Anderson School of Management BBA FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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Anderson School of Management
BBA FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION
All Concentration Information Effective For Students Admitted Fall 2011 or Thereafter. Revised March 2014.
Profession Overview:
Managers need finance to find funding sources for their firms, to identify and
manage risk, and to decide whether to make capital expenditures or produce
new products. Individuals use the principles of finance to set long term
financial goals and to make personal investment decisions. Areas of study in
the field of finance include financial management, banking, planning,
investments, insurance, money flow, real estate and financial services.
Admission Process:
Students must be admitted to Anderson in order to take upper division MGMT
courses. Admission applications are submitted online at www.mgt.unm.edu.
Junior Year: 1st Semester
Cr. Hr.
MGMT 300: Operations Management
MGMT 303: Managerial Accounting
MGMT 306: Org Behavior & Diversity
MGMT 326: Financial Management
MGMT 398: Career Management Skills
Free Electives
Total Credit Hours
3
3
3
3
1
3
16
Junior Year: 2nd Semester
Internships:
Internships are highly recommended. An internship will help you become a
viable, experienced job applicant and significantly impact your chances of
landing a professional career at graduation. Complete your internship during
the fall, spring, or summer semester and earn 3 credits toward free electives
or concentration electives. Learn more at http://brandyou.mgt.unm.edu.
Concentration Overview:
The Financial Management Concentration requires completion of 128 credit
hours including the following course work:
Pre-Admission Course Work
Anderson Core
**Financial Management course work
***Upper Division Humanities
Additional Free Electives
Total
55 credit hours
31 credit hours
15 credit hours
3 credit hours
~24 credit hours
128 credit hours
***Upper Division Humanities: One 3 credit hour course, 300-level or
above from American Studies, Classics, Comparative Literature, English,
History, Philosophy or Religious Studies
Fall: July 1
Suggested Schedule:
GRADUATION APPLICATION DUE:
Spring: November 1
Summer: April 1
MGMT 310: Legal Issues for Managers
MGMT 322: Marketing Management
*MGMT 426: Advanced Prob. in Fin Mgmt.
*MGMT 471: Investment Analysis & Mgmt.
Free Electives
Total Credit Hours
3
3
3
3
6
18
Summer/Fall/Spring: Optional Internship
See Career Services for possible credit options
Senior Year: 1st Semester
MGMT 308: Ethical, Political & Soc Environment
MGMT 328: International Management
MGMT 450: Computer Based Info Sys
**Financial Management Electives
Free Electives
Total Credit Hours
3
3
3
6
3
18
Senior Year: 2nd Semester
MGMT 498: Strategic Management
**Financial Management Elective
***Upper Division Humanities
Free Electives
Total Credit Hours
3
3
3
9
18
Faculty Concentration Advisor and Department:
*Financial
Hsuan-Chi Chen
Associate Professor
Phone: 505-277-4702
[email protected]
**Financial Management required electives. Choose
3 courses from the following list:
Gautam Vora
Professor
Phone: 505-277-0669
[email protected]
http://bba.mgt.unm.edu/concentrations/finance.asp
Management required course
MGMT 470: Financial Markets and Institutions
MGMT 472: Securities Analysis
MGMT 473: Commercial Banking
MGMT 474: International Financial Mgmt.
MGMT 476: Derivatives (Futures and Options)
MGMT 479: Applied Investment Management
MGMT 496: Seminar in Entrepreneurial Financing
MGMT 490: Fixed Income Securities
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What Can I Do With A Degree In Finance?
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Managers need finance to find funding sources for their firms, to identify and manage risk, and to decide whether
to make capital expenditures or produce new products. Individuals use the principles of finance to set long-term
financial goals and to make personal investment decisions. Areas of study in the field of finance include financial
management, banking, planning, investments, insurance, money flow, real estate and financial services.
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Please ask your Career Advisor for help in identifying additional occupations for your major or
resources for each of the occupations. Note that some of these options may require an advanced
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• Account Analyst
• Bank Examiner
• Bank Trust Officer
• Bond Broker
• Budget Consultant
• Budget Officer
• Comptroller
• Credit Analyst
• Credit Manager
• Estimator
• Financial Consultant
• Financial Manager
Investment Analyst
• Loan Officer
• Loan Underwriter
• Operations Manager
• Purchasing Agent
• Special Agent
•
Median Annual Salary (Bachelor Degree Candidates):
Functional Area
Auditing (Private)
Commercial Banking (Lending)
Consulting
Financial/Treasury Analysis
Investment Banking (Corporate Finance)
Investment Banking (Sales and Training)
Portfolio Management/Brokerage
Sales
Informational Websites:
Average Salary Offer
2009
$ 48,385
43,340
54,698
51,715
51,029
57,063
46,121
40,002
http://www.bls.gov/
http://online.onetcenter.org/
http://www.naceweb.org/default.asp
American Finance Association
http://www.afajof.org
Association of Finance Professionals
http://www.afponline.org
Commercial Finance Association http://www.cfa.com
Have questions about Anderson Career Services?
Contact Kate Williams
[email protected]
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Anderson School of Management
Office of Career Services
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