The Academic Program within the Institute for Financial Market Regulation is an interdisciplinary program preparing undergraduate and graduate students for careers in regulation and supervision of the financial markets. It educates students in four essential areas.
- the business of financial markets and how regulations affect that business;
- the laws of financial market regulation;
- public policy of financial market regulation;
- technology of information management and data analysis essential to modern regulation and supervision.
Graduates have classes and experiences encompassing each of these areas. They will enter careers in financial market regulation and supervision appreciating its issues and necessary skills, prepared to learn more efficiently from on-the-job experience and continuing professional education.