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.

At the Busch School of Business and Economics, finance is considered, not only from the standpoint of maximizing the return on investments, but also as a way of sharing the benefits of prosperity for the common good. With rigorous courses in investment analysis, options and futures, financial markets, financial statement analysis, and corporate finance, our finance programs are designed to prepare students for careers managing the finances of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations as well as serving the needs of the financial services industry.

 

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    Finance (B.S.B.A.)

    With courses in investment analysis, financial markets, financial statement analysis, and corporate finance, this program prepares students for careers as securities analysts or brokers.

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    International Economics and Finance - Honors (B.S.)

    This program is designed to provide students with proficiency in economic theory and policy making as they relate to the workings of the global economy.

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    Minors and Specializations

    The Busch School offers six minor programs and one specialization for students who are majoring in business and economics. It also offers eight minor programs for students who are not majoring in business and economics.

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