What can I do with a business degree in finance?
Entry-level finance graduates have career opportunities in:
- manufacturing and distributing firms
- commercial banks
- savings and loan management
- security analysis
- trust management
You could enter the work force as an:
- financial manager
- purchasing agent
- credit manager
- finance coach
- financial analyst
- revenue specialist
- budget officer
What will I learn?
As a student concentrating in finance, you will learn to:
- conduct detailed financial analyses
- relate the financial environment of an organization to its policies
- select and analyze investment opportunities for individuals and organizations
What is the application process?
Students seeking a degree or certificate within the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics (GSBE) must be formally admitted. For admissions criteria and the step-by-step admissions process, click here.
Master’s Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Bachelor’s Degree: Bachelor of Arts or Science (B.A. or B.S.) in Business Administration with an emphasis in finance
Minor: Business Administration (for non-business majors)
The Department of Business Administration is part of the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business—the highest level of accreditation attainable.