Finance courses provide a framework, concepts, and tools for analyzing financial decisions based on fundamental principles of modern financial theory. Finance is basically concerned with the allocation of assets and liabilities under conditions of risk or uncertainty. The course will also analyze corporate financial policy, including capital structure, cost of capital, dividend policy, and related issues.
An Accredited College/University creates a pathway for the students to enroll in finance programs offered by the Colleges/University which are funded by the federal government or the state government.
The Organizations that accredited a college for finance programs are listed below:
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International(AACSB)
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs(ACBSP)
The finance courses cover the fundamentals of banking, accounting, finance management, bookkeeping, corporate finance, financial analysis. Advanced topics include financial engineering, forensic accounting, and asset pricing.
An Associate’s degree requires 60 credits and takes about 2 years to be completed.
A Bachelor’s degree requires 24-30 credits and takes 4 years to be completed.
A Master’s degree requires 30-40 credits and takes 2 years to be completed
A Doctorate’s degree requires 50-90 credits and takes 4-5 years to be completed.
The minimum of 2.5-3.00 GPA is required to apply for an admission in the finance degree online.
A finance focus on preparing students to properly managing the financial systems, planning, raising funds, making wise investments, controlling costs and provides a better understanding of money management and a deeper knowledge of where to invest, how to invest and how much to invest.