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Students of finance will demonstrate foundational knowledge of the facts and tools of inquiry relevant to the study of finance.
Students will demonstrate recall and the capacity to explain foundational accounting, economic, financial, and mathematical concepts and techniques.
Students will recognize and explain foundational accounting, economic, and financial theories.
Students will apply foundational knowledge, use theory, and analyze evidence relevant to the study of financial issues and policies.
Students will engage in problem solving and analytical thinking that applies some or all of their foundational knowledge.
Students will evaluate appropriate theory and models to understand financial issues and policies.
Students will critically evaluate appropriate sources of quantitative and non-quantitative evidence.
Students will employ appropriate quantitative tools, including but not limited to software, to engage in the evaluation of evidence.
Students will effectively communicate the theory and evidence employed in their analysis of finance-related problems through:
Students will create clearly written documentation of applications of theory and evaluations of evidence, with appropriate support from and documentation of evidence.
Students will create effective oral presentations either from individual projects or as part of a group‐based project.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of ethics and values and understand the broader human implications of finance on the economy and individual lives.
Students will recognize and explain the ethical and/or human values associated with both the individual level and society level financial issues and policies.
Students will synthesize their understanding of ethical and/or human values in the exploration of financial decision-making, markets, and/or policies.