A degree in Finance provides training and specialization in all aspects of raising and allocating financial capital. Finance is a specialty that deals with the allocation of resources on the corporate, institutional, and personal levels. Financial management encompasses the sources and uses of funds in all sectors of the economy. This program gives students perspectives on decision‐making problems in business, computer–based financial analysis, the institutional and legal structures of corporate finance and financial institutions, and the application of theoretical models. Students are educated on several traditional finance fields, such as Corporate Finance, Investments, and Financial Services.
- Financial analyst
- Certified Financial Planner
- Loan officer
- Account representative
Investment Management and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Corporate Financial Management (FCFM), Banking & Financial Institutions Management (FBFI), Financial Accounting (FFAC), and Certified Financial Planner (CFP)