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 Male, female students listen to lecture
Panel of finance experts talk to students in Taylor Auditorium
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 Chris Gorman talks with student after his Executive Speaker Series talk

This major teaches theoretical and practical aspects of financial management. The general objectives are to teach the principles of finance, to explain how financial techniques can solve some of society's most important problems, and to prepare you for future responsibilities in financial management.

A degree in finance prepares you work in investment banking, consulting, corporate finance, investment management, investment advisory services, commercial banking, insurance and real estate fields.

Upon completion of the appropriate finance courses, and upon meeting specified non-academic qualifications you may qualify to sit for professional designations and licenses in investments, banking, insurance, and real estate. 

To see major requirements and complete course descriptions, please check out the Miami bulletin.