Financial Management and Capital Markets Track

The Finance sector is comprised of establishments primarily engaged in financial transactions, which involve the creation, liquidation, or change in ownership of financial assets. Almost every firm, government agency, and other type of organization employ one or more financial managers. Working in offices often close to top managers and with departments that develop the financial data those managers need, financial managers typically have direct access to state-of-the-art computer systems and information services.

Major Core
29:390:300 Financial Econometrics
29:390:315 Investments
29:390:330 Corporate Finance
29:390:370 Financial Institutions

Students are required to complete four, three-credit elective courses. Elective options are:

Course #  Title
29:390:331 Ethics in Finance
29:390:340 Financial Statement and Security Analysis
29:390:375 International Financial Management
29:390:386 Derivatives
29:390:440 Treasury Management (formerly titled Working Capital Management)
29:390:468 Analysis and Fixed Income
29:390:470 Security Analysis
29:390:475 Finance of Fashion & Other Creative Pursuits
29:390:476 Real Estate & Capital Markets
29:390:480 Real Estate Finance
29:390:493 Special Topics (Course topic changes every semester)
29:390:494 Pension Fund Management
29:390:496 Finance Internship/Cooperative
29:390:498 Independent Study in Finance

Note: The prerequisite course for Treasury Management (29:390:440) is Finance (29:390:329)