At AIU, more of the courses you take, on average, are devoted to your field of interest than at other similar schools. Your classes may include:
The course will examine each of the securities markets, the instruments available in these markets and putting the different investments into perspective. The course will introduce the students to the characteristics of the major investors and the terminology used in the securities markets.
This course focuses on financial management techniques related to capital expenditure and investment decision making. Topics include short-term and strategic implications of capital expenditure decisions, developing an integrated approach to capital expenditure decision-making process on sound concepts and their managerial implications.
This course will provide fundamental understanding of budgeting, budgeting process and includes a practical guide for preparing financial budgets.
This course examines the alternatives available to management in acquiring funds and related costs and risks. Topics include matching projects with funds acquired, assessing risk of projects with funds, and developing strategies on acquiring funds.
Asset and Debt Management
The course will examine details of managing client's assets including allocation, selection and management in a tax and estate in efficient manner.
This course focuses on securities and securities markets. Topics include analysis of various categories of corporate securities, public securities, and other investments, types of risks and taxes that affect investment policy timing, selection and investment values.
Still not sure which specialization is right for you?
If you want to enhance your business management and leadership skills consider these specializations: