Finance involves the study of business finance, investments, and financial institutions. The finance concentration develops the skills necessary to work at a high level of expertise in all areas of finance, in both the private as well as public sectors.
The finance concentration develops the skills necessary to work at a high level of expertise in all areas of finance, in both the private as well as public sectors: asset management; commercial and investment banking in an international context; the financial management (‘treasury function’) of commercial and industrial enterprises as well as of financial institutions; the financial aspects of venture capital as well as of mergers and acquisition; and in most aspects of management consulting in both the domestic as well as the international sectors.
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Possible Career paths
- Financial management in business, government, or non-profits
- Banking and Insurance
- Asset management for institutional investors
- Financial planning for private wealth
- Treasurer, Chief Risk Officer, Chief Investment Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
- Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU)
- Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU)
- Financial Risk Manager (FRM)
- Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)