Minor in Banking and Finance
This Minor equips you with fundamental tools and skills in the understanding of financial markets and the management of financial services institutions. Particular focus is on investment principles and process, accounting, corporate finance and governance, and private wealth management. By connecting research and practice, the Minor in Banking and Finance enables you to gain a comprehensive framework of knowledge, insight and vision regarding key issues in banking and finance and helps to cultivate your practical finance skills and real-world business know-how.
As a graduate with this Minor, you can develop your career path within the financial intermediary sector, including consultancy companies, investment banks, commercial banks, family offices, investment boutique companies. Typical job profiles include – but are not limited to – investment consultant and advisor, wealth manager, financial analyst, financial planner, financial controller, research analyst for banking and finance, pricing actuary, accounting/finance manager, and corporate finance advisor
Study Plan 2021-2023
|Programming in Finance and Economics I||3|
|Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|Banking Strategies and Wealth Management||6|
|Introductory Corporate Governance||3|
|Law, Financial Regulation & Compliance||3|
|Fixed Income Markets||6|
|Global Investment Research||6|
|Advanced Corporate Governance||3|
|Finance and Sustainability||3|
|Semester IV (optional)||ECTS|
|Master Thesis or Coursework||30|
*USI Bachelor students who have already obtained credits for the Corporate Finance course by Prof. Fresard will be required to take the Entrepreneurial Finance course.
The study plan might be subject to changes.