Global finance and business economics
Virtually every large company is now global. Think about it.
Exports. Imports. Foreign offices. Partnerships. Subsidiaries. Hiring. Funding sources. Investment holdings.
Manhattan's office towers are filled with multinational firms that manage such issues across international lines. Gabelli School of Business students have direct access to thousands of those companies, through alumni and faculty connections.
The Lincoln Center campus is in the middle of it all.
Lincoln Center's global finance and business economics concentration trains students to take on finance jobs in an increasingly international environment and workforce.
Do these career paths interest you?
- Financial analysis
- Sales and trading
- Investment management
- Risk management
In addition to a strong grounding in finance and other business disciplines, students in this concentration enjoy courses drawn from the Lincoln Center campus’s liberal arts departments, such as economics, history, and political science.
Courses you might take:
- Introduction to International Business
- Global Financial Statement Analysis
- Global Business Economics and Trade
- Financial Management of a Multinational Firm
- Global Investments
- Applied Global Banking and Finance
- International Financial Reporting
- Comparative Economic Systems
For more information about the global finance and business economics concentration, contact Professor Steven Raymar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about admission to the Lincoln Center program, please contact Fordham's Office of Admission.