Bachelor's Degree in Finance in North America

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A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

A Bachelor’s degree of Finance covers a range of subjects that include economics, mathematics, finance and statistics. This allows students to understand subjects such as international trade and finance, financial modelling or financial management. Graduates will possess a broad understanding of financial systems and financial institutions.

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Bachelor in Financial Enterprise Systems

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Tampa

Financial enterprise systems (FES) is a challenging program involving the application of enterprise system concepts to analyze the business process needs of organizations, with emphasis on the [+]

Bachelor in Financial Enterprise Systems

NEW MAJOR AND MINOR

Begins Fall 2013

Financial enterprise systems (FES) is a challenging program involving the application of enterprise system concepts to analyze the business process needs of organizations, with emphasis on the finance industry. Today, the cross-functional nature of business processes requires a holistic view of the modern organization. The integration of finance, accounting and other important business functions is analyzed in this major. Demand for professionals knowledgeable in enterprise information systems, business technology and finance is expected to rise given the evolving nature of leading organizations worldwide.... [-]


Bachelor in Administration and Finance

Universidad Panamericana Campus Guadalajara
Campus Full time July 2017 Mexico Guadalajara

Finance: the art and science of generating wealth. Financier = exceeds expectations, provokes development, and guarantees permanence. [+]

Finance: the art and science of generating wealth. Financier = exceeds expectations, provokes development, and guarantees permanence. PERFIL DE INGRESO Create your own business (creativtiy and management), live financial markets (analysis), develop international consortia (negotiation), maximize the potential of your own business (leadership and character). PERFIL DE EGRESO Understand the global economic enviroment and take advantage of the opportunities it offers to create sustainable wealth in the long term. Generate comprehenive strategies for the generation of value in a company. Diagnose the financial status of organizations. Efficiently handle cutting-edge financial models for complex investment portfolios. Maximize the value of an organization. Face any situation with a sense of ethics and a spirit of service. CAMPO LABORAL International corporations or offices, generation of new business, stock market brokerages, financial or market consultancy, bank management. [-]

Bachelor in Mathematics

University of Louisiana Monroe
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Monroe

Mathematics is the language of the sciences. The Mathematics Program is committed to providing outstanding mathematics education to all of ULM’s students. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. Bachelor in Mathematics Mathematics is the language of the sciences. The Mathematics Program is committed to providing outstanding mathematics education to all of ULM’s students. Building from a solid foundation of dedicated faculty, the program provides a top quality mathematics curriculum incorporating contemporary educational technology as well as innovative teaching strategies. Along with the essential quantitative skills, all levels of the curriculum will develop logical reasoning and problem solving skills. About Mathematics... The mission of the Department of Mathematics and Physics is committed to providing outstanding mathematics and science education to all of ULM's students. Building from a solid foundation of dedicated faculty, the department provides a top quality mathematics and science curriculum incorporating contemporary educational technology as well as innovative teaching strategies. Along with the essential quantitative skills, all levels of the curriculum will develop logical reasoning and problem solving skills. What you can do with this degree: Actuarial Science, Biostatistics, Numerical Computing, Operations Research, careers requiring critical thinking skills ranging from business to the medical sciences What careers have our graduates pursued? Education, Nuclear Engineer Officer, Researcher, Statistician Our graduates have gone on to work at U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, CenturyLink, J.P. Morgan Chase, St. Francis Medical Center, U.S. Air Force Where have our students gone on to graduate school? University of Maryland- Mathematics and Finance, Florida State University-Mathematical Biology, University of North Carolina-Statistics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette-Applied Mathematics, Louisiana Institute of Technology-Mathematics, Texas A&M University-Mathematics Check out some of our learning opportunities: Majors have research opportunities through the Emerging Scholars program. Take advantage of online learning. Math 093 Introductory Algebra, Math 111 College Algebra, Math 112 Trigonometry, Math 116 Elementary Statistics and Math 118 Nature of Mathematics are all available online. Get involved beyond the classroom: Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME-Mathematics National Honor Society) Where are our faculty's interests? Dr. Youssef Dib, Biomathematics and Population Modeling in Difference Equations, Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations; Dr. David Hare, Statistics; Dr. Faisal Kaleem, Complex Analysis; Dr. Mariette Maroun, Boundary Value Problems in Differential Equations and Time Scale; Dr. Brent Strunk, Commutative Algebra; Dr. Christine Cumming-Strunk, Mathematics, Commutative Algebra with emphasis on Rees algebras, residual intersections, reductions of ideals, the core of ideals, canonical modules, and multigrades modules Our graduates A Bachelor of Sciences in Mathematics transcends careers fields ranging from business to the medical sciences. Our mathematics graduates find career opportunities in the fields of biostatistics, operations research, actuarial science, and numerical computing. Mathematics graduates with concentration in Mathematics Education is in high demand from school districts, local and afar, with a wide range of salary. Due to the fact that there is such high demand for qualified math and science teachers, usually the salary is a much higher range than other disciplines. Undergraduate Program NOTE: This information is provided as a reference only and is subject to change. Always verify all curriculum information with your faculty advisor or the dean's office. All Mathematics majors are required to take Calculus I (MATH 1031), Calculus II (MATH 1032), Applied Linear Algebra (MATH 2002), Calculus III (MATH 2032), Foundations of Mathematics (MATH 2040), Modern Algebra (MATH 3086), 2 additional course numbered 3000 and above, and 2 additional 4000 level courses. For those interested Mathematics with a concentration in Mathematics Education (Grades 6-12), majors must take the courses specifically listed above, Elementary Functions (MATH 1013), Elementary Mathematical Statistics (MATH 3003), College Geometry (MATH 3007), and one hour of mathematics elective. Students may also choose to minor in Mathematics, a program that requires 20 hours of Mathematics coursework, or pursue a major or minor in Mathematics Education. ULM Common Core Curriculum Foundation Courses It is imperative that undergraduate students entering ULM are provided with a strong academic foundation upon which to build their future college careers. Ultimately, this structure, which follows many national trends, brings a much needed breadth and commonality to the ULM academic experience and makes it easier for students to transfer between majors. I UNIVERSITY SEMINAR - UNIV 1001 (1 hour) II. ENGLISH COMPOSITION - 6 hours ENGL 1001 - Composition I ENGL 1002 - Composition II ENGL 1010 - Honors Composition * *Participants in the ULM Honors Program will take ENGL 1010 in place of ENGL 1002. These students are not required to enroll in ENGL 1001. III. MATHEMATICS - 6 hours MATH 1009 - Applied Algebra for College Students MATH 1011 - College Algebra MATH 1012 - Trigonometry MATH 1013 - Elementary Functions MATH 1014 - Applied Calculus MATH 1016 - Elementary Statistics MATH 1018 - Contemporary Mathematics MATH 1031 - Calculus I MATH 1032 - Calculus II MATH 2002 - Applied Linear Algebra Students may not receive credit in both MATH 1009 and MATH 1011. Students may not use both MATH 1011 and MATH 1013 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. Students may not use both MATH 1012 and MATH 1013 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. Students may not use both MATH 1014 and MATH 1031 to satisfy the mathematics core requirement. IV. NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCES - 9 hours *Six hours must be from a single subject area of biological or physical science. Three hours must be from the other area (i.e., both physical and biological sciences must be taken). Students may receive credit toward degree in only one of PHYS 1001, PHYS 2003, PHYS 2007 and PSCI 1001. Also, students may not receive credit toward degree in both GEOS 1001 and GEOL 1001. PHYSICAL SCIENCES Atmospheric Sciences ATMS 1001 - Introduction to the Atmosphere ATMS 1002 - Introduction to Severe Weather ATMS 1006 - Introduction to Climate Change Chemistry CHEM 1001 - Introductory Chemistry I CHEM 1002 - Introductory Chemistry II CHEM 1007 - General Chemistry I CHEM 1008 - General Chemistry II CHEM 1050 - Integrated Chemistry for Education Majors Geology GEOL 1001 - Physical Geology GEOL 1002 - Historical Geology GEOL 1010 - The Age of Dinosaurs GEOL 2006 - Engineering Geology Geosciences GEOS 1001 - Earth Science GEOS 1002 - Natural Disasters and Hazards GEOS 1050 - Integrated Geosciences for Education Majors GEOS 2001 - Environmental Science GEOS 2080 - Oceanography Physics PHYS 1001 - The Physics of Everyday Phenomena I PHYS 1002 - The Physics of Everyday Phenomena II PHYS 1015 - The Physics of Superheroes PHYS 1050 - Integrated Physics for Education Majors PHYS 2001 - Descriptive Astronomy PHYS 2003 - General Physics I PHYS 2004 - General Physics II PHYS 2007 - University Physics I PHYS 2008 - University Physics II BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biology BIOL 1001 - The Living World BIOL 1010 - Human Biology BIOL 1014 - Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 1015 - Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 1020 - Principles of Biology I BIOL 1022 - Principles of Biology II BIOL 1050 - Integrated Biology for Education Majors V. HUMANITIES - 9 hours At least 3 hours must be a Literature course in the discipline of English. Acceptable Literature courses are identified in the list below with an asterisk(*). English *ENGL 2001 - British Literature I *ENGL 2002 - British Literature II *ENGL 2003 - World Literature I *ENGL 2004 - World Literature II *ENGL 2005 - American Literature I *ENGL 2006 - American Literature II *ENGL 2007 - Honors English *ENGL 2016 - African-American Literature *ENGL 2017 - The African-American Experience in Literature *ENGL 2019 - Honors English *ENGL 2052 - Special Topic of Gender *ENGL 2053 - Special Topic of Nature And Science *ENGL 2054 - Special Topic of Native Peoples *ENGL 2055 - Special Topic of Immigrants and Emigrants *ENGL 2056 - Special Topic of Society and Culture *ENGL 2057 - Special Topic of Politics and Economics *ENGL 2058 - Special Topic of Child and Adolescent Arabic ARAB 1001 - Elementary Arabic I ARAB 1002 - Elementary Arabic II ARAB 1003 - Study Abroad ARAB 2001 - Intermediate Arabic I ARAB 2002 - Intermediate Arabic II Chinese CHIN 1001 - Elementary Chinese CHIN 1002 - Elementary Chinese Communication COMM 1001 - Fundamentals of Communication COMM 1002 - Voice and Diction COMM 1010 - Honors Communication Studies COMM 1018 - Interpersonal Communication COMM 2001 - Public Speaking COMM 2060 - Small Group Communication French FRNH 1001 - Elementary French I FRNH 1002 - Elementary French II FRNH 1003 - French Study Abroad FRNH 1005 - Elementary French I and II FRNH 2001 - Intermediate French I FRNH 2002 - Intermediate French II German GRMN 1001 - Elementary German I GRMN 1002 - Elementary German II GRMN 1003 - Elementary Conversation GRMN 1005 - Elementary German I and II GRMN 2001 - Intermediate German I GRMN 2002 - Intermediate German II GRMN 2005 - Intermediate German I and II History HIST 1010 - Honors History HIST 1011 - World Civilization I HIST 1012 - World Civilization II HIST 2001 - United States History I HIST 2002 - United States History II HIST 2009 - Honors History HIST 2019 - Honors History Humanities HUMN 2001 - Exploration in the Humanities Italian ITAL 1005 - Elementary Conversational Italian ITAL 1006 - Elementary Conversational Italian Japanese JAPN 1001 - Elementary Japanese I JAPN 1002 - Elementary Japanese II Latin LATN 1001 - Elementary Latin I LATN 1002 - Elementary Latin II LATN 1005 - Elementary Latin LATN 2001 - Intermediate Latin I LATN 2002 - Intermediate Latin II LATN 2003 - Classical Studies Portuguese PORT 1001 - Elementary Portuguese I PORT 1002 - Elementary Portuguese II Spanish SPAN 1001 - Elementary Spanish I SPAN 1002 - Elementary Spanish II SPAN 1003 - Study Abroad SPAN 1004 - Spanish for Professions SPAN 1005 - Elementary Spanish I and II SPAN 2001 - Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 2002 - Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 2005 - Intermediate Spanish I and II VI. FINE ARTS - 3 hours Students must take one 3 hour fine arts course to fulfill this requirement. Art ART 1001 - Basic Design ART 1003 - Drawing ART 1009 - Art Appreciation ART 2000 - Analytical Perspective ART 2001 - Survey of Art I ART 2002 - Survey of Art II ART 2003 - Handbuilding Ceramics ART 2004 - Wheel Throwing Ceramics ART 2041 - General Crafts ART 2042 - Arts and Crafts Arts ARTS 1010 - Honors Arts Dance DANC 3001 - Theory and Application of Dance Music MUSC 1001 - Fundamentals of Music Theory MUSC 1091 - Enjoyment of Music MUSC 1092 - Enjoyment of Jazz Theatre THEA 1091 - Enjoying Theatre THEA 2021 - Beginning Acting VII. SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES - 6 hours Students must take at least three hours of social/behavioral sciences at the 2000 level or above. These courses are indicated with an asterisk(*) in the list below. Economics ECON 1003 Contemporary Economic Issues *ECON 2001 - Macroeconomic Principles *ECON 2002 - Microeconomic Principles Geography GEOG 1001 - Regional Geography GEOG 1002 - Regional Geography GEOG 1003 - Systematic Geography *GEOG 2003 - Louisiana *GEOG 2013 - Physical Geography *GEOG 2015 - Cartography Gerontology *GERO 2026 - Perspectives on Aging Political Science *POLS 1001 - Introduction to Political Science *POLS 2001 - American National Government *POLS 2002 - State and Local Government *POLS 2003 - American Government *POLS 2010 - Honors Political Science Psychology *PSYC 2001 - Introduction to Psychology *PSYC 2003 - Child Psychology *PSYC 2005 - Adolescent Psychology *PSYC 2078 - Developmental Psychology Sociology SOCL 1001 - Introduction to Sociology SOCL 1002 - Introduction to Sociology: International Perspective *SOCL 2003 - Social Problems *SOCL 2026 - Perspectives on Aging *SOCL 2033 - Forensics The course pairings below are cross-listed courses and cannot be used together. ANTG 1011 and GEOG 1011 ANTG 2001 and GEOG 2001 ANTS 2033 and SOCL 2033 GERO 2026 and SOCL 2026 Core Curriculum Guidelines The student’s work in a major or minor may count toward meeting the University Core. Transfer students can apply equivalent hours earned at other universities to meet ULM core requirements (equivalency to be determined by the appropriate department head and the Board of Regents’ Statewide Student Transfer Guide and General Education Articulation Matrix). All freshman students are required to take the University Seminar for one credit hour (the course will not count toward any degree program and will be nontransferable). In the absence of a compelling reason, degree programs should refrain from defining or limiting student choices within the menu of prescribed general education courses. Core Curriculum Abbreviations Used in Degree Plans or Programs of Study Some degree plans specified that certain courses must be taken from within a menu of the sets of courses in the core curriculum. For those that did so, first the specific course will be listed in the degree plan, followed by the appropriate abbreviation which indicates which requirement is being fulfilled by the specified required core curriculum course. For example, if MATH 1013 and MATH 1031 must be taken by Computer Science majors, then the requirement will be listed as “MATH 1013cm, MATH 1031cm”. The core curriculum abbreviations which have been used are as follows: ce Core English Composition ch Core Humanities cf Core Fine Arts cm Core Mathematics cnp Core Natural/Physical Science cs Core Social Science [-]

Bachelor in Finance

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

Typically outgoing, inquisitive and possessing high mathematical aptitudes, finance majors bring a unique set of skills to the business arena. [+]

Bold and astute business leaders are in demand in today's complex and volatile economy. The College of Business at ORU combines a cutting-edge business education with a biblical worldview. Typically outgoing, inquisitive and possessing high mathematical aptitudes, finance majors bring a unique set of skills to the business arena. The finance program at ORU prepares students for entry into the areas of personal or corporate finance. Through a combination of foundational business courses and specialized financial studies, students learn the principles and application of financial analysis, strategy and management. Students majoring in finance are encouraged to enroll in the five-year professional MBA program. Outcomes With a degree in finance you can look forward to the following careers or career fields: - Consultant - Long-range planner - Bond broker - Financial analyst - Investment banker/broker - Venture capitalist - General management - Corporate finance portfolio management - Retail financial services What Do You Have To Look Forward To? Working in dynamic financial markets Opportunities to network with successful alumni Dynamic professors Entering a field that allows you to go anywhere in the world [-]

Bachelor in Finance

Michigan Technological University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Houghton

You love money. Hey, who doesn’t? But your love for money stems from seeing an initial investment grow through the smart use of financial strategies. Whether stocks or bonds, portfolios or [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. You love money. Hey, who doesn’t? But your love for money stems from seeing an initial investment grow through the smart use of financial strategies. Whether stocks or bonds, portfolios or cash flow, you can’t wait to monitor the results and reap the rewards. As a finance major at Michigan Tech, you can try your hand at real-world investing through our Applied Portfolio Management Program. Here you’ll manage over $1.5 million in real money—our team has taken the top award at the RISE International Investment Challenge three times in nine years and has opened the New York Stock Exchange. That’s one crazy résumé builder. What You Need to Know About This Program - Get involved with the Applied Portfolio Management Program and have access to one of only two Bloomberg Terminals in the Upper Peninsula. You’ll monitor and analyze real-time financial market data movements, place trades, and get the latest news and price quotes. - The School of Business and Economics is accredited by the AACSB—a distinction representing the top 15 percent of undergraduate business programs in the world. - You’ll be prepared in business innovation, development, and entrepreneurship through our distinctive and innovative curriculum. - Join the Finance Club and help your fellow students. You'll host events like FinanceU, which aims to help students make informed financial decisions, and "Broke and Hungry", which helps students learn about transitioning from college life to getting that first job and the importance of saving for retirement. - Hone your leadership skills and flex your financial muscle by joining business student organizations, honor societies, or campus student organizations. - Free help is at your fingertips: the newly renovated Sam B. Tidwell Student Center provides tutoring support in accounting, economics, and statistics. - Our recent graduates have enjoyed a 90 percent placement rate into their field of interest—with companies known regionally and internationally—or into top graduate schools across the country. [-]

Bachelor in Finance (BS)

University of Bridgeport
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Bridgeport

The Bachelor of Science in Finance provides an integrated view of the theoretical and practical aspects of finance for those who are preparing for careers in financial management, financial institutions, financial markets, law, government service, and related fields. [+]

The Bachelor of Science in Finance provides an integrated view of the theoretical and practical aspects of finance for those who are preparing for careers in financial management, financial institutions, financial markets, law, government service, and related fields. Essential skills in problem-solving are developed with emphasis on wealth maximization. Financial problems are viewed from both their micro-financial and macro-financial aspects. The Finance major includes the subject areas of corporate financial management, banking, and investments. The Bachelor’s Degree in Finance program provides an integrated view of the theoretical and practical aspects of Finance for those who are preparing for careers in financial management, financial institutions, financial markets, law, government service, and related fields. Essential skills in problem-solving are developed with emphasis on wealth maximization. Financial problems are viewed from both their micro-financial and macro-financial aspects. Learning Outcomes Learn financial concepts that provide the basis for careers in finance Develop the technical and analytical skills necessary for financial analysis Learn how to effectively communicate financial information Understand the role of finance in an organization’s pursuit of its goals Overall Program Requirements: 120 Credits General Education Requirements: 42 credits Accounting Program Requirements: 60 credits Accounting Electives: 6 credits Free Electives: 12 credits [-]

Bachelor of Business

University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA La Crosse

Welcome to the UW-La Crosse College of Business Administration. We are proud to provide students with a solid educational foundation for a career in business. Our commitment to quality and student success is demonstrated through the accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. Welcome to the UW-La Crosse College of Business Administration. We are proud to provide students with a solid educational foundation for a career in business. Our commitment to quality and student success is demonstrated through the accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. We are the only business school in the Southwestern Wisconsin to hold this prestigious accreditation. Business Majors Accountancy Economics Finance Finance-Risk, Insurance & Financial Planning Concentration Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Business Minors A minor is not required for business majors. Many students elect to complete a minor to complement their major or to pursue other courses of interest either within the College of Business Administration or in other colleges. Accountancy Business Administration - (non-CBA majors ​, only​ ) Economics International Business Information Systems Health Information Systems Management (HISM) ​ Sustainable Business [-]

Bachelor in Finance (BSBA)

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Warrensburg

Students receiving a BSBA in Finance are given a broad-based knowledge of finance which they may supplement by focusing on a particular area through choice of electives in finance. Electives include topics in international finance, derivative securities, bank management, and insurance among others... [+]

Bachelor in Finance (BSBA) A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a functional major in finance prepares students for dynamic careers in a variety of finance positions. The finance field consists of three basic areas - Investments, Business (Corporate) Finance, Banking and Related Institutions. Students receiving a BSBA in Finance are given a broad-based knowledge of finance which they may supplement by focusing on a particular area through choice of electives in finance. Electives include topics in international finance, derivative securities, bank management, and insurance among others. This creates a number of career options, or choices for advanced education for undergraduates. In addition to rigorous training in finance, the BSBA requirements provide an overview of all business areas. Students are required to complete courses in accounting, computer information systems, management and marketing. This extensive training, along with the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies's prestigious accreditation by AACSB-International, ensure students are well-prepared for a rewarding career in finance and business. About the Faculty Finance classes at UCM are instructed by highly qualified faculty members with a diverse set of training and work experiences. These faculty members are actively engaged in academic research, serve as professional consultants, and are involved in numerous professional organizations. These activities, along with the accrediting standards set by the AACSB-International, guarantee students that faculty members possess cutting edge finance knowledge. Finance faculty members are committed to personalized attention for each finance major. Student Involvement Students pursuing a finance degree have access to a variety of campus organizations and events. The Department of Economics, Finance, and Marketing sponsors the Student Finance Association (SFA), which regularly sponsors on-campus speakers in finance and off-campus trips to agencies such as the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and the Kansas City Board of Trade. The SFA also sponsors a student chapter of the Financial Management Association International which allows qualified students to join the highly regarded Financial Management Association National Honor Society. In addition to on-campus activities, students are encouraged to complete an internship in finance in order to gain greater practical skills and insight during the completion of the undergraduate degree. Special Facilities The department's offices are housed in the Dockery Building. Classrooms, however, are located in the state-of-the-art Ward Edwards Building, which includes a large computer lab, group computer rooms, group and individual study rooms, student organization offices, and common areas for students. Classrooms are equipped with up-to-date computer hardware and software. In addition to the standard classrooms, the department maintains a statistics classroom in which each student workstation is equipped with a notebook computer, allowing for hands-on learning of the procedures available in statistical software packages. Further, students majoring in finance must complete projects utilizing extensive financial databases such as the Center for Research in Securities Prices (CRSP) stock price database and the Standard and Poor's Research Insight database of corporations'; financial statements. Placement Students in finance remain in high demand by employers. Graduates with a BSBA in Finance from UCM have obtained employment in financial planning, insurance, banking, corporate finance, and investment services in locations such as Kansas City, St. Louis, New York City and Chicago. Employers have ranged in size from multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 companies to single-owner entrepreneurships. UCM's Office of Career Services assists students in finding employment by maintaining contacts with a variety of employers. Students are encouraged to register with Career Services early. [-]

Finance

International University Alliance
Campus September 2017 USA Boston

A finance degree familiarizes you with the institutions, theory, and practice involved in the allocation of financial resources within the private and public sectors. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. Finance Degree A finance degree familiarizes you with the institutions, theory, and practice involved in the allocation of financial resources within the private and public sectors. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. In addition, the program offers elective work in real estate and risk management and insurance. The degree also prepares you for graduate studies in business, law and public administration. If Wall Street is your goal, the Sterne Agee brokerage firm has funded The Student Investment Program, an interactive program that allows a team of students to manage a $50,000 investment portfolio for which Sterne Agee and the Harbert College of Business share equally in the gains. The College also maintains a state of the art TIGER (Trading, Investing & Global Economic Research) Trading Lab that recreates a professional trading environment and allows you to get hands-on training in securities trading, financial modeling, and valuation. The lab also features a Bloomberg terminal, which gives you access to one of the most extensive databases of information available in the financial world. What to Expect Freshman Year: In your freshman year, you’ll take courses drawn primarily from the university core curriculum. These courses promote the development of key skills and prepare you for the rigorous training in your major. In addition, you’ll be exposed to Business Analytics, Macro and Micro Economics, and introduced to the principles of Accounting. Make sure you pay a visit to the Office of Professional and Career Development since it’s never too early to prepare yourself for the job market. Sophomore Year: In your sophomore year, you'll finish taking courses drawn primarily from the university core curriculum. By the end of this year, you should be prepared to begin focusing on Finance major course work. You should also be working with the Office of Professional and Career Development to hone your professional skills that will help you get the job. Junior Year: In your junior year, you’ll begin to focus on the major course work for your major and think about an area of concentration within the major that best suits your talents and goals. Take a look at the clubs and organizations that the college has to offer as these may open the door to scholarships and internships, and don’t forget the opportunities for international travel and study abroad. Senior Year: In your senior year, with a variety of electives from which to choose, you’ll focus on an area of concentration within the major that best suits your talents and goals. And you’ll begin the job interview process. With a finance degree, you’ll be in the best position to find a job directly upon graduation or to pursue a graduate degree. [-]

Finance

Auburn Global
Campus Full time 4 years May 2017 USA Auburn

The objective of the finance curriculum is to develop the specialized finance knowledge, techniques, and skills necessary for successful placement in finance related positions. [+]

The objective of the finance curriculum is to develop the specialized finance knowledge, techniques, and skills necessary for successful placement in finance related positions. The program encompasses the major areas of finance including corporate finance, financial institutions and markets, and investments. In addition, the program offers elective work in the subareas of real estate and risk management and insurance. The program will allow students the opportunity to develop not only the specialized knowledge of finance, but also the professional presentation and use of such knowledge through oral and written communication. Students enrolled in the finance program also complete the College of Business core curriculum designed to provide the broader understanding of the entire business organization including accounting, economics, management and marketing. College of Business pre-requisites are strictly enforced. Junior standing and compliance with College of Business academic standards are required for all 3000 and above level courses. [-]

Bachelor in Finance

Marian University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Indianapolis

Where do Marian finance graduates start their post-Marian careers? Some graduates in recent graduating classes began their post-Marian experiences with recognisable organizations. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. Bachelor in Finance Employment Outlook Where do Marian finance graduates start their post-Marian careers? Some graduates in recent graduating classes began their post-Marian experiences with these recognizable organizations: AIT Laboratories ALDI Defense Finance and Accounting Service FedEx Indiana University Law School - Indianapolis Eli Lilly Knowledge + Experience = Success The Clark H. Byrum School of Business offers a finance curriculum that includes a mix of classroom instruction and experiential learning. Some of the courses include: Corporate Finance International Finance Financial Institutions Investments Money and Banking Personal Finance Real Estate Risk and Insurance Cases in Accounting and Finance Requirements Major for the Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) in Finance 39 hours from our experiential business core plus 33 hours in Accounting and Finance including: FIN 111 Personal Finance ACC 250 Intro to Financial and Managerial Accounting MIS 320 Business Decision Support Systems FIN 311 Advanced Managerial Finance FIN 360 Investments FIN 411 International Finance FIN 455 Cases in Accounting and Finance Two Electives From the Courses Below: FIN 350 Money and Banking FIN 356 Principles of Real Estate FIN 357 Principles of Risk and Insurance FIN 420 Financial Institutions ACC 430 Tax Accounting [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Slippery Rock University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Slippery Rock

The Accounting program prepares you for success in the challenging and rewarding field of accounting. The integrated curriculum focuses on developing your accounting skills and knowledge while enhancing your communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills as well as technological proficiency. [+]

The Accounting program prepares you for success in the challenging and rewarding field of accounting. The integrated curriculum focuses on developing your accounting skills and knowledge while enhancing your communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills as well as technological proficiency. WHY CHOOSE ACCOUNTING? As an accounting student, you'll be introduced to a variety of software programs used by accounting professionals that provide realistic application of practices and procedures in an environment that simulates the workplace. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? At SRU, the Accounting program emphasizes learning through research and practical application as you prepare for professional certification exams and careers in public accounting, government, and private industry. You'll further your professional growth through participation in the Student Accounting Society and internship programs thorough the School of Business. CAREERS IN ACCOUNTING Accounting graduates are prepared for the following career opportunities: Auditing Forensic Accounting Private Accounting Public Accounting / CPA Tax Accounting CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Alpha Kappa Psi Finance & Economics Club Student Accounting Society (SAS) [-]

Bachelor Degree in Economics & Finance

Black Hills State University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Spearfish Rapid City + 1 more

A degree in Economics and Finance will give you the tools necessary for solving problems associated with asset valuation and investment decisions. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. Bachelor Degree in Economics & Finance Specialize in Economics & Finance Get your business degree from BHSU Are you looking for a career in economics and finance? Black Hills State University has combined those fields together with a new major - Business Administration with a Specialization in Economics and Finance. Many of the challenges facing the nation and world today are either partially or wholly economic in nature. As such, the curriculum of the Economics and Finance major covers major social, political, and economic issues. Whether your goal is investments, consulting, or the corporate setting, a degree in Economics and Finance will give you the tools necessary for solving problems associated with asset valuation and investment decisions. Economics & Finance 4 Year Plan BHSU Business Administration with an Economics & Finance Specialization: 4-YEAR PLAN A minor is NOT required with a Business major. The Required Core and Specialization Credits are highly recommended to be taken as listed. This will allow you to fulfill your General Education Requirements for the University and progress through the Business Program efficiently. FRESHMAN YEAR Fall Semester ACCT 210 Principles of Accounting I (pre-req for ACCT-211) ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics (gen ed) MIS 105 Introduction to Computers (pre-req for MIS 205 & BADM 320) Spring Semester ACCT 211 Principles of Accounting II (pre-req for ACCT 310, 430 & BADM 310) ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (gen ed) MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics (gen ed; pre-req for BADM 320, 321, & 425 ) MIS 205 Advanced Computer Applications (pre-req for ACCT 361) SOPHOMORE YEAR Fall Semester BADM 310 Business Finance (pre-req for BADM 411, 413 & 482) BADM 321 Business Statistics II Spring Semester Choose 1: BADM 280 Personal Finance** or ECON 330 Money & Banking** or BADM 411 Investments ** BADM 321 Quantitative Decisions Analysis BADM 344 Managerial Communications JUNIOR YEAR Fall Semester BADM 413 Advanced Corporate Finance* BADM 350 Legal Environment of Business (pre-req for BADM 482) ECON 300/400 Elective - 2 MIS 325 Management Information Systems Spring Semester Choose 1: BADM 280 Personal Finance** or ECON 330 Money & Banking** or BADM 411 Investments ** BADM 360 Organization & Management (pre-req for BADM 482) BADM 407 International Business ECON 300/400 Elective SENIOR YEAR Fall Semester BADM 370 Marketing (pre-req for BADM 482) BADM 457 Business Ethics ECON 300/400 Elective Spring Semester BADM 425 Production & Operations Management BADM 482 Business Policy & Strategy ECON 300/400 Elective Electives - 6 credits Key: *Fall Only Classes ** Spring Only Classes Career possibilities in Economics and Finance What can I do with Economics and Finance? A degree in Economics and Finance opens up many exciting and possibly lucrative career opportunities. Here are some examples of careers you may establish with a degree in Economics and Finance. Bank Management Loan Officer Bank Examiner Commodities/Stock Broker Economic Forecaster Credit Accounting Coordinator Securities Analyst Pension Funds Administrator Portfolio Administrator Commercial Credit Analyst [-]

Bachelor Risk Management & Insurance

Ohio Northern University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Columbus

With this program, you’ll receive a solid foundation in all aspects of risk management – from loss and protection, to insurance regulation, to underwriting and claims adjusting. Professionals with these skills are in demand across a variety of industries. [+]

NAVIGATE THE FUTURE With this program, you’ll receive a solid foundation in all aspects of risk management – from loss and protection, to insurance regulation, to underwriting and claims adjusting. Professionals with these skills are in demand across a variety of industries. Networking is key in business, and it’s key here. With our small class sizes, you’ll get to know your professors, and they will get to know you. In fact, you’ll be assigned a faculty advisor who will mentor you from day one until graduation. You’ll also interact with and learn from business leaders, entrepreneurs and ONU alumni who’ve forged amazing careers in many different industries. Your risk management and insurance education will blend rigorous coursework with real-world learning. You’ll work with actual companies to solve problems using risk assessment and mitigation strategies and tactics, including the use of a very important tool: insurance. You’ll engage in an internship that provides on-the-job training. You’ll hone skills in leadership, teamwork, creativity and entrepreneurship. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready for whatever the future holds, including jobs in fields such as risk management, insurance and insurance brokerage. OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS EXECUTIVE CLASSROOM Imagine traveling to a big city and meeting with senior executives from top companies – as an undergraduate student! The Executive Classroom is a special course that focuses on leadership and ethics. The course’s cornerstone is a trip to a major metropolitan area for intense days of meetings, networking and cultural activities. Past classes have traveled to Chicago and visited the Chicago Bears, JP Morgan Chase, AT&T, Deloitte, On Target Performance Group, Harbor Capital Advisors and Cook County Hospital. INTERNSHIPS Your internship gives you a chance to work in the field and build your résumé. We set you up with an internship that matches your interests and career aspirations. While many students intern in Ohio, others choose to complete an internship in another state or even internationally. Most internships are paid, and many result in offers of full-time employment upon graduation. THINK SUCCESS MICHELLE SEISLOVE BSBA WITH A MAJOR IN MARKETING MINOR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’13 INSURANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY AN INDUSTRY THAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT GETTING INTO WHEN THEY ARE PLANNING THEIR PROFESSIONAL FUTURES. ONCE YOU ARE IN, THE POSSIBILITIES ARE TRULY ENDLESS. WHETHER YOU WORK FOR AN AGENCY OR A COMPANY, THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. FROM TECHNOLOGY, MARKETING AND ACCOUNTING, TO UNDERWRITING AND CLAIMS, EVERYONE CAN FIND THEIR PERFECT FIT. I CAN HONESTLY SAY THAT WORKING FOR AN INSURANCE COMPANY IS FUN, AND I LOOK FORWARD TO GOING TO WORK EVERY DAY. Michelle Seislove graduated from ONU in 2013 with a BSBA with a major in marketing and a minor in entrepreneurship. While at ONU, she served as president of ONU’s American Marketing Association chapter and was active in the Student Investment Club. Today, she is a customer connections specialist for Ohio Mutual Insurance in Bucyrus, Ohio. She is responsible for the promotion and implementation of 360access, an online policyholder service used to manage insurance accounts. The risk management major wasn’t an option when she attended ONU. But as a recent graduate who works in the insurance industry, she sees the value of this degree in the marketplace. OUTCOMES AND COURSES SOLID OUTCOMES 100 percent placement rate for risk management students in internships. ONU students land coveted spots at companies like Ohio Mutual, Nationwide Insurance and AFLAC. Our students consistently score in the 90th percentile on the Education Testing Services business exams. COURSES You’ll need 120 credit hours to earn a BSBA with a major in risk management and insurance. This includes 24 credit hours of electives useful for customizing your program or adding a minor that will make you more attractive to potential employers. As a risk management and insurance major, business foundation courses will be complemented by: Life and Health Insurance Fundamentals Property and Liability Insurance Fundamentals Management Decision-Making Human Resource Management Compensation Management [-]

BSBA with Emphasis in Financial Services

Lander University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Greenwood

The Financial Services program is built with insights gained from respected industry professionals, subject matter professors, and representative industry groups. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in North America 2017. The mission of the School of Management is to prepare undergraduate business students for successful careers through a personalized, hands-on learning experience and positively impact the knowledge base of business and the economic health of the region through professional and scholarly activity. The School of Management is accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting body for business schools in the world. As an AACSB accredited school, we emphasize Innovation, Engagement, and Impact. Students gain a broad business knowledge in accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing as well as specialized knowledge in one of four emphasis areas: accounting; financial services; healthcare management; or management/marketing. The Financial Services program is built with insights gained from respected industry professionals, subject matter professors, and representative industry groups. Elective courses in the Financial Services emphasis include Markets, Institutions and Banking, Financial Statement Analysis, Investments, and other advanced finance subjects designed to prepare students for careers in banking and other professional business careers. Students regularly participate in career development opportunities with the state bankers association and national financial management seminars. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES Lander University business students will: Build solid communication skills Learn to work well in teams Demonstrate high ethics Develop strong problem solving skills COLLEGE FACILITIES INCLUDE classrooms with state-of-the-art technology computer labs for student use classrooms with excellent workspace faculty offices immediately adjacent to classrooms lobby designed for student team work projects THE LANDER UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT BOASTS exceptionally qualified faculty the personal touch, where faculty are available to students excellent curriculum in Financial Services outstanding, recognized internship program opportunities to experience the financial world through conferences and workshops CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO THE BUSINESS PROGRAM Continuing Students Students must have successfully completed 45 semester hours of coursework Students must have earned a minimum 2.5 GPSA Students must have earned a grade of C or better in basic accounting, economics, statistics, and business communication classes. Students must successfully complete proficiency assessments in writing, mathematics, and computer applications. Transfer Students Undergraduate transfer students must meet the requirements listed for continuing students. In computing the GPA for purposes of admission to the School of Management, work transferred from previous schools and work at Lander University are included. Courses are transferrable if they meet these standards: A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course Upper level business courses must be taken at AACSB accredited schools or approved by the School of Management. Course descriptions must closely match Lander University School of Management courses. Retention Requirement for Business Students To remain in the program, a student must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher. [-]