Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics major in Financial Economics and Bachelor of Science in the Management of Financial Institutions
Degree Codes: Program- BSAE2 Plan - BSAE-F/FIN

This program combines the disciplines of financial economics and financial management to equip students with the skills to apply economic theory to an understanding of financial markets and financial decision-making and prepare them for a career in financial analysis and management. Taking advantage of the strong complementarity between finance and economics, students will learn the importance of formal economic and econometric modeling frameworks and strategies emphasizing on the increasingly dominant role of mathematics and logic. They will develop the ability to communicate the essential aspects of economic policy and its implications through applied research, develop problem solving skills, and integrate the core La Sallian values into one’s life. Students under this program will also learn practical and technical skills required in understanding the conduct of financial markets, their relation to the macroeconomy and the practical aspects of financial institution management, an important functional area in practical business management.

It takes 12 trimesters and 1 summer term to finish the program. To successfully complete the program, students should be able to complete 219 units of formal academic coursework as well as comply with the academic requirements set by the two departments. Aside from this academic requirement, students will take up 12 units of non-academic subjects for their wholistic development. Students in this program need to write two independent theses and undertake separate practicum work that conform with standards prescribed by each department. Students are also required to undertake practicum work in any private corporation or government entity.

Course Descriptions

Bachelor of Science major in Financial Economics

Bachelor of Science in Management of Financial Institutions

Updated: July 24, 2013