Picturing a career in finance might have you thinking of people dashing across the New York Stock Exchange trading floor. That's one exciting career option, but a finance degree offers much more. You can be a chief financial officer for a business or nonprofit organization. You can be a stock analyst, investment portfolio manager or financial planner helping people achieve their goals. You can be a finance director for a city. You can work in the insurance or banking industries or gain financial expertise for entrepreneurship.
Earning a finance degree is learning how to make sound financial decisions: Which investments have potential for the highest return? How much do you invest? How do you obtain funds for investing? You'll learn how to analyze financial decisions through our challenging courses and by our experienced professors teaching you how to master sophisticated resources in the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center. That's where you will use the same cutting-edge technology used on Wall Street.
Quinnipiac offers a bachelor of science in finance, a minor in finance, a combined program to earn a bachelor of science in finance and master of business administration and a chartered financial analyst track for graduate students. The School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
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