Good stewardship of financial resources requires not only in-depth understanding of investments but also awareness of the impact of fiscal decisions on individuals and society. The study of finance immerses students in the interconnected world of money, markets, capital, credit, banking, and the many ways that monetary and fiscal policies affect the well-being of people. Students studying Finance pursue various career paths after graduation, including financial analysis, corporate finance, banking and wealth management.
Specialization courses include:
- FIN 332: Investment Analysis
- FIN 334: Corporate Finance
- FIN 436: Advanced Corporate Finance
- Elective. Choose one below:
- FIN 313: Financial Modeling in Excel
- FIN 337: Options & Futures
- FIN 342: Financial Markets & Institutions
- FIN 389: International Corporate Finance
- FIN 391: Money, Banking, & Financial Crisis
- FIN 491: Special Topics in Finance
- ECON 338: Financial Modeling, Options, and Futures
Students must also complete the core university requirements, specific to their major, in order to complete their degree. Business students are required to complete courses which include: philosophy, theology, humanities, literature, writing and composition, and free electives.
See complete degree requirements, including business and liberal arts requirements.