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Students receiving a BSBA in Finance are given a broad-based knowledge of finance which they may supplement by focusing on a particular area through choice of electives in finance. Electives include topics in international finance, derivative securities, bank management, and insurance among others... [+]
Are you curious about everything that happens around you? Then economics might satisfy your curiosity. In economics you study income, capital, and wellbeing. An economics degree incorporates math and statistics with connections to physical sciences such as biology and physics as well as many other disciplines—politics, law, history and psychology. Our proximity to New York City makes it possible for you to visit leading global and national financial institutions such as the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank. [+]
Three students are usually employed by the accounting faculty as student assistants. The student assistants grade homework, copy class handouts, periodically tutor students, and provide other administrative assistance. [+]
The department offers a major in economics for those students who wish to pursue a traditional liberal arts education containing a mixture of business and non-business classes outside the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business. [+]
A degree in Economics and Finance will give you the tools necessary for solving problems associated with asset valuation and investment decisions. [+]