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Finance Concentration

Launch your career with a bachelor’s degree in Business and Management with a Finance concentration.

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Tuition costs

$42,200
Scholarships and financial aid are available
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Credits

27
Credits
Complete your business and finance requirements
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Students with a finance concentration gain expertise in all areas of finance, including asset management, investment and commercial banking, financial management, the financial aspects of venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and management consulting. 

Our finance graduates have gone on to great success at major corporations, portfolio management and venture capital firms, investment banks and commercial banks, insurance and brokerage firms, mutual funds and real estate corporations.

The Sy Syms Edge

Prepare for a meaningful and challenging career in a variety of sectors

Build a network of peers, faculty, and alumni who will help you navigate the business world

Learn from respected researchers, academics, and business professionals

Gain hands-on experience working on real-world projects that will help you excel after graduation

Study business principles rooted in Jewish values and become a part of a small, close-knit community

Full Program Breakdown

Students with a finance concentration gain expertise in all areas of finance, including asset management, investment and commercial banking, financial management, the financial aspects of venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and management consulting. 

Our finance graduates have gone on to great success at major corporations, portfolio management and venture capital firms, investment banks and commercial banks, insurance and brokerage firms, mutual funds and real estate corporations.

The Sy Syms Edge

Prepare for a meaningful and challenging career in a variety of sectors

Build a network of peers, faculty, and alumni who will help you navigate the business world

Learn from respected researchers, academics, and business professionals

Gain hands-on experience working on real-world projects that will help you excel after graduation

Study business principles rooted in Jewish values and become a part of a small, close-knit community

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Students with a finance concentration gain expertise in all areas of finance, including asset management, investment and commercial banking, financial management, the financial aspects of venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and management consulting. 

Our finance graduates have gone on to great success at major corporations, portfolio management and venture capital firms, investment banks and commercial banks, insurance and brokerage firms, mutual funds and real estate corporations.

Prepare for a meaningful and challenging career in a variety of sectors

Build a network of peers, faculty, and alumni who will help you navigate the business world

Learn from respected researchers, academics, and business professionals

Gain hands-on experience working on real-world projects that will help you excel after graduation

Study business principles rooted in Jewish values and become a part of a small, close-knit community

Visit Us

The Office of Admissions conducts regular tours of both the men’s and women’s undergraduate campuses. In addition to touring our campuses, you might also sit in on a class or shiur or have lunch with current students.

Reservations are required for all visits. To schedule a visit, please fill out the appropriate form for the campus you would like to see. If you’re interested in visiting Sy Syms School of Business, please submit this form at least a week before you plan to arrive on campus.

Contact Us

Sy Syms School of Business
Wilf Campus
500 West 185th Street, BH412
New York, NY 10033
(212) 960-0845
sssb@yu.edu

Learn more about the Finance Concentration program

Requirements

Finance Concentration
Total: 27 credits
  1. FIN 1408 – Corporate Finance
  2. FIN 2409 – Advanced Corporate Finance (Capstone)
  3. FIN 2505 – Investment Analysis
  4. Choose one of:
    1. FIN 2521 – Portfolio Management
    2. FIN 3510 – Options and Futures
  5. FIN Elective #1
  6. FIN Elective #2
  7. BUS Elective #1
  8. BUS Elective #2
  9. BUS Elective #3


Finance Minor
For Sy Syms Students:
  1. Upper-Level FIN Course #1
  2. Upper-Level FIN Course #2
  3. Upper-Level FIN Course #3
Available to Yeshiva College and Stern College Students:
  1. ACC 1001 – Accounting Principles I
  2. *IDS 1131/1456 – Business Statistics / Quantitative Methods
  3. FIN 1001 – Principles of Finance
  4. Business Core or Business Elective
  5. FIN Elective #1
  6. FIN Elective #2

*Students who have taken STA 1021 (and received a grade of C or better) should take IDS 1456. Students who have also taken Calculus, should then take another business core (principles) course instead of IDS 1131 or IDS 1456.

 

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Prospective Students

Learn more about the Finance Concentration program

Requirements

Finance Concentration
Total: 27 credits
  1. FIN 1408 – Corporate Finance
  2. FIN 2409 – Advanced Corporate Finance (Capstone)
  3. FIN 2505 – Investment Analysis
  4. Choose one of:
    1. FIN 2521 – Portfolio Management
    2. FIN 3510 – Options and Futures
  5. FIN Elective #1
  6. FIN Elective #2
  7. BUS Elective #1
  8. BUS Elective #2
  9. BUS Elective #3


Finance Minor
For Sy Syms Students:
  1. Upper-Level FIN Course #1
  2. Upper-Level FIN Course #2
  3. Upper-Level FIN Course #3
Available to Yeshiva College and Stern College Students:
  1. ACC 1001 – Accounting Principles I
  2. *IDS 1131/1456 – Business Statistics / Quantitative Methods
  3. FIN 1001 – Principles of Finance
  4. Business Core or Business Elective
  5. FIN Elective #1
  6. FIN Elective #2

*Students who have taken STA 1021 (and received a grade of C or better) should take IDS 1456. Students who have also taken Calculus, should then take another business core (principles) course instead of IDS 1131 or IDS 1456.

 

Current Students

Helpful information

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