Finance related functions for organizations are growing increasingly important. Individuals with the ability to understand the markets and how businesses raise and invest capital are highly regarded within businesses and organizations. Finance is a broad term covering such diverse topics as Money and Banking, Investment, Insurance, Risk Management, Estate Planning, Corporate Finance, and Financial Institutions. Organizations need individuals with the knowledge to calculate contemporary financial measures of performance and risk as well as the ability to explain how the financial services component industries interact with each other.
As a graduate of our program, you’ll understand the dimensions of performance and risk relevant to financial services companies; you’ll be able to assess consumer financial needs and the mechanisms available for fulfilling these needs; describe and apply financial concepts, theories, and tools; evaluate the role of technology and the legal, ethical and economic environment as it relates to financial services; and prepare personal financial plans for clients.
UMC Graduates with the B.S. Finance degree will acquire the skills necessary to participate in managing a financial services company. As an interdisciplinary major, the curriculum also draws heavily from courses in general education, management, marketing, and accounting.
Graduates from UMC’s major in Finance will have the skills and experience to compete effectively for entry-level employment positions such as
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