Bachelor of Science

Investment Management

If you’re intrigued by the stock and real estate markets—if you’d rather read the Wall Street Journal than People Magazine—then your interests may be pointing to a major in investment management.

Our Bachelor of Science in Investment Management program will prepare you to work with large corporations and private entities by providing you a solid foundation in finance. Through our comprehensive program, you’ll learn to analyze financial statements, debt securities, equity securities and derivative instruments. Of course, through your practice you’ll gain experience in managing portfolios and financial risk.

But your education won’t be only within the classroom—you’ll attend workshops and lectures with successful investment professionals, you’ll make presentations and participate in wide-range simulation projects. And as a student you’ll take at least one internship, so you know you’ll graduate with real-world experience.

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Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Financial reporter
  • Budget analyst
  • Risk management analyst
  • Corporate credit analyst
  • Personal financial planner
  • Commercial lender
  • Private banker
  • Investment banker
  • Accountant

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

At Lynn, your course schedule combines core curriculum and degree-specific classes right from the start—meaning you can start studying the subjects that interest you as early as your first year.

And as an investment management major, you’ll research topics like Wills, Trusts and Corporate Structures and Commodities, Options, Futures (Derivatives) and Fixed Income Strategies. See the full program details:

Last modified: Sep. 26, 2013