On successful completion of these programs, students will be able to:
- Quantify the relation between risk and return and apply it in value-maximizing financial activities of individuals and corporations (in global, ethical context).
- Choose and be proficient in applying financial tools and analytical methods to improve financial decision-making.
- Effectively communicate and justify, in both written and oral form, results and recommendations of financial analysis to audiences having varying degrees of financial sophistication.
- Identify and describe complex business problems in terms of analytical models.
- Apply appropriate analytical methods to find solutions to business problems that achieve stated objectives.
- Translate results of business analytic projects into effective courses of action.
- Demonstrate ethical decision-making in structured or unstructured and ambiguous situations.
- Communicate technical information to both technical and non-technical audiences in speech, in writing, and graphically.
- Exhibit effective collaboration and leadership skills.