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  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 HillBook (Class of 2018) [ARCHIVED HILL BOOK]

Finance, B.S.B.A.


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Program Director: Michael Mullen

Finance Requirements


Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative (SCIFI) Program


The SCIFI academic program is a senior level course of study in investment finance. Applications for the program are accepted from students taking

  either in the fall or spring semester of junior year. Pre-requisite course requirements include:   and   . Students need not be business majors or business minors to apply. Participation in the program provides an advanced forum for learning with an emphasis of putting classroom knowledge into practice. SCIFI enables students to explore in-depth financial topics such as:

  • Modern Investment Philosophy
  • Economic and Industry Analysis
  • Investment Valuation Tools
  • Portfolio Management Theory and Practice
  • Alternative Investments

SCIFI Senior Year Coursework


Student participants in SCIFI are committing to coursework for two semesters that involve active management of the Student Run Investment Fund for the entire year:

  • BUS 432 - Applied Research and Portfolio Management
  • BUS 490 - Directed Study
  • Student Run Investment Fund Administration of the Student Managed Fund begins with admission into the SCIFI program and is fostered via the senior year coursework as well as seminars and presentations that may take place throughout the year. Students with interest in SCIFI can indirectly participate in the process as early as their junior year through   . As part of the management process, SCIFI members will be asked to act as mentors to those in BUS 327 interested in the program.

Business Internship Program


Business majors are encouraged to participate in an internship. Only junior and senior Business majors with a 2.80 GPA or better may register for 

  unless granted permission by the Business Department Chairperson.

Students must work a minimum of 12 hours per week for 14 weeks (168 hours total) to earn 3 credits. Students are also required to submit a professional  journal or portfolio and a research paper as part of their internship.

Business majors may apply a maximum of 6 credits of BUS 475 to their major.

Students are encouraged to consult with the following Department Internship Coordinators: 

Debra Salvucci: Accounting and Finance majors
Brian Glibkowski: International Business, Management, Marketing majors and Non-Business majors

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