Finance Undergraduate Program
Finance students learn how to raise, invest, and manage capital in creative, productive, and responsible ways. We also offer the Advanced Financial Analysis (AFA) degree, an honors-level program that provides students with a deeper foundation in finance and accounting, supplemented by additional technical competence in financial modeling and coding as applied to finance problems. An AFA minor is also available.
A bachelor’s in Finance prepares students for careers in a variety of areas including venture capitalism, investment, and commercial banking. Graduates go on to work for companies such as Goldman Sachs, L3 Technologies, and Morgan Stanley.
This broad-ranged curriculum prepares students with a full range of intermediate and advanced business skills in the areas of investment, financial management, hedge funds, private equity, and more.
Ready to declare? Explore the admissions requirements for a degree in finance and make an appointment with your academic advisor to confirm your path to graduation.
Finance students learn how to value projects, companies, and securities. They also study how individuals and businesses efficiently allocate financial resources, invest, and raise capital. Finance majors may participate in a variety of experiential learning opportunities, including the Emerging Finance Professionals (EFP) program, Finance Career Conference, Student Investment Fund, Finance Club, UVF II, and Week on Wall Street. Ranking among the top 30 universities in the world of research, the Department of Finance is home to world-class faculty and programs, preparing students for what’s next in finance. Your Eccles Experience also includes the premier support of a dedicated academic advisor and career coach.
Department of Finance
The Department of Finance provides real-world opportunities balanced by worthwhile classroom experiences.