Learn more about Finance major courses by following a link below or to the right, or by scrolling down:
Core courses for undergraduate finance majors are offered Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Elective courses are offered on a regular basis, generally at least once per academic year. To review the course descriptions, please visit Finance Course Offerings.
Please visit The University of Arizona Office of Curriculum and Registration Schedule of Classes for the most current list of class offerings.
Blocked Course Registration
Students interested in enrolling in the following courses will need to contact the faculty members for approval.
- FIN391. Contact your instructor for FIN311, Professor Alex Wilson or for FIN360, Professor Aazam Virani.
- FIN423A/B. Contact Professor Arvind Singh and provide your current resume.
- FIN498H. Contact Professor Arvind Singh and provide your current resume.
Students interested in taking the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) designation exam, a globally recognized standard for measuring the competence and integrity of investment professionals, will find that the required courses for this major begins their preparation. Additionally, finance electives such as FIN422, FIN423, FIN431 and FIN460 are recommended to add to students' knowledge of required core competencies and the candidate body of knowledge covered on the examination. View an overview of the CFA designation and requirements.
Students and non-members are welcome to join the CFA Society of Tucson at local events. Please visit the chapter website for more information on meetings and events.
Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and Certified Financial Manager (CFM) designations are also available through separate organizations. Overviews of the designations and requirements of each are available at CFP and CFM. The Finance Department does not offer preparatory courses for these designations, though some undergraduate finance coursework material overlaps with these studies.
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