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School of Finance

Director: Garth H. Allen, J.D.

Business Administration B.S.

Finance Emphasis

Location: Kepner 1090

Telephone: 970.351.2275

Faculty: Garth H. Allen, J.D.;John M. Clinebell, D.B.A.;Cris de la Torre, Ph.D., J.D.;William L. Duff, Jr., Ph.D.; Joseph J. French, Ph.D.;Timothy E. Jares, Ph.D.;Bruce R. Kline, M.M.;Robert M. Lynch, Ph.D.; Michael W. Martin, J.D., LL.M.;Rutilio Martinez, Ph.D.;Christine A. McClatchey, Ph.D.

The primary purpose of the Finance Emphasis is to provide students with a thorough foundation in finance, while providing them with the flexibility to prepare for a wide range of future endeavors. Graduates are prepared for careers in financial management of organizations and financial institutions.

The curriculum is consistent with national standards in finance as required for professional certifications such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM and Certificate in Financial Management (CFM).

The emphasis allows students the opportunity to apply financial concepts to real world situations and to interact with professionals in the finance field. Throughout the program of study, students are also taught how to integrate primary financial databases, online services and other relevant software to the field of finance.

Finance graduates must be able to recognize ethical dilemmas in finance and to make ethical business decisions. They must also be able to address the unique issues of making financial decisions in a global environment and be able to effectively communicate financial information in both oral and written forms.

For degree and program requirements, see:

Business Administration B.S.

Finance Emphasis


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