FE

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Part of Speech

Noun

Pronunciation

['ef ee]

Description

Financial Economics, or more colloquially known as FE, is one of two certificates under the Kellogg CPU aimed at introducing students to advanced topics such as finance, derivatives, and investments. Both of these certificates are for students who are interested in investment banking and learning basic financial tools. The FE course titles include "Principles of Finance", "Investments", and "Derivatives", and there is a topics class, with the specific topic changing from year to year.[1]

Example Sentence

Oh you're in FE and you're not doing an investment banking internship?

Related Terms

References

  1. Kellogg.northwestern.edu, course offerings.