Bachelor Programs in Financial Analysis

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Financial Analysis

An undergraduate program is a three- to four-year course of study in a particular field. Half of the coursework is typically devoted to general education, such as science, geology, and mathematics. Students are exposed to a variety of liberal arts classes, enabling them to add a minor to their degree if desired.

You may be wondering, what is a Bachelor in Financial Analysis? This program equips students with advanced skills in economic and financial analysis, furnishing them with a sound basis of how economies and markets operate. The goal is providing graduates with a solid understanding of the commercial business environment. Coursework varies, but most programs include classes in corporate finance, macroeconomics, personal wealth management, and computer modeling.

Bachelor’s degrees offer students many professional and personal benefits. In addition to an increase in salary, most students tend to develop exceptional verbal and written communication, interpersonal talents, and organizational skills.

The costs associated with earning a bachelor’s degree vary, depending, among other factors, on the location of the institution. Students should contact specific schools that interest them to determine enrollments fees and tuition costs.

Earning an undergraduate degree in financial analysis may open the door to many career pathways in investment banking, economics, accounting, financial planning, and more. Some graduates provide advice to business on increasing profits and reducing exposures to financial risks. Others help private equity clients grow their investment portfolios. Many choose to become policy advisors, assisting government agencies to make better choices for jobs, the economy, public transport, or housing. Students may also elect to accelerate their careers by becoming an accountant, auditor, or stockbroker.

Many international opportunities and internet-based programs are available to provide flexible and convenient classes that accommodate the active lives of busy professionals. To get started with a course, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Auditing

Duoc UC
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Chile Santiago

An Auditor will perform the financial record-keeping, tax payments and management, information systems and management control of enterprises of different sizes and revenues, as well as auditing firms. In addition, one can perform and be independently contracted to advise different types of companies in the financial, accounting, tax, labor and auditing areas. [+]

Bachelors in Financial Analysis. School of Business and Administration Duoc UC offers a varied and versatile alternative technical and vocational training in the disciplines of management and business. The School of Business and Administration Duoc UC develops the full potential of their students, whether to work for private companies or to embark on their own ventures. Auditing An Auditor will perform the financial record-keeping, tax payments and management, information systems and management control of enterprises of different sizes and revenues, as well as auditing firms. In addition, one can perform and be independently contracted to advise different types of companies in the financial, accounting, tax, labor and auditing areas. Professional Title: Auditor Technical Title: General Tax Legislation Accountant How to apply First, check that your home university or polytechnic institute has an ongoing exchange agreement with Duoc UC. Thoroughly research your prospective courses. Most of our programs are in Spanish; therefore make sure you have sufficient proficiency in this language for your classes. We do offer a free 44 hour Spanish course for all non-native Spanish speakers, but in order to successfully complete your courses we advise at least an intermediate Spanish level. For non-Spanish speakers, Duoc UC also offers the Tourism and Hospitality Program, fully taught in English Required documents Download and fill in the application form Transcripts Letter of motivation Copy of your passport Enrollment certificate Nomination letter from home institution Once you have all the documentation, please have the coordinator of international relations at your home institution send a digital version to Maria Jimenez mjimenezt@duoc.cl Please bear in mind that after receiving your documentation it can take up to a month for us to process it and send you an answer, due the large amount of documentation we receive during the admission periods. Application deadlines 15 August– 15 October*: application for the first semester, March – July term 15 February – 15 April*: application for the second semester, August – December term *We advise students with Chinese nationality to apply as soon as the application period begins since the visa procedure can take up to six months. Acceptance letter A month after the application period ends, students will be informed via e-mail whether they have been accepted or not. In the case of being accepted, a hard copy of the acceptance letter will be sent to the International Student Officer of the student’s home institution. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management

Management College Of Southern Africa MANCOSA
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 South Africa Durban

The Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management is a specialised undergraduate degree that prepares students for the management of monetary resources in an organisation. [+]

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management Programme Code: SAQA-94677 - NQF level 7 - Credits 360 The Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management is a specialised undergraduate degree that prepares students for the management of monetary resources in an organisation. This programme is primarily aimed at developing financial and managerial skills, to equip students to meet the demand for specialists and leaders in the financial sector. The programme examines financial concepts such as capital, cash budgets, analysis of financial statements, taxation, commercial law and provides a comprehensive overview of financial management. In this way, while primarily gaining specialised financial skills, students consider and evaluate different factors in making informed decisions for continued financial growth in an organisation. Outcomes A student attaining the Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management [BCom (Financial Management)] degree will be able to: Obtain and assimilate knowledge appropriate to the practice of financial management in any organisation. Obtain professional and technical skills required in financial management. Evaluate financial and accounting concepts and principles and their application in solutions to practical finance problems. Prepare financial statements of entities, including groups of companies, using relevant financial information, accounting techniques and standards; and to analyse and interpret such financial statements. Use relevant financial techniques with cost information, for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control, within different business settings. Apply financial management techniques to issues affecting investment, financing, and dividend policy decisions of an organisation. Understand the general legal framework, and apply specific legal principles relating to business, including taxation legislation as applicable to individuals, single companies and groups of companies. Explain the process of carrying out the assurance (audit) engagement and its application in the context of the professional (audit) regulatory framework. Describe the organisational context of the financial manager and of the development of financial systems; to understand the need for the efficient use of resources within an organisation. Programme Structure Year 1 Semester 1 Business Management 1A Economics 1A Financial Management 1A Financial Mathematics Semester 2 Business Management 1B Economics 1B Financial Management 1B Business Information Systems Year 2 Semester 1 Business Management 2A Financial Management 2A Taxation 2A Commercial Law 2A Semester 2 Business Management 2B Financial Management 2B Taxation 2B Commercial Law 2B Year 3 Semester 1 Business Management 3A Financial Management 3A Business Management 3B Financial Management 3B Semester 2 Financial Management 3C Financial Management 3D Financial Management 3E Financial Management 3F Admission Requirements The minimum entry requirement is the National Senior Certificate or National Certificate Vocational with appropriate subject combinations and levels of achievement; or An equivalent NQF level 4 qualification with proven proficiency in English; or A Higher Certificate, an Advanced Certificate or Diploma. [-]

Finance

International University Alliance
Campus September 2017 USA Boston

A finance degree familiarizes you with the institutions, theory, and practice involved in the allocation of financial resources within the private and public sectors. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. [+]

Bachelors in Financial Analysis. Finance Degree A finance degree familiarizes you with the institutions, theory, and practice involved in the allocation of financial resources within the private and public sectors. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. In addition, the program offers elective work in real estate and risk management and insurance. The degree also prepares you for graduate studies in business, law and public administration. If Wall Street is your goal, the Sterne Agee brokerage firm has funded The Student Investment Program, an interactive program that allows a team of students to manage a $50,000 investment portfolio for which Sterne Agee and the Harbert College of Business share equally in the gains. The College also maintains a state of the art TIGER (Trading, Investing & Global Economic Research) Trading Lab that recreates a professional trading environment and allows you to get hands-on training in securities trading, financial modeling, and valuation. The lab also features a Bloomberg terminal, which gives you access to one of the most extensive databases of information available in the financial world. What to Expect Freshman Year: In your freshman year, you’ll take courses drawn primarily from the university core curriculum. These courses promote the development of key skills and prepare you for the rigorous training in your major. In addition, you’ll be exposed to Business Analytics, Macro and Micro Economics, and introduced to the principles of Accounting. Make sure you pay a visit to the Office of Professional and Career Development since it’s never too early to prepare yourself for the job market. Sophomore Year: In your sophomore year, you'll finish taking courses drawn primarily from the university core curriculum. By the end of this year, you should be prepared to begin focusing on Finance major course work. You should also be working with the Office of Professional and Career Development to hone your professional skills that will help you get the job. Junior Year: In your junior year, you’ll begin to focus on the major course work for your major and think about an area of concentration within the major that best suits your talents and goals. Take a look at the clubs and organizations that the college has to offer as these may open the door to scholarships and internships, and don’t forget the opportunities for international travel and study abroad. Senior Year: In your senior year, with a variety of electives from which to choose, you’ll focus on an area of concentration within the major that best suits your talents and goals. And you’ll begin the job interview process. With a finance degree, you’ll be in the best position to find a job directly upon graduation or to pursue a graduate degree. [-]