Concentration in Finance
Banking, international finance, investments, currency trading, money management, financial analysis -- sound like you? These are but a few of the careers developed through the finance concentration. You'll find Freeman alums working in finance positions around the globe, with companies from banks to governments and everything in between.
The curriculum is organized in a practical, experience-developing, career-focused way. Course content is dictated by the skills and knowledge sets you need to succeed in a finance career. The curriculum is sequenced to synchronize the timing of your finance training to the timing of your job search. Technical skills useful in summer internships and initial interviews are emphasized early in the curriculum and more complex integrative skills are developed later as you approach job site visits and graduation.
Curriculum in Finance
Students may earn a concentration in finance by completing the following 12 credit-hours:
First year, spring semester
FINE 7130 Advanced Financial Management (3 credit hours)
Second year, fall semester
FINE 7600 Valuation and Financing Enterprises (3 credit hours)
FINE 7110 Investments (3 credit hours)
Second year, spring semester
FINE 7080 Options and other Derivative Securities (3 credit hours)
Students pursuing the finance concentration are encouraged to take Equity Analysis/Burkenroad Reports for Practice of Management III (MGMT 6230).
Electives in Finance:
Energy Markets, Institutions, and Policy
Energy Fundamentals and Trading
Advanced Energy Trading and Finance
Electricity Markets and Trading
Venture Capital and Private Equity
Real Estate Planning, Finance, and Development
Cases in Real Estate
Darwin Fenner Student Managed Fund
Independent Study: Finance