Certificate in Corporate Finance
The Certificate in Corporate Finance is an academic track for students interested in career opportunities in the Corporate Finance field. The courses allow students to develop an in-depth understanding of financial planning and analysis, treasury, investment banking, security analysis, and other specialized topics.
Students can earn the Certificate in Corporate Finance by completing 15 credit hours of study. Students must achieve a GPA of 3.0 in the required and elective courses to earn the certificate.
Certificate Requirements and Curriculum (15).
|FINANC 3000||Corporate Finance||3|
|or FINANC 2000||Survey of Business Finance|
|FINANC 4010||Financial Management||3|
|FINANC 4110||Financial Management Policy||3|
|FINANC 4310||Financial Modeling and Databases||3|
|FINANC 4450||Financial Ethics and Professional Standards||3|
|FINANC 4640||Enterprise Risk Management||3|
|FINANC 4820||Investment Fund Management||3|
|FINANC 4840||Angel Capital Education Program||3|