Bachelor of Science in Finance
The goal of Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Finance degree program is to build a strong base of contemporary business skills, tools, techniques and technologies for career-minded students interested in the fields of financial management, corporate finance and financial analysis.
In this professionally focused curriculum, students will be given the opportunity to study current approaches to financial planning and analysis, capital budgeting, money and capital markets, investments and securities, corporate risk management and financial markets and institutions. Coursework will challenge them to:
Demonstrate the application of computer systems technology including spreadsheets, the Internet, search engines among others.
Understand the role of capital markets in investment opportunities.
Examine the financial performance of a firm based on its financial statements.
Discuss the ethical ramifications of a firm’s financial disclosure.
Describe the functions and roles played by financial markets and institutions particularity as they relate to the flow of funds from lenders to borrowers within the global financial system.
Evaluate the activities and impact of the U.S. treasury department, state and local governmental units' involvement in raising funds within the financial system.
Discuss and evaluate the ethical, economic, demographic, social and technological forces reshaping financial institutions, financial markets and the financial system.
Analyze the ways in which monetary policy can influence a nation's economic goals of achieving full employment, controlling inflation, sustaining adequate economic growth and achieving a stable balance‐of‐payments position.
|| high school graduation or equivalency
||ENGL112, English Composition II, is a prerequisite for all 300 and 400 level courses. Exceptions to this policy must be approved by the appropriate Director of Education, Dean or Chair.
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
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coursework/degrees from another institution. The awarding of credit for and recognition of coursework/degrees completed at any other institution is at the
sole discretion of the receiving institution. No one at the School implied or made any representation or guarantee that coursework completed at another
institution would transfer to the School. Additionally, no one at the School implied, promised, or guaranteed that any credits earned at the School will
transfer to or be accepted by any other institution. I understand there is a meaningful possibility that some or all credits earned at the School will not
transfer to or be recognized by other institutions, and that it is my responsibility to find out in advance of enrollment whether a different institution will
recognize coursework/degrees or accept credits earned at the School.