The Division of Finance and Economics offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance.
Graduates of our program bring added value to many types of organizations. They are prepared to meet the challenges of a technological business environment because they have mastered many professional skills. For example, students who graduate with a B.B.A. in Finance have developed competency in:
- Oral and Written Communications
- Problem-solving and Critical Thinking
- Qualitative and Quantitative data analysis
- Working as members of a team
Our graduates are therefore able, either individually or in a team context, to review and analyze, critically, financial policies and strategies for individuals and businesses.
Opportunities & Careers
- Law School
- Graduate School in Finance, Economics, Applied Economics, Human Resource Management, Statistics, and other fields
- Business School (MBA Programs)
- Analyst, Examiner, or Financial Institution Specialist with the FDIC or the Federal Reserve System
- Private Sector Financial Services: Investment & Portfolio Management, Financial Planning & Wealth Management, Securities Broker, Bank Manager, Insurance
Projected job market data for Financial Managers: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-3031.02
- FIN 323 – Principles of Finance
- FIN 343 – Intermediate Financial Mgt.
- FIN 370 – Principles of Investments
- FIN 440 – International Finance
- FIN 470 – Fin. Policies and Strategies
- FIN/ACC/ECN Electives (9 hours)
These jobs are challenging, interesting, and fulfilling. And the money is good, too: starting salaries for graduates in the above fields average $49,700. For more information on job and career possibilities, we have prepared for you an extensive Alumni Jobs & Careers Database. If you want to know what our alumni are doing with their Finance degrees (often combined with studies in economics, accounting, and/or international business), and what YOU can do with a Finance degree from the Lewis College of Business, you’ll find your answer here!