Steven G. Mihaylo Hall 5113
Mehmet Akbulut, Ajay Bhootra, Sandy Bond, Carolyn Chang, Xin Che, Marcia Clark, John Cross, Amadeu DaSilva, Fangfang Du, Dipasri Ghosh, Joseph Greco, Yi Jiang, Jeffrey Jolley, Michael LaCour-Little, Lingxiao Li, Yuming Li, Johngha Lim, Yue Liu, Weili Lu, Michael Milligan, David Nanigian, Thanh Nguyen, James Primbs, Brian Roseman, Arsenio Staer, Mark Hoven Stohs, Erdem Ucar, Yingdi Wang, Ji Xie, Xiaoying Xie, Jing Yang
The Finance concentration includes five advisory tracks to assist students in selecting their coursework.
- The corporate and international financial management track prepares students for careers in corporate finance, with both domestic and international firms. Finance is a core business function at all firms since both financial and non-financial corporations need to effectively manage their assets and liabilities. Jobs may include financial analyst, budget analyst, and similar titles.
- The investments and financial planning track prepares students for careers in wealth management. Professionals use their knowledge of tax and investment strategies, securities markets, insurance, retirement plans, and real estate to develop financial plans and manage portfolios for both individuals and businesses. Students may elect to become Certified Financial Planners or work, for example, in the mutual funds industry.
- The insurance and financial services track prepares students for careers in insurance and related financial services fields. Insurance helps individuals and businesses manage risks of all types. Career paths may include underwriting, brokerage, actuarial science, asset management, customer service, claims adjusting, financial planning, and sales.
- The financial institutions track prepares students for careers in commercial and investment banking. Jobs in commercial banking may include credit analyst, loan officer, branch manager, trust officer, and mortgage banker. Investment banks help companies and governments engage with capital markets, issue securities, and provide financial advice.
- The real estate track is designed to prepare students for careers in the real estate sector, both residential and commercial. Professionals are employed in fields such as brokerage, leasing, development, title insurance, mortgage banking, property management, valuation, and corporate real estate.
Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
Programs and Courses Offered
Bachelor of Arts in Business Adminstration
Master of Business Administration
ProgramsMaster of Science
Courses are designated as FIN in the class schedule.