Our Finance and Banking concentrations offer a broad business background in combination with the study of practical financial knowledge mandatory for success in this dynamic profession. Challenges faced in the course of study develop conceptual, financing and communication skills.
The Real Estate and Land Use Economics concentration helps students develop critical thinking and reasoning skills, while learning concepts and applications that resolve business problems related to real estate.
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