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Financial Management Degree Program & Courses

Degree in Finance - Financial Degrees - Financial Management Program
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Course Descriptions

Major Area

Get an in-depth view of the courses that provide the knowledge and skills you’ll need to make an impact within your chosen field.

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Business Core

Take a detailed look at courses that build upon your general education knowledge, and help to prepare you for major area coursework.

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Curriculum

Financial Management - Bachelor of Science Degree

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Build well-rounded skills and learn the industry specific knowledge you will need to be successful in your career.

Financial Management - Subsequent Bachelor of Science Degree

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Looking to earn an additional bachelor’s degree? A subsequent degree is specifically designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree or higher.

Financial Management - Associate of Science Degree

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Begin building your educational foundation with a curriculum that has a broad base in general education while touching upon a specific area of study.

Meet Your Faculty

From the board room to the classroom

Each Franklin program is designed with the ongoing input of industry experts to ensure you gain respected and relevant knowledge that can be applied instantly in the workplace.

Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell - Program Chair

Dr. Campbell earned his Ph.D. in Finance from Kent State University and holds advanced degrees in business administration and economics. During his career, he spent over 10 years in the financial services sector, primarily in international banking. Dr. Campbell has been a member of Franklin’s faculty since 2006.

Program Outcomes

  • Use data provided within financial statements to calculate and analyze financial ratios and common-size statements
  • Apply time-value-of-money and other techniques to determine the value of financial securities
  • Calculate the weighted average cost of capital in the assessment of a firm’s capital structure
  • Evaluate the capital expenditure and investment alternatives of a firm
  • Assess the impact of participation in global financial markets on a firm’s financial decision-making

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