Students working at a deskStudents interested in working for financial institutions (including banks, insurance companies, savings and loans and credit unions) or in the investments field should consider the Finance major. Finance deals with the raising, use, and investment of money or capital by individuals or businesses around the globe.

Required courses

  • Acctg 330 Intermediate Accounting
  • Fin 421 Financial Markets & Intermediation
  • Fin 425 [M] Intermediate Financial Mgt
  • Fin 427 [M] Investment Analysis

Three electives

  • 300 or 400 Level FIN Elective [GL]
  • 300 or 400 Level FIN Elective
  • 300 or 400 Level Business Elective

Admissible 300 or 400 level courses may not include courses from the Business Administration core, or the set of required Fin courses, or any 498 or 499 courses. EconS 301, or EconS 305 may also be used as electives.

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, students will have the knowledge to be able to:

Core Business Knowledge and Skills: Apply qualitative and quantitative business skills to solve business problems.

Global Perspective: Compare and contrast different economic systems and appreciate cultural differences and their impact on business practices.

Social/Environmental/Ethical Awareness: Evaluate a business ethical dilemma and propose a socially/environmentally acceptable solution considering the implications of multiple stakeholders.

Effective Communication: Organize and express themselves coherently, ably, and professionally.