Finance Majors


Program Highlights

Finance Major

Students who complete a degree in Finance will be able to analyze financial statements, calculate the value of stocks, bonds, options and futures, apply various capital budgeting investment methods, quantify interest rate risk of bond portfolios and evaluate factors affecting interest rates. Finance students are strongly encouraged to pursue the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) professional designation and/or one of the many designations in the insurance and banking industries.

Performance Learning

Performance Learning initiatives include interning for corporations, financial institutions or investment firms and hands-on management of the Tabor Investment Portfolio for at least one semester each.

Career Opportunities

Finance graduates obtain employment as financial analysts, investment managers, commercial lending officers and insurance underwriters.

$55,138 Average starting salary for graduates

*National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2018

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