Office of Undergraduate Programs, 215 Whitman School of Management, 315-443-2361
Amber Anand, Robert Arscott, Kivanc Avrenli, Tom Barkley, Si Cheng, Anna Chernobai, Fernando Diz, Erasmo Giambona, Candace Jens, Roger Koppl, Peter E. Koveos, Sue Long, Ricardo Lopez Aliouchkin, Milena Petrova, Penelope Pooler Eisenbies, James Seward, Yu Shan, Ravi Shukla, Fatma Sommez-Leopold, A. Joseph Warburton, David Weinbaum, Lai Xu, Tianyue Zhang
The study and understanding of finance is an integral component of decision-making in all areas and levels of management. Finance is a global, dynamic, and exciting discipline. It offers a unique blend of theory and practical applications. To prepare themselves for the study of finance, students should pay special attention to economics, accounting, and quantitative methods. The competitive nature of the field also necessitates a deep commitment and the appropriate work ethic. Since finance is a forward- looking discipline, those wishing to pursue a finance career should be willing to function in a world full of challenges and uncertainty. Whether it entails working on Wall Street or for a multinational company in Shanghai, the profession offers opportunities that can be both intellectually and professionally rewarding.
Offerings include courses in financial management, investments, the security market, international finance, distress investing, portfolio management, financial engineering, and financial institutions.