The Department of Finance, Business Economics and Legal Studies offers a major program in finance (HEGIS 0504) leading to the BBA degree. The department also offers a minor concentration in finance.
Chair: J. Manley; Professors: J. Manley, E. Mariola, J. Nasuti, P. Reville, A. Shetty; Professors Emeriti: A. Braunstein, J. Ford, F. McGrath; Associate Professors: N. Gao, S. Kroleski, N. Kyaw, G. Mangiero; Assistant Professors: W. He, A. Munsch, M. Qayyum; Clinical Lecturer: E. Moscato; Coordinator of Internships: J. Manley.
The finance program prepares students for a career in finance in private and public sector organizations and for a graduate education in finance or any business discipline. Students are introduced to concepts, theories, and applied analysis relating to financial management, financial markets, and investments both domestic and international. While providing broad coverage, it focuses on developing decision-making skills utilizing computerized tools and online resources. Learning is further enhanced by an internship program that leverages contacts and alumni in the tri-state area.
The Department conducts a credit-bearing internship program with a select group of institutions in which students are expected to take part in projects and organizational decision-making. Each semester, invitations are extended to a limited number of students selected from among those who have demonstrated high academic achievement.
ProgramsBachelor of Business AdministrationNon-Degree