Finance Concentration 

The Finance Concentration equips students with knowledge pivotal to making sound investment and financing decisions. The curriculum emphasizes the functional areas of the finance profession: investment management, derivatives and risk management, fixed-income securities management and corporate finance.       

 Salient Features

  • The Finance Concentration sharpens students’ quantitative and analytical skill to make pertinent financial and investment decisions taking into account the global environment and to develop careers in banking, finance, marketing, accounting or general management
  • Students in the Finance Concentration can join Hong Kong’s first real-money Investment Club run by students to put theories into practice through investing in the stock market
  • The Concentration provides students with solid finance foundation to pursue professional qualifications as Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP), the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Banking Certificate examination, the Hong Kong Securities Institute Licensing examination for Securities and Futures Intermediates (LE) and the Mandatory Provident Fund Intermediaries examination
  • Students can pursue additional graduation options including Double Concentration within BBA, or a Minor in non-business discipline

 What are the career opportunities of graduates?

Graduates can develop careers in banking, finance, marketing/sales, accounting and management.

Career Paths after Graduation

Concentration Required Courses (12 units)

Corporate Finance
Fixed Income Securities  
Introduction to Futures and Options Markets  
Investment Management

Concentration Elective Courses (9 units)
Advanced Financial Planning
Business Valuation Using Financial Statements
Banking and Credit
Financial Forecasting
Financial Markets in China
Financial Risk Management
Management of Financial Institutions
Multinational Finance
Seminar in Finance
Entrepreneurial Finance
Compliance in Finance
Blockchain: Cryptocurrencies and Business Applications