Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance + Master of Business Administration (3+2)
A degree in Finance positions a graduate to be a Chief Financial Officer, Financial Planner, Industrial Broker or Investment Counselor.
An understanding of finance not only prepares students for a variety of interesting and rewarding careers, but also equips them to make better decisions as investors throughout their lives. Virtually every business decision has financial implications and determining whether a particular decision will likely create value or decrease it is the underlying principle of the finance discipline.
Finance graduates are sought to fill a variety of positions that include Financial Analyst, Retail Bank Manager, Cash Manager, Trust Officer, Credit Analyst, Financial Planner, Loan Officer, Real Estate Appraiser, Stockbroker, Insurance Agent, Portfolio Manager, Underwriter, Mortgage Banker, or Pension Fund Manager, to name a few.
For more information about the finance degree, please see (Bachelor of Business Administration and Finance Degree Information).
This program is also the undergraduate component of the 3+2 program, in which students can earn a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Finance Concentration and a Master of Business Administration (MBA, as described below) in five years. Through careful planning and coordination students can complete their four-year degree and their graduate degree simultaneously. For more information please see 3 + 2 MBA Program Information.