Our finance curriculum is carefully designed to provide students with the analytical skills and practical expertise necessary to excel in any finance career. We equip students with key frameworks for financial decision making, using Nobel prize-winning models of early theorists and cutting-edge methodologies of today.
Elective courses are organized into two broad and overlapping groups. Financial Management courses deal with the optimal acquisition and deployment of capital within an organization while Investment Management is concerned with developing tools to assess risk and return in a variety of asset class settings. Other electives are industry-based and address corporate and investments topics.
A concentration in finance includes four (4) classes (12 credits) beyond the core requirements. Elective courses in finance have included: