Finance majors acquire the knowledge and skills to analyze financial data and use financial concepts to value financial and real assets in order to help individuals and companies make decisions about resource allocation. Students can develop their expertise in a variety of areas including corporate finance, banking, investments, and international finance.

  • Program Advantages
    • Small class sizes
    • Flexible day and evening class schedules
    • Accessible faculty
    • Investment learning center coming Fall 2019
  • Degree Requirements
    • Admission Criteria: 56 hours
    • Major Requirements: 60 hours
    • Business Core: 36 hours
    • Required Courses: 12 hours
        •  Investments
        • Financial Markets and Institutions
        • Intermediate Financial Theory
        • Problems in Financial Management
    • Restricted Electives: 12 credits from the following
        • Analysis of Financial Statements
        • Economic Fluctuations for Entrepreneurs
        • International Business Finance
        • Introduction to Speculative Markets
        • Fixed Income Analysis
        • Commercial Banking
        • Mortgage Banking
  • Potential Careers
    • Credit Analyst
    • Finance Officer
    • Financial Advisor
    • Financial Planner
    • Loan Officer
    • Investment Banker
    • Money Management
    • Broker
    • Underwriter

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Tuition, Scholarships & Aid

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