide variety of assets, and budgeting. They gain an understanding of markets, incentives, and the role of diverse stakeholders in financial decisions. Students also learn how to incorporate non-financial variables into analyses, such as when seeking to finance socially beneficial projects. Graduates are equipped to make financial choices for their own businesses, join the finance departments of larger corporations, or begin careers in financial services firms.
Students must take the following to earn a concentration in finance:
|MGMT 216||Corporate Finance I||3|
|MGMT 267||Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Money and Financial Institutions|
|Modeling and Data Analysis|