Finance Degree Specialization
A field where employment is expected to grow steadily for many years, finance is one of the most dynamic and expansive areas of the business world. Earn your business finance degree specialization from DeVry University, and you'll learn from faculty with real-world finance experience. Through experiential learning methods, you'll become qualified to work with the new and diverse financial products and services of a global economy. Upon graduation, pursue careers in finance in such areas as bank management, credit management, insurance analysis, and financial planning.
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When you specialize your business degree in Finance, your coursework may include these career-enhancing courses:
Investment Fundamentals and Security Analysis
Money and Banking
Financial Statement Analysis
Fixed Income Securities and Credit Analysis
International Financial Management
Introducing security analysis and valuation, this finance degree course focuses on how to make investment decisions by exploring the nature of securities, mechanics and costs of trading, the way in which securities markets operate, the relationship between risk and return, equity securities, fixed income securities, portfolio diversification, and concepts of valuation.
In this course, students delve into the global financial system, exploring the role of financial services companies in money and capital markets. Topics include the nature of money and credit, U.S. banking systems, central bank policies and controls, funds acquisitions, investments, and credit extension.
This finance degree course focuses on techniques used to analyze and interpret financial statements, and how to use the statement to understand and evaluate a firm's financial strength, income potential, working capital requirements, and debt-paying ability.
Topics in this course include debt securities characteristics, provisions for paying off bonds, debt market structure, bond investment risk, global bond sectors and instruments, yield spreads and measures, valuation, spot and forward rates, interest rate risk, term structure and volatility of interest rates, bonds with embedded options, mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities, trading strategies, and credit analysis.
Exploring specific issues facing international business firms and banks, this finance degree course covers the evolution of the international monetary system. Topic include balance of payments, the function of foreign exchange markets, foreign exchange rate determination, operation of foreign currency and global capital markets, and the use of international debt and equity markets to optimize firms' financial structure.