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Financial Management

Financial professionals work with precision, and often under pressure, to manage large amounts of money in complex environments.

Kyle Mulrooney, finance major

‌Financial managers often obtain funds for an organization and guide the wise use of those funds, even orchestrating all of an organization's financial affairs. Career opportunities include the interrelated areas of money and capital markets, investments and financial management, with positions found in every segment of society.‌

What You Study

Our curriculum builds sharp analytical abilities, knowledge of markets and accounting statements and the soft skills of a top communicator. Study also focuses on the workings of money and capital markets, including financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies and investment firms.

How We Support Your Learning

Finance majors can develop their professional, social and networking skills through the activities of the Finance Club, and many gain experience through internships. 

Our experienced finance faculty have worked in the finance sector and are active in consulting and research. Their experiences and insights are available to you both in the classroom and as your major adviser.

The undergraduate program also offers tutoring for FINC 321.

Typical Finance Jobs

Credit analyst
Financial adviser
Commodity trader
Marketing specialist
Systems analyst
Loan officer

Association of Finance Professionals: $3,000

Awarded to a student majoring in finance with a GPA of 3.25 or higher and an interest in a career in treasury or the financial management field. Qualified applicants of junior standing will be invited to apply in the spring of their junior year. The scholarship is applied to the awarded student’s senior year.

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