Bachelor Degree in Finance in Hamilton in New Zealand

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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.

A Bachelor’s degree of Finance covers a range of subjects that include economics, mathematics, finance and statistics. This allows students to understand subjects such as international trade and finance, financial modelling or financial management. Graduates will possess a broad understanding of financial systems and financial institutions.

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Containing 4000 tertiary Students and 1000 Ph.D Scientists Hamilton's education department has played a highly prominent role in the development of Hamilton's economy. Famous University names include University of Waikato, Waikato Institute of Technology and Te Wananga O Aoteara.

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Bachelor of business analysis honours - financial

The University of Waikato Management School
Campus Full time 3 years March 2017 New Zealand Hamilton

The BBA (Hons)(Fin) degree provides a first year of graduate study that follows on from the BBA(Fin) degree. It gives an opportunity to further explore and develop areas of interest in your chosen field as well as demonstrate excellence to employers. [+]

Bachelor of Business Analysis Honours - Financial

The BBA(Fin) is a three-year degree with a particular emphasis on financial analysis. It will open career opportunities in accounting, economics, investment banking or stock broking or any number of financial sector careers. Rather than covering the broader aspects of business management, you’ll look in depth at the quantitative (math based) disciplines.

Your first major will be in accounting, economics or finance; it’s strongly recommended that you also choose a second major. While this can be in any subject, you'll really focus your qualification if you take a second major in another BBA(Fin) subject. You can study any combination of two of the three subjects, such as accounting and finance, or economics and accounting. Other good second major subjects include statistics, mathematics or computer science.... [-]