Bachelor of Science in Finance

If helping people and organizations become more profitable speaks to you, and you want to lead positive change and help our economy thrive, then a career in finance might be for you. Our B.S. in Finance helps you gain the money management, financial decision-making, and financial planning skills you need to build your future in the field.  

You’ll learn form a faculty with real-world experience in everything from financial service firms, brokerage and investment houses, banks, insurance companies, and domestic and international businesses, among other areas. 

And it’s good for your bottom line, too: Payscale ranked our Malcolm Baldrige School of Business in the top 10 for return on investment in 2014. 

In our Finance program, you’ll: 

  • Learn from faculty with exceptional academic credentials as well as real-life experience 
  • Be part of a practice-based, highly interactive learning environment
  • Build the skills to analyze, define and make viable financial solutions and apply them to a variety of careers

Choose a concentration in one of the following:

  • General Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Planning and Analysis
  • Financial Services and Banking
  • Personal Financial Planning

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Finance degree program will develop their skills in analyzing financial situations, determining potential problems, and arriving at workable solutions. Through case studies, students will gain knowledge of the cultural, global and ethical environments in which businesses operate. They will also gain vital foundational knowledge in the areas of mathematics and quantitative methods necessary to effectively analyze business and investment decisions. 

Graduates could pursue careers in corporate finance, investment and portfolio management, banking, public finance, personal finance and international finance. Graduates may go on to study finance at the graduate level.

 This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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