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Study Programs

Study Program: Degree in Finance with an emphasis in Wealth Management

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  • Econ 102/103
    Economic Principles
  • Math 125/220
    Math
  • Comp 1/CMN 101
    Speech/Communication
  • BUS 101
    Business
  • CS 105
    Computer Science
  • Accy 201
    Accountancy I
  • Econ 203
    Statistics II
  • Fin 300
    Financial Markets
  • BADM 300/310/320
    BA
  • Fin 434
    Employee Benefit Plans
  • Fin 435
    Personal Wealth Management
  • Fin 241
    Fundamentals of Real Estate
  • MIL: Bloomberg
  • MIL: X Trader
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  • Econ 102/103
    Economic Principles
  • Math 234/231
    Math
  • Comp 1/CMN 101
    Speech/Communication
  • Econ 202
    Statistics I
  • Fin 221/221JS
    Corporate Finance
  • Accy 202
    Accountancy II
  • Econ 302
    Microeconomics
  • Fin 321
    Advanced Corporate Finance
  • BADM 300/310/320
    BA
  • BADM 300/310/320
    BA
  • Fin 411
    Portfolio Management
  • BADM 449
    Policy & Strategy
  • Fin 461
    Financial Intermediation
  • MIL: Capital IQ
  • MIL: Crystal Ball
  • MIL: Morningstar Encorr
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  • Core Courses

  • Core Courses are required by the College of Business in order to earn a Bachelors Degree.
  • Required

  • Required courses for graduation or required in the sense that if you interview for a position in this field then the interviewer will fully expect that you have taken the courses and mastered the knowledge and skills with which these courses are associated.

    Recommended courses add depth to your program of study. These are the courses that will allow you to demonstrate interest and dedication to your field of study.
  • Suggested

  • Suggested courses allow you to concentrate in a special sub field of your program of study or pursue a related aspect of your chosen area.

  • Non-Class Elements

  • Non-Class Elements are required and strongly recommended elements of your program of study offered outside the course structure.
      Required Recommended Suggested Non-Class Elements

    This is a sample schedule for a well-prepared student. Some courses are generally offered both Fall and Spring and so some re-arrangement of classes is possible. Other courses (such as FIN415 & FIN433) are offered only in Spring; other courses (such as FIN434, FIN443, and FIN444) are offered only in Fall. You should double check pre-requisites and requirements. For example FIN435 is open to Seniors only.

    If you have any intention - even a vague one - of aspiring to a degree in Finance, you should make an appointment with the Finance Department Advisor as soon as possible and again every semester before you begin registering for courses.

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    Department of Finance Advisor
    Tim Flanagin, M.S. Ed.
    330E Wohlers Hall

    flanagin@illinois.edu
    (217) 244-1657

    To arrange an appointment with Tim Flanagin, please click here.

    Disclaimer:
    The information contained herein is for general guidance on matters of interest to faculty, staff and students in the Department of Finance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It summarizes campus/university policies as a convenient reference tool. However, information on campus and university policies contained herein is for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. For the most current information, please see the official campus/university versions of these policies as posted on official web sites. These can be accessed through the Campus Policies and Procedures home page at http://www.uiuc.edu/admin_manuals.html

     

    STUDY PROGRAMS

    General Finance

    Corporate Finance

    Risk Management

    Wealth Management


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