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Dept. of Accounting, Finance, & Economics
209 Thurmond Building
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-3960 (fax)

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Accounting, Finance, & Economics

Financial Markets Seminar (BADM 402/602)

All students are required to complete an eight-hour on-line course from Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC). The course is a self-paced e-learning course that provides a visual introduction to the financial markets. BMC consists of 4 modules — Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities — woven together from Bloomberg data, news, analytics and television. Successful course completion is required three weeks prior to the trip departure date.

All students will be required to attend two Sunday sessions prior to the trip.  The first session is an orientation to the Bloomberg Market Concepts terminals.  The second session includes presentations by the graduate students. 

Graduate students will be required to prepare and present a paper.  

During the trip all students must attend daily lectures on a variety of aspects of the Financial Markets from US Government officials, Wall Street analysts, and others including:

  • Charles Schwab
  • Blackrock
  • Daiwai Capital
  • Russell Investments
  • Bloomberg
  • The Conference Board


All students will earn three semester hours of class credit as an elective.

In addition, students should take advantage of the culture and nightlife of New York City.

The cost of $2,100* covers the following: (tuition not included):

  • Airfare
  • Hotel lodging at the Wellington Hotel, 871 Seventh Avenue in New York City (Double Occupancy)
  • Transfers to/from Newark airport in New York to/from hotel (students responsible for transportation to/from Charlotte airport)
  • Local travel costs to and from lectures in New York City (subway metro card provided)
*Students registered for at least 6 credit hours during the summer may apply financial aid to the cost of the tuition and trip expenses.  Contact the Office of Financial Aid with eligibility questions. 

 If you're interested, email Professor Berbrick at



Last Updated: 10/9/20