Acquire a balanced understanding of the most crucial aspects of business with EU Business School’s Master in Finance. The program explores many areas of economics including portfolio management, asset pricing, derivative securities and blockchain fundamentals. This business program is designed to prepare students for the ever-growing complexity of today’s business world. Some courses include: Portfolio Management, Risk Management in Financial Markets, and Fundamentals of Blockchain Technologies. Graduates can pursue careers in Asset Management, Financial Analysis, Investment Banking and Fintech.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Global Finance is similar to the Bachelor of Business Administration- Global Finance. This undergraduate program provides students with the foundations of financial theories, global banking, accounting and more. Students learn the basics of how to research and study real-life global finance case-studies and navigate local and global economic systems. Students in this program can apply their studies to immediately improve their prospects in the workforce. Recipients typically utilize their certificate to for entry-level positions in finance and marketing.
The Master in Finance is a graduate program at IE that gives students the opportunity to master finance in business. Students study financial strategies, theories, markets, and more. Most graduates of this program enter the financial services and consulting sectors respectively. Example careers are investment managers, financial analysts, asset management, and financial risk assessors.
When you choose finance as your major at SLU, you will look at the way businesses raise and invest capital as well as the way individuals apportion savings. You will cover investment substitutes and how the markets work to connect the demand for capital by firms and the stream of capital by investors. You will choose from options including real estate, commercial real estate, insurance, applied portfolio management and financial planning.
Saint Louis University-Madrid's Department of Finance is a CFA University Affiliated Program. The initiative is an affiliation between the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute and exclusive colleges and universities around the world.
Sawyer Business School’s Finance department offers a trailblazing syllabus that focuses on the ever-changing demands of the international financial world. Students are introduced to the newest educational technology, including StockTrak, Bloomberg, Compustat, CRSP and Morningstar. Sawyer Business School’s trading room gives a simulated environment where students can examine the up-to-date stock quotes and assess exchange rates; just like professional traders do.
Professors at Suffolk University offer a first-hand international perspective because many have lived, worked and studied in countries all over the world including Uganda, Tunisia, China, and Iran. Other faculty members are leading researchers who have written in top academic publications, such as the Journal of Economics and Business and the Journal of Corporate Finance.
Concentrations include: Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, Financial Planning and Investment.
With a finance minor, students will achieve a greater understanding of how people, companies, markets and countries produce and move wealth. Students will also learn how to administer assets and liability and use diagnostic techniques to make fiscal decisions. Select one of the following: Finance, Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance or Investments.
Financial management is a vital ability in the world of business. Completing the Finance Minor as a College of Arts & Sciences student, four courses (12 credit hours) will be required. Business students are required to complete three courses (9 credit hours).
Bircham University’s Finance & Economics course gives a complete study of finance and economics. Finance is a theoretical framework that combines corporate finance, investments and financial institutions and demonstrates how companies should be managed to increase worth. Economics mixes concepts and the use of the economic tools of analysis to a broad variety of situations. The program covers economy since the beginning of its intellectual contributions to the development of modern economic philosophy. It is created from a decision-making standpoint to deal with the practical and everyday financial-economic issues that challenge executives every day.
Subjects covered on this course include: Finance & Economics, Financial Markets & Institutions, Micro & Macro Economics, Economic Development, Money & Banking, Creating & Managing Value, Economic Analysis, Community & Social Development, Industrialized Countries Economy, Global Political Economy, Financial Accounting & Analysis, Microfinance & Microcredits, Financial Management, Financial Strategic Planning, Corporate Finance, Capital Markets and Investment Strategies.
The Finance & Economics program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree programs.