Explore the management, creation, and study of money, banking, investments, assets, and liabilities, and the impact of technology on financial systems, cash-flow analysis, capital markets, financial decision-making, and forecasting.
Students learn to obtain and organize financial data and conduct financial analysis in discounted cash flow analysis, risk analysis and financial forecasting. They review asset management topics in working capital management and advanced capital budgeting. Liability management topics include dividend policy, capital structure policy, security issuance and leasing. Students learn how to use spreadsheets in a systematic manner to model and solve financial problems in diagnosing financial performance, forecasting cash flows, and forecasting financing requirements. Students also cover theoretical topics such as asset pricing, hedging and arbitrage. Application topics include risk management in bond and stock portfolio context.
Program facilities equipment
The Sklarsky Center for Business Analytics features the latest technology and equipment, including Bloomberg Terminals and the most advanced analytics software. The REDCOM Active Learning Lab provides the business environment that maximizes the utilization of technology for digital interaction and team networking. Computer labs currently have 60 PC’s hooked up to a network server, including wireless connectivity.
Program job titles reported
Corporate Finance; Stock Broker; Financial Analyst; Financial Planner; Investment Banker; Research Analyst; Budget Analyst; Insurance Underwriter; Loan Officer; Benefits Consultant; Risk Management; Financial Engineer; Quantitative Analyst; Quantitative Structured Credit Analyst; Credit Risk Analyst; Quantitative Investment Analyst; Quantitative Strategist; Data Analyst; Senior Data Analyst; Fixed Income Quantitative Analyst; Financial Engineer
Program significant points
- Saunders College of Business moved up 18 spots to #73 in the U.S. News & World Report 2019 edition of Best Graduate School Rankings among graduate business schools in America.
- Placing in the top 10 for the third year in a row, Saunders ranked #8 in the top 25 online MBA programs in a Princeton Review list that was the first to base rankings on both school and student opinion data
- Ranked by CEO Magazine as a Tier One MBA Program in back-to-back years, Saunders College has also been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as #36 among 282 of the Best Online Graduate MBA Programs for 2018
- Saunders College ranks #79 on Bloomberg Businessweek's list of best U.S. business schools with full-time MBA programs
Select program hiring partners
Ahold-Delhaize, Amazon, Ayco, a Goldman Sachs Company, Bloomberg, Citi, E*TRADE Financial, Fifth Avenue Financial, Hertz Corporation, Interactive Brokers, Lockheed Martin, LSI, M&T Bank, Masswell Development Group Inc., Northwestern Mutual, Precision Castparts Corp., Premium Mortgage Corp, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Quicken Loans, Wegmans Food Markets, Wells Fargo Advisors
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||23.00%|
Saunders College of Business undergraduate and graduate programs are fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, the premier accrediting organization for business schools. Less than 5 percent of the institutions granting business degrees have received this accreditation.
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