This program provides the students a global perspective on international finance with a special education in the field.
The International Finance Program aims to educate and train knowledgeable, skilled and open-minded students who will be innovative team leaders and team players in international companies and / or international financial markets.
In particular, the curriculum of the International Finance Program, in line with the FIU curriculum, aims to ensure that by the end of a four year program of undergraduate study, successful students will have:
LO1 Demonstrated the ability to communicate effectively in English in both speech and writing.
LO2 Shown development in analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills as foundations for creative and innovative in the field of International Finance.
LO3 Acquired the core concepts as well as the theoretical and practical knowledge of International Finance compatible with contemporary requirements in the professional field.
LO4 Developed skills for effective planning, execution and evaluation of International Finance related tasks and projects in academic and professional contexts through individual and collaborative approaches to study and work.
LO5 Applied the skills, knowledge, responsibilities and commitment to quality required for high level professional practice in International Finance within both simulated and real-life contexts.
LO6 Demonstrated receptivity to the philosophy of lifelong learning and the ability to engage in both autonomous and team-based academic and professional development.
LO7 Gained sufficient academic competence in International Finance to enable progression into further academic studies, including the capacity to conduct independent research and gather and interpret qualitative and quantitative data sets.
LO8 Shown responsibility and commitment to academic and professional ethics, and to civic and social responsibilities, including environmental protection, health, safety and security issues, and justice.
LO9 Shown awareness of the impact of International Finance in the globalizing world and developed the social and linguistic skills to underpin intercultural communication in an academic and professional context in both the mother tongue and in a foreign language.
LO10 Demonstrated a practical competence in those mathematical, scientific and digital applications required within the context of International Finance, and more generally in modern life, as referenced to international qualifications (for example The European Computer Driving Licence Advanced Level).