Business Administration and Finance Schools
Money and finance are a company's most important and frequent considerations: how to earn money, how to manage it, and how to spend it. In fact, companies must make financial decisions every day of the week that affect every other area of the business. This may include deciding whether a company will seek venture capital, what investments the company will make, how many new employees it can hire, how products will be priced, if the company should consider a merger offer, and whether a new subsidiary should be created.
Business and financial managers must be able to manage complex financial data and make sometimes difficult decisions. And though they work in the world of numbers, they need to know how to successfully communicate financial data, considerations, and decisions to non-financially oriented personnel.
A degree in Business Administration and Finance may include courses in management, communication, organizational behavior, research, economics, accounting, financial markets, investments, and financial management.