Dec 16, 2018  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Finance, B.S.


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As an applied science to manage time and risk, Finance can harness the vast opportunities to create and manage wealth and wealth building opportunities that exist in modern and well-functioning economies. The consequences of maximizing return on our investments and minimizing their risk can have substantial impact on our welfare.

Program Goals:

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Science in Finance degree, students will:

  • demonstrate a solid understanding of the major concepts, terms, and theories of modern finance.
  • exhibit the skills necessary to analyze and valuate financial equity, fixed income securities, and portfolios.
  • demonstrate the ability to analyze and assess risk and risk-mitigation tools.
  • master the ability to conduct research in different areas of finance.
  • demonstrate solid preparation to pursue graduate studies.
  • secure positions in the field and succeed in finance careers or pursue graduate studies.

Suggested sequence of courses:


Freshman Year


Fall Semester (15 Credits)


Sophomore Year


Fall Semester (15 Credits)


Spring Semester (15 Credits)


Junior Year


Fall Semester (15 Credits)


Spring Semester (15 Credits)


Senior Year


Minimum credits required: 120


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