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Financial Economics

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“The minor in financial economics includes four required courses and two elective courses. The narrow objective of the minor is to provide students with training in the conceptual framework, guiding concepts, and technical tools of modern finance.  The broader goal is to provide insights into the large and the small—the macro and micro—of how this framework helps us understand the workings of the economy. On the micro side, the courses  integrate practical details of real-world financial markets and institutions. On the macro side, coursework will address how financial decisions affect and are affected by the broader economy.”

Visit the department page to learn more: http://cfe.econ.jhu.edu/minor/.

Also, check out the Hopkins Forums’ Academics: The Insider Perspective and the Financial Economics question thread.