Industry-standard technology in a world-class business school
Students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn have the edge to compete. Our Bloomberg Finance Lab allows students to analyze a vast amount of real-time market data and even earn their Bloomberg certification. Our Investment Fund Management course allows students to manage an investment fund with real money, and students can also use the lab on their own.
The Bloomberg Finance Lab is our flagship learning space -- and is just one of many ways we help our students gain real-world skills to stand out on the job market.
Graduate Finance Programs
Want to study finance in depth? The MS in Finance provides a specialized education for dynamic careers in corporate finance, financial institutions and investment management.
Looking for a broad managerial degree? Check out the MBA with a Finance concentration or go even more in-depth with the MBA/MS in Finance dual-degree.
Interested in math, statistics, or quantitative analysis? The MS-Business Analytics with the Financial Analytics concentration might be the best option for you. (This program doesn't include our Investment Fund Management course, where students most frequently use the Bloomberg Finance Lab, but you could add that course as an additional option.)
Undergraduate Finance Programs
The BBA Finance major covers a wide range of topics related to corporate finance and financial markets. Students can specialize further by completing the Financial Management concentration, which emphasizes corporate finance and similar topics, or the Financial Services concentration, which emphasizes banking and investment services.
The Finance minor also provides students with a background in the main areas of finance.
The Financial Planning minor emphasizes client-facing careers related to financial planning. (This minor doesn't include our Investment Fund Management course, where students most frequently use the Bloomberg Finance Lab, but you could add that course as an additional option.)
Bloomberg Finance Lab Open Hours
Students will use the Bloomberg Finance Lab during their courses in Investment Fund Management during the 2020-21 academic year.
Students are also usually welcome to use the lab during open hours. The campus remains temporarily closed to general access because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but open lab hours will resume as soon as possible.