Invest and develop
Learn about the asset management industry through this comprehensive bachelor’s in investment management program at Lynn University. Develop your interests in finance, wealth and economics with practical, hands-on investment management courses.
With the investment management program, you’ll study with experts who have successfully managed large company portfolios at over $500 million. You’ll attend workshops and lectures led by successful professionals in the asset management industry, and get a solid foundation in finance to prepare you for work with large corporations and private entities.
What you’ll learn in the investment management program
- Analyze financial statements, debt securities, equity securities and derivative instruments
- Gain real-world experience with internships and hands-on learning
- Evaluate risk, manage portfolios and predict opportunities
Learning doesn’t get more innovative than this.
At Lynn University, we embrace technology by encouraging our students to engage with course content through iPads, and our professors can develop custom course materials.
Investment management curriculum
At Lynn, coursework combines core curriculum classes and investment management classes beginning in your first year. That means you’re able to study the topics that interest you the most right away.
Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits in the following categories:
- 45 university core curriculum credits
- 36 college core credits
- 15 major credits
- 24 elective credits
BUS 321 Investment Theory
Explore the role of investment banking in the financial organization, along with investment banking houses, relations of investment banking to other financial institutions, regulation of investment banking and the security markets, and current problems and developments in investment banking.
BUS 324 Portfolio Management
Survey the unique opportunities and challenges faced by firms and individuals in an investment environment. Examine the diversity and complexity of the investment environment and how it affects workers through text, lecture, case analysis, selected readings and classroom activities.
BUS 395 Global Financial Markets
Examine the workings of the international financial management environment, foreign exchange risk management, multinational working capital management and financing of foreign operations.
Investment management careers
With all the experiences you gain from this program, you’ll be ready for a lucrative career in investment management as soon as you graduate. And you have plenty of jobs to choose from in the asset management industry, including:
- Financial analyst
- Risk management analyst
- Private banker
- Investment banker
- Wealth manager
- Stock broker
- Bank executive
- Budget analyst
- Commercial lender