Sunday, July 15, 2007


The purpose of the Finance specialization in the MBA program is to prepare students for superior achievement in the highly competitive, complex and rapidly changing field of finance. Our students will acquire the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to solve the strategic and tactical problems that finance executives face today and will face in the future in the international business world.

The effective executive of the new century understands the importance of financial decisions in nearly every aspect of the organization. Using the corporation’s goals, capital requirements, and historical accounting information, the financial manager must be able to forecast the firm’s future needs for funds and prepare plans for securing these funds at the optimum cost. The successful financial manager combines an understanding of rapid changes in the money and capital markets with the knowledge of the corporation’s financial needs. The finance specialization prepares professionals in major corporations, financial institutions, and governmental agencies.

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