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B.S. in Business Administration (Finance Specialization)

The curriculum for the Business Administration degree with a Finance specialization is divided into two parts: a common core of business courses and a set of elective finance courses. 

The objective of the Finance specialization is to develop a student's analytical skills in the area of financial and economic analysis, and to enable a better understanding of the interdependence among financial markets and their impact on domestic and international economies.  

The business administration core is designed to provide a broad foundation in the functional areas of business. These courses embody both the disciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives within each area, while providing the cognitive and analytical competencies that will be utilized in the specialized areas of the curriculum

Students may then take courses in corporate and international finance, and financial markets and institutions management and statistical analysis. The program of study blends theory, current financial practice, analytical reasoning and computing. markets.

 


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Seniors, Kacey-Ann Thompson and Emmanuel Konde of the Biological Sciences Department, earned recognition at the 14th annual New York State Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program Conference.

Among SUNY's comprehensive colleges, Old Westbury ranks among the highest in science and engineering funding to support competitive scientific research. Funding for research is provided by the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation and the New York State Department of Education.

The JP Morgan Chase Foundation awarded a $50,000 grant to support the Curriculum Materials Center in the College library.

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