Auburn Montgomery’s B.S.B.A. in Finance offers a mix of applied and theoretical courses with an emphasis on the applied. Though the successful completion of courses in the Finance core you will garner the terminology, tools and skills necessary for a career in the financial services industry or functional area of financial management, as well as for graduate study. The program requires completion of a broad core of lower division courses that comprise the AUM core curriculum and an upper division business core that emphasizes a common body of knowledge and tools underlying the successful practice of business administration.
The program in finance provides a foundation in financial institutions, financial planning and financial management. Students may then elect to concentrate in these areas or select advanced courses in related areas of finance, accounting or economics.
Finance Specialization Requirements
|FINA 3370 || |
Personal Financial Planning
|FINA 3620 ||Financial Management II ||3 |
|FINA 3650 ||Financial Institutions & Markets ||3 |
|FINA 4640 ||Invest Analysis & Portfolio Management ||3 |
|FINA 4800 ||Finance Seminar ||4 |
| ||Finance Electives ||15 |
| ||Total Hours ||31 |
Electives – See academic advising for a list of approved finance electives.
Competitive internships are available at local, regional, and national public accounting firms; governmental agencies; corporate and manufacturing entities; and nonprofit organizations.
- Financial Analyst
- Financial Planner
- Real Estate
- Estate & Retirement Planning
- Enterprise Risk Management
Economics and Finance Club
Get to know your fellow Economics and Finance majors as well as faculty members by joining the Economics and Finance Club. The club encourages academic achievement and provides an opportunity to learn from professionals about the many career choices offered to economics and finance graduates. For more information call the club advisor, Dr.Tewhan Hahn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 244-3231, or Jeff Bates at email@example.com or 244-3187.
Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honors Society
Provides means not only to confer suitable honors on promising students but also to encourage scholarship by organized meetings at conferences and through the publication of its official journal. For more information contact advisor, Dr. Mariano Runco at firstname.lastname@example.org or 244-3563.
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