Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics
The expanded Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics is a first-class, state-of-the-art trading room and analytics learning lab.
The Fall 2004 opening of the original Center (formerly the Center for Securities Trading and Analysis) was marked by the ringing of the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange and a $50,000 grant from the NYSE Foundation. A few months later, the School followed the bell ringing with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by Richard Cody, New Jersey acting governor at the time.
Since 2004, Stillman has been committed to high-impact applied learning, and the innovative financial trading room replicates a Wall Street experience. Over 850 students fully leverage the room and its resident Bloomberg terminals each semester. This includes over 500 finance majors, hundreds of students pursuing other fields of study, students participating in the Student-Managed Investment Fund (“Hall Street”) and students competing in (and winning!) the renowned CFA Institute Research Challenge. Learn More »
If you're good with numbers, enjoy "following the money" from Wall Street to Main Street, and are interested in the art and science of money management, this concentration may be your perfect fit. Students will be exposed to stock evaluations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and portfolio analysis.
B.S., Mathematical Finance
The concentration in mathematical finance seeks to broaden and deepen the educational experience of students by offering them the opportunity to be active participants—effective problem solvers—in what is becoming a structural shift in thinking since the global financial crisis of 2007–2009. This shift is occurring in both the academic and corporate communities. The demand is not only for new thinking but new talent in both communities. As a response, the concentration in mathematical finance seeks not only to prepare students for careers in the corporate sector but also to groom them for graduate degrees.
B.S., Finance and Technology
Seton Hall’s new Finance and Technology (FinTech) major will enable you to bridge the gap between the finance and technology staffs, uniquely preparing you for the most well-paid and sought-after positions in the financial industry. You will study financial strategy and investment analysis alongside courses in programming and information modeling, and you will do this at one of only two universities in the United States currently offering an undergraduate degree designated concentration in FinTech.
In this concentration, you'll build the theoretical foundations and gain the hands-on experience you need to excel in the financial services industry. In fact, many of our students go on to pass all three CFA-level examinations.
M.B.A. Business Analytics
From health and science to retail and finance, big data is driving and changing every aspect of our world today — especially in business. Advanced technology now allows companies to gather and store massive amounts of data more easily than ever before. But businesses are all facing the same dilemma: how to harness that data once they have it.
Online M.S. in Business Analytics
Advanced technology now allows companies to gather and store massive amounts of data more easily than ever before. But businesses are all facing the same dilemma: how to harness that data once they have it. All over the globe, companies are searching for leaders who can use data to solve problems strategically and make effective business decisions. Our online M.S. in Business Analytics (MSBA) prepares you to do exactly that.
Certificate, Business Analytics
It is no exaggeration to state that every business of moderate size is either using business analytics or will have to in order to stay competitive, and that businesses around the world are facing the dilemma of how to harness data once they have it. The Certificate in Business Analytics is designed for students who are seeking to learn data analytics concepts with an emphasis on how those tools can be applied to solve business problems. The Certificate consists of 12 credits of coursework, including three required courses and one elective course.