The Finance degree is a great option for students who want to continue their work in a local bank or credit union and move into management positions and want the opportunity to advance. Our unique program focuses on specialized banking for industries in our area and beyond including agriculture, healthcare, finance, insurance, and real estate. These specialty courses are taught by experts in these fields, ensuring that students learn practical applications for the information they are being taught.
This program is available online.
As a Finance major, some of the topics you will study include:
- Investment Management
- Risk Management and Insurance
- Business and Consumer Lending
- Contemporary Issues in Banking and Finance
- Intermediate Accounting
- Individual Income Tax
- Corporate Taxation
- Applied Economics for Managers
- Money and Banking
Graduates will be prepared to work in the following financial areas:
- Small and mid-sized banks
- Branches of larger banks
- Credit unions
- Other financial institutions
Interested in a business major? Learn more from Mr. Bob Tillman, former President and CEO or Lowe’s and namesake of the Robert L. Tillman School of Business.