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Finance (BBA)

Invest in your future

Industries of all types need a go-to financial person. Someone who is attentive, goal-oriented, and trustworthy. They also must be familiar with money management, negotiations, and assets of their company. If this peaks your interests, you’ve come to the right place.

We know you like numbers and data. Now’s the time to put your skills to the test. Organize and analyze financial data with statistical models and data analysis tools. Familiarize yourself with financial concepts and use them for hypothetical financing and investment decision making. Identify the complexity of business operations within a global environment.

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Gain equity in experience

Become acquainted with technology that supports approaches to analyze business issues. Explain the operations of key investment concepts and techniques, as well as the operations of financial markets, institutions, and interactions.

Demonstrate effective, compelling, and logical communications within the business environment. Adhere to finance language (net income, liabilities, collateral, and credit score), since it will become a part of your daily use.

Thirsty for more? You can pair your finance major with other tech-focused programs. Or, free your mind with our clubs: Finance, Investments and Real Estate Club (FIRE), and our Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Business Club.

Lead the way in any industry

Those in finance typically end up in government, non-profit, or business sectors. Despite the type of field, you’ll incorporate the principles of ethics and social responsibility in business decision-making into your work, enabling you to become a leader.  

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the BBA degree in Finance, students will:

  • Be able to demonstrate effective, compelling, and logical oral communication in business environments
  • Be able to demonstrate effective, logical writing in business communications
  • Be able to utilize quantitative, technology-supported approaches to analyze business issues
  • Be able to work and communicate as a team to research and analyze external and internal factors to make informed business decisions
  • Be able to integrate the principles of ethics and social responsibility in business decision-making
  • Be able to identify the complexity of business operations in a global environment
  • Be able to organize and analyze financial data with statistical models and data analysis tools
  • Be able to explain corporate finance concepts and use them for financing and investment decision-making
  • Be able to explain key investment concepts and techniques and use them to evaluate a variety of investment strategies
  • Be able to explain the operations of key financial markets and institutions and the interactions between the two entities

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