The major in Finance at Franklin provides students with a comprehensive and rigorous education of both theory and practice in finance. The curriculum emphasizes up-to-date knowledge in finance and teaches students the skills and tools necessary to succeed in today’s highly globalized and technological world. Students learn how to apply concepts from economics, finance and business to real-world problems using teaching methods based on traditional lectures, case studies, simulations, and experiential learning. In particular, the program stresses both the area of financial economics (studying the behavior of traders in financial markets and the determinants of price formation) and of financial management (studying business practices useful in devising strategies to attain financial goals). Within the major, students can choose between a business applications track and an economic policy applications track.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma and Personal Recommendations.
Fall Semester deadline is December 1.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning