Doctoral Degrees Ph.D. Community Economic Development D.B.A. International Business
Certiﬁcate Programs – Undergraduate Accounting (Online/On Location) Baking Business Information Systems (Online/On Location) Cooking Human Resource Management (Online/On Location)
Certiﬁcate Programs – Graduate Accounting (Online/On Location) Advanced Studies in Education (Field Based Graduate Program) Adult Psychiatric Business Administration Computer Technology Educator Forensic Accounting/Fraud Examination Finance (On Location) Hospitality & Tourism Leadership Human Resource Management (Online/On Location) Integrated Community Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services for Adults Integrated Community Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services for Children, Youth and Families Integrated Marketing Communications (Online) International Business (Online/On Location) International Business/Information Technology International Finance International Hospitality Management (Online) International Sport Management IT- Management Track IT- Technical Track Leadership of Non-Proﬁt Organizations (On Location) Marketing (Online/On Location) Microﬁnance Management (Online) Operations Management (Online) Professional Studies in Education (Field Based Graduate Program) Project Management (On Location) Psychiatric & Substance Abuse Sport Management (Online) Terrorism and Homeland Security Training and Development (Online/On Location)
Center for Financial Studies Issues of economics and ﬁnance affect everyone. The Center for Financial Studies at Southern New Hampshire University has adopted as its mission the promotion of economic and ﬁnancial literacy for everyone, from children in elementary schools to adults…a mission that sets the Center for Financial Studies at SNHU apart from many other academic trading rooms. For the SNHU community, the Center provides a variety of technology and access to ﬁnancial data and news sources. The Center supports students, faculty and staff of all academic disciplines in their academic and research efforts. For the extended community, the Center provides a means for obtaining economic/ﬁnancial literacy that supports personal and professional decision-making. For example, the Center works with several organizations that are proponents of economic/ﬁnancial literacy to support educators in their teaching efforts. The Center also provides a ﬁeld trip destination for area schools, offering a variety of programs about personal ﬁnance and investing topics. The Center for Financial Studies serves as a bridge between area high schools and area businesses by providing business, ﬁnance and economics professionals, present and future, with a forum for gaining and maintaining current knowledge in their ﬁelds. The Center simulates a Wall Street trading environment with: • an electronic stock ticker and two electronic databoards with streaming market data • 30 workstations with two ﬂat panel monitors each • 6 additional workstations in an adjacent conference room • state-of-the-art AV equipment • analytical and modeling software applications • Bloomberg terminal access for real-time data • 3 laser printers • Internet access Up-to-date information on programs and events at the Center for Financial Studies can be found at the Center’s Web site: www.snhu.edu/cfs.