Financial Consulting

This career path might involve a student taking a position with a management consulting firm and focusing on the planning, budgeting, systems, etc. needs of a broad variety of firms. Other consulting careers might include a position with a consulting firm focusing on the needs of a specific industry such as banking, insurance, real estate, health care, energy, pharmaceuticals, or utilities. Other possibilities include consulting firms that focus on specific functional or regulatory needs such as risk management, pensions and benefits, compliance with environmental regulations, litigation support, economic analysis, and statistical and quantitative analysis.

Elective course offerings are subject to change; courses identified with an asterisk are not expected to be offered in the current academic year.

Strongly Recommended Electives

Other Suggested Electives

Statistical Methods in Management (213B)

Negotiation Analysis (215) or Negotiations Behavior (286)
Corporate Financial Reporting (220)Venture Capital & Private Equity (235)
Financial Statement Analysis (228)Supply Chain Management (240F)

Take Overs, Restructuring, Governance (231D)

Project Management (241B)*

Managing and Financing the Emerging Enterprise (231E)Information Systems Applications (270A)*
Option Markets (232D)

Leadership, Motivation and Power (285A)

International Financial Markets (234A)

Business Plan Development (295D)

Corporate Valuation (238)

Business & Economy in Emerging Markets (297E)

Global Economy (406)Strategic Organizing for Consultants (298D)*
Managerial Model Building (407)

Personal Computing for Managers (413A)