Finance Major - Bachelor of Science
What will I study?
The finance program at Northwestern College supplies students with a fundamental knowledge of business disciplines in addition to the analytical skills and conceptual framework in order to excel in finance in the workplace. Every personal and corporate business has a need to manage its funds wisely and efficiently, thus finance has become one of the fastest growing fields.
Northwestern College finance students become well-equipped with concepts, applications, and analytical tools that are fundamental for proper decision-making. Finance is also considered good preparation for graduate study in law or business.
What makes Northwestern College a great place to study finance?
Finance Major – Bachelor of Science
The finance major is designed to train undergraduate students to understand and utilize the concepts of business finance currently active in today's corporate and investment communities. Examples of these are risk analysis, taxation, corporate and personal financial planning, investments, cost accounting and financial analysis. The purpose of the program is to prepare the student to perform in either personal or corporate finance. The degree is granted upon completion of 137 credits (40 credits must be in 3000- or 4000-level courses.)
Note: WCE = Written Communication Emphasis; OCE = Oral Communication Emphasis. See the catalog for explanation and prerequisites.
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What can I do with this major?