Each student will declare a concentration, the subject he plans to study in-depth after completing courses in Communication Skills, Liberal Arts, Global Knowledge, and Business Fundamentals.
*Curriculum, courses, sequencing, and program requirements are subject to change at the sole discretion of Hult International Business School.
Finance is integral to business administration and management, and central to global economics. This concentration helps you learn how businesses raise, spend, and invest capital, how firms allocate resources, and how financial markets function.
For corporations, finance is about finding the funding to turn dreams into reality. For investors, it’s about judging which dreams can
produce a good return for your money. The continuing credit squeeze following the 2008 financial crisis has forced both corporations
and investors to be ever more inventive to meet these goals. The Hult concentration in Finance produces practically minded graduates who understand finance from both sides of the fence: the companies trying to fund their projects, and the investment professionals who assess these projects’ potential to create value.
Finance is one of the most rapidly changing areas of international business, as leading thinkers and practitioners question old assumptions and come up with new solutions in the wake of the credit crunch. What makes a good investment portfolio in the second decade of the new millennium? And how can companies secure funding when the banking sector is in permanent shake-up mode? Hult’s leading finance academics are helping find the answers. Be here with them at the center of the biggest change to finance in decades.
A concentration in Finance can lead to a career that combines intellectual satisfaction with lucrative rewards. A number of Hult
concentration graduates pursue careers in risk management, commercial and investment banking, international trade and finance, financial analysis, or portfolio management.