Students may earn a concentration in finance by completing the following 12 credit hours
First year, spring semester
FINE 701 Options (1.5 credit hours)
FINE 703 Fixed Income Analytics (1.5 credit hours)
FINE 702 Corporate Financial Policy (1.5 credit hours) FINE 704 Financial Modeling (1.5 credit hours)
Second year, fall semester
FINE 711 Investments (3 credit hours)
FINE 760 Valuation and Financing Enterprises (3 credit hours)
Courses taken in the first year are technical courses designed to expand students’ analytical skills.
Second-year courses are designed to deepen students’ understanding of key subjects in finance and to develop their skills in judgment.
Students pursuing the finance concentration are encouraged to take Enterprise Valuation for Practice of Management II (MGMT 622) and Equity Analysis for Practice of Management III (MGMT 623).