Understanding the principles and analysis of investment and monetary and fiscal policy are the lifeblood of all financial matters within an organization. Receiving a BBA in the Finance Track at Concordia University prepares students for a position in the banking industry, financial institutions, business firms and governmental organizations. Classes focus on the principles that support the decision making process in this area.
For more information on the Finance Concentration contact Dr. Woodard Springstube, Director of the Finance Concentration at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 512.313.5303.
From the courses listed below 15 semester hours must be taken during the Junior and Senior year to complete the Finance Track
BADM 3361 Money, Banking, and Credit
BADM 4361 Investments
BADM 4364 Capital Budgeting
Plus select two additional courses from the following list:
BADM 4363 International Financial Management
BADM 4365 Governmental Finance
BADM 4366 Financial Risk Management
BADM 4310 Business Internship