Finance focuses on all aspects of money management, such as investment, collection, disbursement, borrowing, and fund-raising. These individuals prepare financial reports needed to conduct operations and to satisfy tax and regulatory requirements. Finance graduates also oversee the flow of cash and investments and develop information to assess the present and future financial status of an organization.
School Core Courses
All current RBS core courses (view curriculum)
Required Courses (9 credits)
Electives (12 credits)
|33:390:440||Advanced Corporate Finance ***RBS 24/7™||3|
|33:010:472||Analysis of Financial Statements**||3|
|33:390:410||Asset Pricing and Portfolio Analysis||3|
|33:390:460||Corporate Risk Management||3|
|33:390:331||Ethics in Finance||3|
|33:390:450||Financial Analysis, Planning & Forecasting||3|
|33:390:320||Global Capital Markets||3|
|33:390:414||Indexing and ETFs||3|
|33:390:375||International Financial Management||3|
|33:010:325||Intermediate Accounting I*||3|
|33:390:385||Investment Banking Analysis||3|
|33:390:465||Pension Fund Investment & Management||3|
|33:390:435||Real Estate Finance & Mortgage Backed Securities||3|
|33:390:480||Research In Finance||3|
|33:390:481||Research In Finance||3|
|33:390:430||Treasury Management (formerly titled Working Capital Management)||3|
*Note: Although Intermediate Accounting I (33:010:325) is included as an elective for the finance major, priority for this class is given at registration to accounting majors.
**Note: In accordance with the RBS New Brunswick policy for double/triple majors, at most one (i.e., NOT BOTH) of the Accounting courses (Intermediate Accounting I or Analysis of Financial Statements) may be counted as a Finance elective.
***RBS 24/7™ designates that this is a synchronous class, where the content is video streamed live and recorded, so that it is available for asynchronous viewing anytime (24/7). In addition, RBS 24/7™ classes offer access to a virtual helpdesk that offers extended, supplemental learning support. Contact the finance and economics department to learn more.