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Finance is a concentration of the Business Management major
Business Management Concentrations, Internships, and Special Projects:
Students may elect a Business Management concentration in consultation with the Business Management faculty listed in the course catalog. Each concentration has two key courses marked with asterisks (*). It is recommended that a student select these two courses, and two additional courses within a particular concentration.
Note that a concentration-related internship, or a special project, may be substituted for one of the four required traditional classroom base courses listed within a concentration. Additional information regarding requirements for Business Management Internships and Special Projects in Business Management is located in the course catalog.
Finance Concentration Requirements:
|MGT 2820||Personal Finance|
|MGT 2850||Financial Markets and Institutions*|
|MGT 2880||Risk Management|
|MGT 3700||Financial Modeling|
|MGT 3830||International Finance|
|MGT 3450||Internship & Seminar|
|MGT 3900||Special Project|
Claire Senita '14 was featured in the Spring 2016 issue of The Pittsburgh Foundation's publication, 'Community Forum'. Senita, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 2006, is crafting a business plan to launch a Journey Forward franchise in her native Pittsburgh, a non-profit, exercise based program designed to assist those with spinal cord injuries.
To complement his real world classroom experience, Martin Heavey has had no shortage of field practice to take with him into the professional realm. While at Curry he's interned at Doble Engineering and Talbots. And in the summer of 2015, he got the opportunity of a lifetime; an internship at Hill Holliday, one of the nation's largest and most successful advertising agencies.
The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management, and administration, as well as, to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.