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Students who concentrate in Financial Management within the Jenkins MBA Program are often data-driven and enjoy creative problem-solving. They graduate from the MBA program with the knowledge and skills they’ll need to converse with their organization’s CEO or CFO about decision making, budgeting, and project analysis, or, they pursue careers in investments, banking or stock portfolio management. Whichever professional path is chosen, students who focus on finance will come away with a solid foundation, real-world experience, and a sound framework for thinking about global problems involving money.
Banking positions can have long hours, particularly investment banking, while corporate finance roles will usually have peak periods around quarterly earnings / reporting periods.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, compliance specialists of all types should be in great demand, while investment bankers and top executives are not expected to experience favorable job growth. Due to the increasing number of people nearing retirement age, the number of personal financial advisors will increase by 27 percent by 2022 and financial analysts will also see an increase in the number of jobs, by 16 percent.