2022-23 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 17, 2024  
2022-23 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Finance, B.S.B.A. (4160)


The finance major (4160) is designed to prepare students for careers in financial management, investments, banking, and financial services. Graduates are employed by domestic and multinational companies, commercial banks, securities firms, insurance companies, government organizations, consulting firms, and small businesses. Learning takes place in an interactive classroom environment and through practical experiences including internships, professional conferences and presentations, and management of an actual stock portfolio. The program provides students with an opportunity to specialize by combining finance courses with those in other business disciplines including accounting and economics. For credit to count toward graduation with a major in finance, students must earn at least a C in each upper division finance, accounting, and economics course.

 

Upper-division Finance, Accounting and/or Economics Electives (9 Hours)


Suggested Specializations: Commercial Banking (FIN 313 , FIN 351 ) or Investments (FIN 313 , FIN 411 )

Business Elective (3 Hours)


Total Hours: 30