A finance degree from The University of Tulsa is designed to educate students in all areas of business — accounting, economics, international business, management, marketing, and computer information systems — because the finance profession involves interaction with all of these areas. Courses are offered in the areas of corporate finance, investments, portfolio management, financial institutions, and personal finance. A Student Investment Fund of more than $4,000,000 provides students with the opportunity to manage a portfolio of real money. More than 190 students currently major in finance.
The MS in Finance program, which was initiated in 2001, has attracted outstanding students who have had excellent placement. MSF students have the option of concentrating in corporate finance, risk management, or investments and portfolio management. Three dual-degree programs exist: MSF and MS in Applied Mathematics, MBA/MSF, and JD/MSF.
The international business program builds on the college’s business core requirement, which offers an exceptional general business foundation for students. Non-business majors cannot expect to complete either of the international business programs without extending their program time beyond the expected four years.