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Program Description

Finance is a discipline focused on the creation and management of money. To be exact, it studies how an individual, firm or government acquires money and spends money. Finance works in many areas, including asset pricing, financial markets, financial institutions, risk management, and corporate finance. The finance major will develop students’ skills in determining asset values, preparing corporate budgets, choosing optimal financial structures, managing risk, and making financial decisions such as dividend policies, mergers and acquisitions, and working capital management.