• Yixin Liu, Associate Professor of Finance, Co-Director Peter T. Paul Financial Policy Center

    “Many view cash hoards as controversial because they give managers leeway to invest, possibly in less productive activities. My research overturns this general perception."

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Accounting and Finance

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics offers bachelor of science degree programs in business administration, economics and hospitality management. Students enrolled in business administration can choose to follow a recommended course sequence for concentration in Accounting or Finance. More information about the Business Administration major in general is available here. For more information about the Accounting and Finance Options, see:

Graduate Degree Programs:

The Department of Accounting and Finance prepares students for careers in this field. Programs provide a strong theoretical foundation while emphasizing practical application.