Overview

The BBA in Finance (FINA) program aims to equip students with quantitative and qualitative analytical skills to make proper financial decisions. Important topics covered in FINA curriculum include investment analysis, portfolio management, corporate finance, derivative securities, financial markets and institutions, financial accounting, and international finance.

FINA curriculum helps students gain proficiency in working with financial databases such as the Bloomberg Professional Services, Thomson Reuters Eikon, and Morningstar Direct. FINA students will acquire well-rounded business knowledge by taking courses in both finance and other business disciplines including accounting, statistics, economics, information systems, operations management, marketing, and management.

Our program offers many elective courses for students to develop specialties in specific areas of finance. The program is also flexible enough to accommodate students’ interest in choosing other disciplines for additional majors and minors.

Our program provides a wide range of activities such as Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), International Exchange Program, business case competitions, company visits, and personal development training. The real world experiences help develop our students to be well-rounded finance professionals.

Our graduates typically pursue careers in investment banking, retail banking, fund management, trading, private equity, insurance, accountancy, compliance, risk management, corporate finance, and management consulting. They are also well prepared for professional qualifications such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), the Certified Financial Planner (CFP), the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) and the Professional Risk Manager (PRM).