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Why Choose Goddard’s Finance Emphasis?

You will learn analytical and conceptual skills necessary for a finance-based career.

Finance is concerned with how individuals and firms allocate resources over time.

Our bachelor's degree in finance offers you excellent preparation to pursue an MBA or Master of Finance degree.

What You’ll Learn

A background in finance will prepare you to:

  • Conduct detailed financial analyses
  • Relate the financial environment of an organization to the policies that organization will need for optimum returns
  • Select and analyze investment opportunities for both individuals and organizations

What You Can Do

Entry-level finance graduates have career opportunities in:

  • Manufacturing and distribution companies
  • Commercial and investment banking
  • Savings and loan organizations
  • Insurance companies
  • State and federal government

You could enter the work force as a:

  • Financial analyst
  • Operations manager
  • Portfolio manager
  • Treasury specialist
  • Compliance analyst
  • Demand planner

“I chose the Goddard School of Business finance program partly because of the wonderful professors. Not only did they come highly recommended, but they are also well known for being passionate and dedicated to teaching.”—Hannah Shafer

Wildcat Investors, our student club, invests $50,000 in real money in stocks and bonds.

Admission Process

You must be admitted to the Goddard School in order to enroll in the finance emphasis.

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