In what country would you hedge your bets? Greece? Venezuela? Australia?
You’d weigh the risk and reward factors of your investments very carefully if you were in the world of international finance. At Bryant, you will explore the issues of globalization in business and how they impact the product, labor, and financial markets.
From your first class, Bryant will prepare you to excel in the real world. You will learn from actual case studies and simulations, and gain hands-on experience in the C.V. Starr Financial Markets Center, using live financial data from around the world to test theories and parity relationships in international finance.
This interest area is a great pairing with Bryant’s foreign language programs, study abroad, and many cultural events on campus.
Future careers, post-grad opportunities
With a solid understanding of international accounting, trade, and finance, you will be poised to enter careers in financial advising, portfolio management, and other financial services fields. You will also be well prepared for graduate studies.
International Finance faculty
Financial Services faculty are active researchers in the fields of asset management, financial markets and institutions, individual taxation, consumer behavior, and personal financial planning, among others.