The option in Finance equips you with the necessary tools for a career in corporate finance or investments. You will cover topics such as financial management theory and practice, financial instruments, and modern valuation techniques.
The Honours BCom (option in Finance) is available in CO-OP and French immersion.
New Dual Options or Minors
A few examples of options and minor combinations you can pursue in your degree:
- Finance + Marketing
- Finance + International Management
- Finance + Business Technology Management
Business Option and Minor
- Finance + minor in Economics
- Finance + minor in Mathematics
- Finance + minor in Computer Science
- Finance + minor in Psychology
- Finance + minor in Professional Writing
Finance Theory; Corporate Finance; Fixed Income Investments; Portfolio Management; Equity Valuation; Options and Futures; International Financial Management; Finance, Ethics and Social Responsibility; Alternative Investments and Risk Management; Mergers and Acquisitions; Financial Modelling
The Telfer Finance Society is a student club that organizes activities like social and networking events, an annual trip to Toronto to visit the trading floors of TSX, TD, and the CPA head office, as well as participates in case competitions such as the Rotman International Trading Competition.
Stockbroker, Financial Advisor, Risk and Investment Analyst, Chief Financial Officer
The Financial Research and Learning Lab is where financial theory and application collide. Students are able to take what they learned in the classroom and apply it to projects and coursework they have using one of the 34 dual monitored computers we have available. Of the 34 computers, 12 are Bloomberg Terminals where students can retrieve past historical pricing data, review past financial statements of publicly listed companies, acquire in-depth industry analysis and track macro-economic trends to name a few of the financial research software’s robust functions. Students are also able to enhance their resumes by taking the Bloomberg Market Concepts Certification, an 8-hour self-paced e-learning course that provides a visual introduction to the financial markets which covers Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities. The course, which retails for $249 USD is free to all students with a valid uOttawa email address.