Bachelor of Business Administration Finance Major

Finance majors learn how money is raised and invested, how to manage a company's financial resources, and gain an understanding of capital markets, corporate finance, investments and financial institutions. You’ll acquire the background to handle an array of financial challenges including the impact of interest rates, be able to perform risk analyses, know how to determine the value and return of investments, and grasp the regulatory environment. Students who graduate with the finance major are prepared to enter positions in corporations, financial institutions, brokerage firms, investment banks, and government. They also are prepared for post-graduate study in all areas of business. 

120

Credit Hours

C

A grade of 'C' or higher is required in all business pre-core courses.

  • Students who graduate with a finance major are prepared to enter positions in corporations, financial institutions, brokerage firms, investment banks, and government. They also are prepared for post-graduate study in all areas of business.

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Learning Goals

Unique Skills

Identify the functions of financial markets and institutions and examine their impact on the level of interest rates and interest rate differentials.

Learn Advanced Concepts

Investigate advanced time value of money concepts and extend these concepts to mortgage mathematics, commercial mathematics, and capital budgeting.

Explore

Explore the international integration of financial markets and analyze implications for financial managers.

Informed Decisions

Examine the nature of the commercial banking business. Ascertain the measures of bank return and risk performance and how they are applied to bank valuation decisions and management performance assessment.

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