JFKu Online

Associate of Arts
Concentration in
Liberal Arts

Program Overview

The Associate of Arts in General Studies program provides students with a solid foundation for future educational and career opportunities. Through a broad range of general education courses, students develop their awareness of the key forces of societal change: social, cultural, historical, economic, political, and technological. The Liberal Arts concentration expands on the General Education foundation, exposing students to a variety of subjects while building their writing and critical thinking abilities. This broad base prepares students for a variety of entry-level career opportunities as well as further studies in the humanities or any field of their choosing. *Pending WSCUC approval.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Liberal Arts Concentration Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 15 semester units for the concentration curriculum. Visit the AA Program page for the remaining curriculum.

Liberal Arts
Units
ART 220 Introduction to Film
3
This course introduces students to the fundamental analysis of film in America including building an appreciation for the role of film as a communication tool for political and social commentary. Students will gain a basic understanding of films and the different genres of film.
BIO 151 Introduction to Biology
3
This course introduces the basic principles of biology and demonstrates how relevant science is to everyday life. General biology focuses on the theoretical foundations that form our understanding of the living world. Upon completion, students will possess a broad, conceptual understanding of living organisms from the building blocks of cells to ecosystems.
ENG 204 Interdisciplinary Reading, Writing, and Research
3
This gateway course is designed to refine skills in reading, writing, and critical thinking, and to apply these skills in a multifaceted approach to research in specific disciplines.
Liberal Arts
Units
ENG 348 Modern American Literature
3
This course will introduce students to the various types of writing that occurred in American society through the middle of the nineteenth century from Colonization to American Romanticism. Along with exploring different styles of writing, the course will provide a backdrop of American history to show the motivation of the writers during the time periods in which they wrote. Throughout the course, students will also be introduced to different literary styles. By reading various texts and writing strategies, students will understand how non-fiction, fiction, and poetic works helped to mold American society and how these texts were perceived by others.
HIS 227 Ancient World History
3
This course provides an introduction to the peoples of the ancient world. Students investigate various aspects of ancient world cultures, including geography, politics, history, art, literature, and religion. Students begin to think historically about their world in terms of patterns of human experience and assess the similarities between conditions prevailing in ancient times and those in the current era.
Liberal Arts
Units
ENG 348 Modern American Literature
3
This course will introduce students to the various types of writing that occurred in American society through the middle of the nineteenth century from Colonization to American Romanticism. Along with exploring different styles of writing, the course will provide a backdrop of American history to show the motivation of the writers during the time periods in which they wrote. Throughout the course, students will also be introduced to different literary styles. By reading various texts and writing strategies, students will understand how non-fiction, fiction, and poetic works helped to mold American society and how these texts were perceived by others.
HIS 227 Ancient World History
3
This course provides an introduction to the peoples of the ancient world. Students investigate various aspects of ancient world cultures, including geography, politics, history, art, literature, and religion. Students begin to think historically about their world in terms of patterns of human experience and assess the similarities between conditions prevailing in ancient times and those in the current era.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

JFKu Online

Associate of Arts
Concentration in
Criminal Justice

Program Overview

The Associate of Arts in General Studies program provides students with a solid foundation for future educational and career opportunities, with the concentration in Criminal Justice offering them a framework for starting out in the field. Through a broad range of general education courses focused on the liberal arts, students develop their awareness of the key forces of societal change: social, cultural, historical, economic, political, and technological. Additionally, the Criminal Justice concentration prepares students practically and philosophically for a wide variety of entry-level career opportunities in the criminal justice field. *Pending WSCUC approval.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Criminal Justice Concentration Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 15 semester units for the concentration curriculum. Visit the AA Program page for the remaining curriculum.

Criminal Justice
Units
CRJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
3
This course provides students with an introduction to the criminal justice system in the United States. Emphasis is placed on crime and justice; law and the criminal justice system; police and law enforcement operations; juvenile justice; and contemporary issues in policing, courts, corrections, incarcerations, and reentry. Students will develop an understanding that criminal justice is a complex social system and is a larger part of the broader social, political, and economic systems of the country.
CRJ 150 Corrections
3
This course examines the context, trends, practices, and special interests of corrections. Emphasis is placed on the history and current trends of the practice, jails, the prison experience, institutional management, educational/treatment programs, prisoners’ rights, women in prison, and race/ethnicity challenges.
CRJ 260 Criminology
3
The course is a theoretical study of crime, its causes, and crime prevention and control. The student will examine the field of criminology and develop an understanding for how research models are used to better understand and explain criminal behavior and society’s response.
Criminal Justice
Units
CRJ 265 Juveniles in the Justice System
3
This course will bring the student with an interest in public safety and criminal justice into the American juvenile justice system. The student will learn about the laws and procedures that govern the way juveniles are handled by the police and the court, the reasons for them, and how to apply them in the everyday discharge of the law enforcement officer’s duty. This course covers the basics of juvenile justice, from entry into the system by way of law enforcement to prosecution, rehabilitation, and corrections.
CRJ 350 Ethical Behavior in the Criminal Justice System
3
This course covers the basics of public administration and the ethical issues of public service, including law enforcement, sentencing, corrections criminal justice research, and crime control.
Criminal Justice
Units
CRJ 265 Juveniles in the Justice System
3
This course will bring the student with an interest in public safety and criminal justice into the American juvenile justice system. The student will learn about the laws and procedures that govern the way juveniles are handled by the police and the court, the reasons for them, and how to apply them in the everyday discharge of the law enforcement officer’s duty. This course covers the basics of juvenile justice, from entry into the system by way of law enforcement to prosecution, rehabilitation, and corrections.
CRJ 350 Ethical Behavior in the Criminal Justice System
3
This course covers the basics of public administration and the ethical issues of public service, including law enforcement, sentencing, corrections criminal justice research, and crime control.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

JFKu Online

Associate of Arts
Concentration
in Business

Program Overview

The Associate of Arts in General Studies program provides students with a solid foundation for future educational and career opportunities, with the concentration in Business specifically gearing them toward further studies and/or a career in the field. Through a broad range of general education courses focused on the liberal arts, students develop their awareness of the key forces of societal change: social, cultural, historical, economic, political, and technological. Additionally, the Business concentration directs students’ critical awareness toward the business world, introducing concepts that serve as a base for both on-the-job skill-building and further educational inquiry. *Pending WSCUC approval.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Business Concentration Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 15 semester units for the concentration curriculum. Visit the AA Program page for the remaining curriculum.

Business
Units
CIS 101 Computer Literacy
3
This course covers software design, practical implications of computer technology, and the legal ethical issues and practices pertaining to computer use from the internet on authoring and identity.
BUS 101 Introduction to Business
3
This course is an introduction to the concepts and practice of business at all levels. Students will approach numerous topics while exploring the fundamentals of business including entrepreneurship, marketing, human resources and trends. Case studies, group activities and presentations will emphasize those topics discussed in class to help the student acquire the necessary skills to succeed in building a knowledge base for a career in business.
BUS 209 Financial Accounting
3
Introduction to bookkeeping procedures: emphasis on the development of skills for both cash and accrual methods of recording, including adjusting and closing entries, cash controls and bank reconciliation, coverage of accounting systems, internal control procedures and procedures for completion of an accounting cycle.
Business
Units
BUS 220 Microeconomics
3
This is a general introduction to microeconomic systems. An examination of general microeconomics theory with an emphasis on supply and demand, opportunity cost, consumer choice, the firm, the market structure (s) and regulation, allocation of resources, capital, interest, profit, labor unions, income analysis, energy, national resource economics, and public policy.
MGT 301 Leadership in Organizations and Business Management
3
This course provides opportunities for personal assessment, setting of goals and priorities, and planning for professional development necessary for functioning effectively as a leader or manager in an organizational or business setting. The emphasis for this course is placed upon exploring and identifying suitable leadership and management styles; and strategies useful in problem solving, decision-making, and conflict resolution by individuals, groups and organizations.
Business
Units
BUS 220 Microeconomics
3
This is a general introduction to microeconomic systems. An examination of general microeconomics theory with an emphasis on supply and demand, opportunity cost, consumer choice, the firm, the market structure (s) and regulation, allocation of resources, capital, interest, profit, labor unions, income analysis, energy, national resource economics, and public policy.
MGT 301 Leadership in Organizations and Business Management
3
This course provides opportunities for personal assessment, setting of goals and priorities, and planning for professional development necessary for functioning effectively as a leader or manager in an organizational or business setting. The emphasis for this course is placed upon exploring and identifying suitable leadership and management styles; and strategies useful in problem solving, decision-making, and conflict resolution by individuals, groups and organizations.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Strategic Management focuses on strategic action as the force behind a mission statement. Students working in this area develop an understanding of the competitive environment from the perspective of senior leaders who are responsible for identifying new sustainable business opportunities. This specialization prepares students to lead strategic planning teams, conduct strategic competitive analysis, and write strategic plans.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Strategic Management Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Strategic Management
Units
MBA 601 Managerial Economics
3
This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.
MBA 602 Executive Leadership
3
A leader is a person who is able to cast a vision in a way that others want to follow and accomplish that vision. This course is designed to help students improve their leadership skills in order to function effectively in the global economy. Topics include critical issues in executive leadership and foundational concepts on motivation and negotiation skills.
Strategic Management
Units
MBA 603 New Venture Creation
3
This course prepares students to spearhead new initiatives, paying special attention to the process and activities required before a startup can open for business. Entrepreneurship, in this context, is viewed as long-term value creation. Accordingly, using real-world case studies, this course focuses on critical issues in the development of a new venture: market and competitive conditions, testing critical assumptions upon which the new business concept rests, adequate planning, proper assessment of skills and resources required to create a strong competitive position, and creation of a formal business plan.
Strategic Management
Units
MBA 603 New Venture Creation
3
This course prepares students to spearhead new initiatives, paying special attention to the process and activities required before a startup can open for business. Entrepreneurship, in this context, is viewed as long-term value creation. Accordingly, using real-world case studies, this course focuses on critical issues in the development of a new venture: market and competitive conditions, testing critical assumptions upon which the new business concept rests, adequate planning, proper assessment of skills and resources required to create a strong competitive position, and creation of a formal business plan.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Sales Management focuses on core competencies in selling, entrepreneurism, and sales management as well as how to deliver a company’s products and services and reinforce its value proposition. This area of focus prepares students for positions in direct sales, operations management, and strategic account management.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Sales Management Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Sales Management
Units
MBA 641 Intermediate Selling
3
This course is designed to give the graduate student the concepts and skills necessary to successfully sell to decision makers in a corporation. The topics covered include responding to requests for proposals, making formal presentations, selling to top-level executives, and fundamental sales strategies.
MBA 642 Entrepreneurial Strategy
3
This course focuses on the creation of strategic growth as a catalyst for a small company’s transition to being a key competitor in an industry segment. Students explore the strategic management process as it relates to building the entrepreneurial firm. This is the capstone course for the entrepreneurship concentration.
Sales Management
Units
MBA 643 Sales Management
3
This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.
Sales Management
Units
MBA 643 Sales Management
3
This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Management focuses on leadership and management skills, preparing students for positions of increasing managerial responsibility, such as general manager, operations manager, or sales director.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Management Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Finance
Units
MBA 640 Operations Management
3
This course presents techniques and methods for managing operations in services and manufacturing. Current topics such as supply chain management, the balanced scorecard, and yield management are examined using a real-world perspective and a contemporary approach. This course stresses teamwork, quality, and customer service.
MBA 645 Managing the Global Workforce
3
Global leaders must be able to effectively acquire, develop, compensate, and motivate employees in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. Students will learn about how human resource management contributes to business success by strategically managing an organization’s human capital.
Finance
Units
MBA 643 Sales Management
3
This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.
Finance
Units
MBA 643 Sales Management
3
This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Information Technology weighs the impact of information technology on how the world does business. It examines logical design, documentation, storage, management, and security of information. This area of focus prepares students for careers such as technology manager and business systems analyst.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Information Technology Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Information Technology
Units
MBA 680 Systems Analysis and Design
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of systems analysis and design with the objective of using the appropriate logical processes to develop information systems. Specific topics include determining business requirements, documenting organizational processes, analyzing information flows, and re-engineering information.
MBA 685 Database Management
3
This course examines database management methods and specially designed software applications used in a variety of information system environments. Topics include storing, cataloging, modifying, querying, and extracting data in relational database management systems. Examples of database management systems to be discussed include SQL Server, Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft Access.
Information Technology
Units
MBA 690 Computer and Network Security
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of computer security principles and network security. Specific topics to be examined include computer security threats and attacks, vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, threats and vulnerabilities to network architectures and protocols, Botnets, Email security, IP security, Web security, and network security management techniques such as Firewalls and IDS.
Information Technology
Units
MBA 690 Computer and Network Security
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of computer security principles and network security. Specific topics to be examined include computer security threats and attacks, vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, threats and vulnerabilities to network architectures and protocols, Botnets, Email security, IP security, Web security, and network security management techniques such as Firewalls and IDS.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Human Resources examines and prepares students for careers in the areas of global talent management, organizational development, and strategic human resource management.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Human Resources Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Human Resources
Units
MBA 611 Organizational Development & Transformational Leadership
3
This course investigates organizational development and change practices used to enhance organizational effectiveness, improve quality of work life, increase productivity, and facilitate the organization’s capacity to assess and solve its own problems. In an examination of the role of transformational leader, students will develop skills in organizational diagnosis, survey development, change management, team building, systems redesign, problem identification, and problem solving.
MBA 612 Cross-Cultural Management
3
The hyper-competitive global arena of the twenty-first century means that managers develop skills necessary to design and implement global strategies, to conduct effective cross-national interactions, and to manage daily operations in foreign subsidiaries. Through case study, students learn how culture interacts with other national and international factors to affect managerial processes and behaviors. Cross-cultural management and competitive strategy is evaluated in the context of global changes.
Human Resources
Units
MBA 645 Managing the Global Workforce
3
Global leaders must be able to effectively acquire, develop, compensate, and motivate employees in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. Students will learn about how human resource management contributes to business success by strategically managing an organization’s human capital.
Human Resources
Units
MBA 645 Managing the Global Workforce
3
Global leaders must be able to effectively acquire, develop, compensate, and motivate employees in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. Students will learn about how human resource management contributes to business success by strategically managing an organization’s human capital.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

JFKu Online

Master of Business
Administration
Specialization in Health Care

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Health Care explores techniques related to managing health care organizations, maintaining and predicting financial strength, and understanding ethical challenges and legal constraints in this setting. This focus area prepares students for positions like hospital administrator, pharmaceutical project manager, or physician relations coordinator.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Health Care Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Health Care
Units
MBA 655 Health Care Management
3
This course addresses the management of organizations that deliver health care services, such as hospitals, nursing homes, multi-specialty clinics, and home health care agencies. Students will examine principles of effective management, including organizational design, motivation, leadership, conflict management, teamwork, and strategic alliances. Management issues that distinguish health services organizations from other types of organizations will be identified and strategies for dealing with these issues will be evaluated.
MBA 670 Health Care Finance
3
This course addresses systems and uses of accounting and financial planning in health care organizations, including planning and control. Students will examine the analysis of financial statements, reporting, ratios, and budgeting for health care organizations to make sound decisions. This course provides a conceptual and practical knowledge of health care finance including sources of funding, revenue and cost determinants, third-party payers, managed-care contracts, and valuations.
Health Care
Units
MBA 675 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care
3
Managers in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, or skilled nursing facilities have a professional stake in understanding the multiple legal and ethical issues that they will encounter as part of their day-to-day responsibilities. This course examines the legal aspects of health services management including consumer protection, the patient/physician relationship, principles that govern patient information, professional licensure and liability, medical malpractice, and public duties of a health care professional.
Health Care
Units
MBA 675 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care
3
Managers in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, or skilled nursing facilities have a professional stake in understanding the multiple legal and ethical issues that they will encounter as part of their day-to-day responsibilities. This course examines the legal aspects of health services management including consumer protection, the patient/physician relationship, principles that govern patient information, professional licensure and liability, medical malpractice, and public duties of a health care professional.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student

JFKu Online

Master of Business
Administration
Specialization in Finance

Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Finance provides up-to-date knowledge of financial theory, analytical techniques, institutional practices, and practical applications. This specialization allows students to become effective decision makers regarding fiscal policy and strategy and prepares them to work as financial analysts, financial managers, and comptrollers.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Finance Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Finance
Units
FIN 605 Financial Institutions and Markets
3
This course examines the role that financial institutions and markets play in the dominant economies of the world. Financial institutions will be explored, with emphasis on the types of institutions and how each type of institution participates in financial intermediation. The roles and interactions of financial markets, governments, businesses, and consumers will be examined with focus on regulation, market structure, interest rates, and the function of central banks and the Federal Reserve.
FIN 610 Risk Analysis and Insurance
3
This course focuses on analyzing and solving risk management problems in business organizations based upon the assumption that risk can be managed if risks are identified prior to a loss and that insurance is an important tool for that purpose. Utilizing managerial, consumer, and societal perspectives, topics include methodology for risk analysis, insurance principles and practices, and techniques for risk and loss control.
Finance
Units
FIN 615 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
3
This course focuses on the analysis of investment options including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, stock options, and derivatives. Capital market theory and market efficiency are examined from a financial management perspective. Students learn to evaluate investments in an international market by incorporating economic conditions, ratios, and market information. Emphasis is placed on portfolio management and diversification.
Finance
Units
FIN 615 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
3
This course focuses on the analysis of investment options including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, stock options, and derivatives. Capital market theory and market efficiency are examined from a financial management perspective. Students learn to evaluate investments in an international market by incorporating economic conditions, ratios, and market information. Emphasis is placed on portfolio management and diversification.

It’s About Tradition

John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.

The best way to make a change is getting a
good education.

– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student