The Finance Department has 14 full-time faculty who have been described by The Princeton Review as “cutting-edge, often pulling together a curriculum not found in textbooks, incorporating tools developed and used in the field.” The faculty are actively involved in research and other professional activities, and yet consider teaching a priority.
At Hofstra, research is considered an integral component of keeping classroom content up-to-date. The Finance faculty has recently published articles in the areas of banking, corporate finance, corporate governance, derivatives, investments and real estate.
All finance classes are taught by full-time faculty or by highly qualified professionals who bring their industry experiences to the classroom.
The Finance Department offers the following degree specializations:
B.B.A. in Finance
B.B.A./M.B.A. in Finance
B.B.A./M.S. in Finance
B.S. Mathematical Economics/M.B.A. in Finance
B.S. Mathematical Economics/M.S. in Finance
B.B.A. in Mathematics/M.B.A. in Finance
B.B.A. in Mathematics/M.S. in Finance
Minor in Finance
Minor in Finance for Mathematics Majors
M.B.A. in Finance
M.B.A. in Real Estate
M.S. in Finance with concentrations in Investments, and Financial and Risk Management
M.S. in Quantitative Finance
Graduate Certificate Program in Finance
Undergraduate Certificate Program in Finance