Most Popular Schools by Degree Program » Business, management, marketing, and related support services » Investments and Securities
A program that prepares individuals to manage assets placed in capital markets, and related technical operations. Includes instruction in security analysis, debt and equity analysis, investment strategies, securities markets, computer-assisted research, portfolio management, portfolio performance analysis, and applications to specific investment problems and business situations.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||Pace University-New York||70||2%||$56,999|
|4||University of Nebraska at Omaha||36||1%||$19,250|
|5||University of Connecticut||34||0%||$27,244|
|6||Northern Arizona University||27||0%||$22,746|
|7||Carnegie Mellon University||21||1%||$62,032|
|9||University of North Dakota||14||1%||$21,162|
|10||University of Northern Iowa||13||0%||$19,880|
|11||University of Nebraska-Lincoln||11||0%||$22,246|
|12||Johns Hopkins University||10||0%||$61,502|
|13||Brigham Young University-Hawaii||8||1%||$16,564|
|14||University of San Francisco||8||0%||$58,384|
|15||Golden Gate University-San Francisco||5||0%||$16,320|
|17||Oakton Community College||2||0%||$4,029|
|18||La Salle University||1||0%||$51,770|
|19||Alaska Pacific University||1||1%||$43,180|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Investments and Securities program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
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