University of North Carolina Pembroke partners with Solomon on Financial Trading course

Solomon Exam Prep’s latest partnership will bring its Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) exam curriculum to a new UNC Pembroke course. Continue reading

Solomon Exam Prep is thrilled to announce its newest university partnership, with the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Mohammad Rahman, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the School of Business, will be using Solomon Exam Prep’s Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) curriculum for a new finance course called Financial Trading. The online elective is running this Fall 2021 semester and will give students the opportunity to dive into the world of investing, plus help prepare them to take the SIE exam.

In the course, students will learn about trading environments, processes, and strategies. Topics covered include order types, trading terminology, hedging strategies, trading costs, market structure, and regulatory environments. Market simulations will be used to aid students’ understanding of executing trades, the application of trading strategies, and tracking performance metrics.

Bring the SIE to Your Campus

Interested in how you could incorporate Solomon Exam Prep’s study materials into a course at your college or university? Solomon’s flexible SIE curriculum can be tailored to meet the needs of a variety of classes. Students receive Solomon’s industry-leading online study materials at a discounted educational rate, and instructors benefit from high-touch support and access to the Instructor Portal with its innovative classroom tools and reporting features. And Solomon’s SIE curriculum is perfect for both in-person and online courses.

I just want to thank Solomon Exam Prep for a great semester! We taught this curriculum at Widener University for the first time. The Solomon team was great to work with! Always available, very responsive and eager to help. The online offering is very comprehensive and we didn’t miss a beat when we switched to remote learning. The QwizBang game was a big hit with the students (although more fun when we were all in the same room.) I can’t thank them enough for all that they have done.

Maggie Creed, Widener University, Chester, PA

Join institutions such as the University of Delaware, Adelphi University, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Seton Hall University, Ohio Dominican University, Georgetown University, Widener University, and University of Dallas in partnering with Solomon.

To learn more about the ways colleges and universities can partner with Solomon, visit the website or contact Beth Hamilton, Higher Education Development Manager, at or 503-601-0212.

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