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Global Finance and Business Economics

Financial decisions have effects that touch every corner of the world.

The Gabelli School at Lincoln Center’s global finance and business economics program prepares you to make choices that have a far-reaching positive impact.

In our society, financial services professionals are sometimes nicknamed “masters of the universe.” A Fordham finance career will help you to use that mastery for good, increasing prosperity and economic participation on a global scale.

We will teach you to:

Conduct financial analyses
Sell and trade securities
Manage investments
Manage risk

You will tap into the resources of Fordham University’s liberal arts faculty, in subjects such as economics, history, and political science, to support and round out your financial expertise.

Sample courses:

  • 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

Find out more:

  • Admissions questions:
  • General academic questions about the Lincoln Center program: Assistant Dean Vincent DeCola, SJ,
  • Questions about the global finance and business economics concentration: Associate Professor Steven Raymar,