The language of business.
In today’s volatile marketplace, people and organizations — from start-ups to nonprofits to large corporations — rely on professionals to help them manage their finances and investments wisely.
In this program, you will learn how to develop business and personal financial strategies that are both ethical and effective. You will gain experience through hands-on programs that simulate real business situations. These programs include the on-campus student trading room – where you will invest real money, manage funded portfolios and practice using the latest trade technologies.
Our learning environment encourages our students is to focus on their major study, but also engaging in several hands-on learning opportunities that enable students to learn business by doing business.
This program could be a good fit if you:
- Enjoy working with numbers
- Are an analytical thinker
- Have excellent communication skills (verbal and interpersonal)
- Are inquisitive by nature
- Like to solve problems
With this degree, you may become a:
- Bank manager
- Chief financial officer
- Credit analyst
- Investment banker
- Financial analyst
- Commercial loan officer
- Portfolio manager
- Sector research analyst
Management Information Systems, B.S.