Ohio Dominican University’s Finance program provides professional finance education in keeping with the Dominican tradition. The program will enable graduates to become productive and contributing members of the finance community, and provide them with a foundation upon which they may build a habit of lifelong learning.
ODU places an emphasis on engaged learning. This means classes are full of discussions and hands-on learning experiences, such as trading stocks and options. We believe learning doesn’t only happen in the classroom, but also in the real world through internships. Columbus, Ohio is a large metropolitan area with many opportunities for engaged learning. Internship possibilities range from companies such as NiSource, The Limited, JPMorgan Chase, Merrill Lynch, Huntington Bank and Nationwide Insurance.
Ohio Dominican University has a special relationship with the Market Technicians Association (MTA). ODU Finance students gain free membership to the organization and can take advantage of reduced costs for conferences. In addition, several of our students are sitting for the CMT exams.
Tony Emanuel is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the Division of Business. He is a member of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education and a past president of its Region 4. He also is an academic member of Financial Executives International and Resource Coordinator for Special Olympics, Reynoldsburg Chapter.
Dr. Ken Fah is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Business. Dr. Fah has presented papers and has been an active participant at numerous professional conferences. He has been published in the Economic Journal, Journal of Economics, and Ex Scientia. Dr. Fah is a member of the Missouri Valley Economic Association and the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists. He has participated in numerous academic and nonacademic workshops, and has made presentations to investment groups and small businesses.