The financial management program is designed to provide both a sound theoretical and a conceptual and practical framework for financial managers. Special emphasis is placed on growth and diversification policies, evaluation, and management of securities portfolios, investment banking and merger strategies, analysis of foreign exchange rate movements, formulation of plans to reduce foreign exchange risk exposure, and case and/or research projects dealing with contemporary financial issues.
Students must take three (3) courses, totaling 9 credit hours in the area of their concentration while in residence at Westcliff University.
BUS 620 International Finance – 3 credit hours
BUS 621 Entrepreneurial Finance – 3 credit hours
BUS 622 Financial Statement Analysis – 3 credit hours
State Licensed through Bureau of Private Post-Secondary Education (BPPE). In the final stages of national accreditation through Distance Education and Training Council (DETC).