Do you have a strong interest in banking, accounting, the economy, and finance in general? Then you ought to join the Finance program. Being in this program requires students to have a solid financial foundation and strong quantitative skills. This major emphasizes corporate finance and financial investment. Students will be trained in microeconomics, macroeconomics, data analytics, accounting, financial analysis, risk management, banking operations, and corporate governance. The courses will also provide students with practical computational skills and an in-depth understanding of the application of financial theory in a world of disruptive innovation.

Armed with a degree in finance, you can work as a mutual fund manager, credit and loan manager, business entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, financial risk manager, economic researcher, or graduate program professor in a university.