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    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
   
    Sep 28, 2021  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Finance


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http://bus.utk.edu/finance

James W. Wansley, Head

Professors
Black, H.A. (James F. Smith, Jr. Professor), PhD - Ohio State
Boehm, T.P. (SunTrust Professor), PhD - Washington (St. Louis)
DeGennaro, R.P. (CBA Professor of Banking and Finance), PhD - Ohio State
Ehrhardt, M.C. (Paul and Beverly Castagna Professor), PhD - Georgia Tech
Wachowicz, Jr., J.M. (Regions Bank Scholar), PhD - Illinois
Wansley, J.W. (Clayton Homes Chair of Excellence), PhD - South Carolina
 
Associate Professors
Daves, P.R. (Voigt Scholar), PhD - North Carolina
Fauver, L. (Reagan Scholar and Research Fellow, Corporate Governance Center), PhD - Florida
Murphy, D.L. (CBA Investments Professor), PhD - Florida
Woidtke, T. (David E. Sharp/Home Federal Bank Professor), PhD - Tulane
 
Assistant Professor
Taboada, A., PhD - Ohio State
 
Lecturers
Graham, D., MA - Kentucky
Murphy, S.P. (Distinguished Lecturer and Assistant to the Department Head), MBA - Loyola
Wallis, L.S. (Director, Investment Learning Center), PhD - Tennessee

 

The finance major gives students the flexibility to tailor their programs to fit their particular career goals and to prepare for one (or more) of the following specialty areas. The course in investments leads to career opportunities in investment analysis, commercial and investment banking, and insurance companies. The course in real estate is designed for students who are interested in real estate brokerage, appraising, taxation, law, property management, real estate development, mortgage lending and banking, construction, government loan guarantees, and insurance. The course in corporate finance leads to opportunities in corporate forecasting, planning, and control; cash management; and capital and financial analysis positions. The course in financial institutions and markets prepares students for opportunities in the management of financial institutions, as well as within the government organizations related to the industry. The course in insurance and risk management prepares students for opportunities in insurance, business, and public risk management. The course in international finance is designed to give all students, regardless of their career goals, an enhanced understanding of financial management in a global context.

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