The financial health and survival of organizations depends on savvy financial officers. A bachelor’s degree in corporate finance from Wilkes will give you an edge over other generalized finance degrees and prepare you to make informed strategic decisions today’s organizations rely on.
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Why Study Corporate Finance at Wilkes?
Distinguish yourself in a program that offers a greater number of courses dedicated to corporate finance. Students will explore and build skills in essential areas of financial analysis, long-term strategic financial planning, risk management and insurance, and money and banking. You will receive one-on-one mentoring from faculty as you learn core business and financial concepts along with key analytics skills needed to make sound, ethical decisions in the corporate world.
Curriculum Admission Requirements
What You Will Learn as a Corporate Finance Major
- Gain an understanding of the interactions of all functional areas of business to finance.
- Build the analytical skills and techniques needed to thrive in the corporate world.
- Develop all aspects of the decision-making process, from analyzing risk and regulatory standards to how to create value and communicating your selections.