Bachelor Degree in Economics and Administration in Lake in USA

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Economics and Administration

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

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Bachelor of Finance

Lake Forest College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Lake Forest

The finance major at Lake Forest prepares students for careers across the broad and diverse financial services industry including investment management, trading, corporate finance, commercial and investment banking, insurance and risk management... [+]

Bachelors in Economics and Administration in Lake in USA. Bachelor of Finance The finance major at Lake Forest prepares students for careers across the broad and diverse financial services industry including investment management, trading, corporate finance, commercial and investment banking, insurance and risk management. Finance is a diverse field requiring highly specialized skills to succeed in a dynamic and growing industry. The goal of our finance program is to produce career-ready graduates who are able to compete successfully in today’s job market. Our curriculum is consistent with both the CFA© (Chartered Financial Analyst) and CFP© (Certified Financial Planner) programs. The finance major focuses on asset valuation and pricing, risk measures and metrics, time value of money, discounted cash flow analysis, investment analysis, portfolio management, accounting, statistical analysis, mathematics and ethics. A minor in finance is also offered to compliment any major on campus providing a distinguishing attribute to potential employers. Business Courses BUSN 130: Applied Statistics BUSN 230: Financial Accounting BUSN 280: The Mexican-American Border BUSN 315: Operations Management BUSN 322: Emerging Markets Analysis BUSN 330: Intermediate Accounting BUSN 331: Managerial Accounting BUSN 341: Global Cultures & Intnl Bus-Chgo BUSN 345: Principles of Marketing Strategy BUSN 346: Entrepreneurial Marketing BUSN 350: Capital Budgeting BUSN 360: Social Entrepreneurship BUSN 460: Brand Management and Positioning BUSN 470: Latin American Global Business BUSN 471: Asian Bus Culture & Trade Relations BUSN 489: Globalization and Its Impact BUSN 490: Internship Economics Courses ECON 110: Principles of Economics ECON 129: MS Excel for E/B/F Students ECON 130: Applied Statistics ECON 210: Microeconomic Theory ECON 220: Macroeconomic Theory ECON 245: Child Labor in Latin America ECON 265: Poverty, Inequality, Discrimination ECON 280: The Mexican-American Border ECON 310: Industrial Organization ECON 313: Money & Banking ECON 320: Labor Economics ECON 325: Economics of Land ECON 330: Econometrics ECON 340: Environ & Natural Resource Econ ECON 345: Economics and Law ECON 350: Public Finance ECON 360: Health Economics ECON 370: Managerial Economics ECON 375: Economics of Sport ECON 380: Game Theory ECON 381: Economics of Development ECON 385: Mathematical Economics ECON 430: International Trade Theory & Policy ECON 431: International Finance ECON 440: Advanced Macroeconomics ECON 483: Behavioral Economics and Finance ECON 489: Globalization and Its Impact ECON 490: Internship Finance Courses FIN 130: Applied Statistics FIN 140: Introduction to Insurance FIN 210: Financial Management FIN 310: Corporate Finance FIN 320: Investments FIN 337: Real Estate Finance FIN 340: Risk Management and Insurance FIN 365: Fundamental Equity Analysis FIN 370: Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 385: Options and Futures FIN 415: Corp Fin, Public Policy, & Society FIN 431: International Finance FIN 483: Behavioral Economics and Finance FIN 490: Internship Requirements The Majors and Minors in Economics, Business, and Finance were redesigned in 2013 (see left navigation bar for requirements before Fall 2013). The new requirements will apply to all students who matriculate in Fall Semester 2013 or thereafter. Current students may choose to follow either the new requirements or the old requirements. The rules pertaining to repeated courses will apply to students who received a grade of C- or lower prior to Fall 2013 in BUSN/ECON 180, FIN 237, and FIN 380, and who wish now to re-take these courses in their newly numbered guises (respectively): BUSN/ECON/FIN 130, FIN 210, and FIN 320. The Department of Economics and Business offers Majors and Minors in Economics, Business, and Finance. Students cannot double major within the Department of Economics & Business. Student also cannot have both a major and minor that are both from the Department of Economics & Business. [-]