Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, offers a bachelor’s degree program in finance. The program lasts for four years and accepts students to begin in the fall, spring and summer terms. Credentialed by the CFA Institute, the program prepares students to take the institute’s exam for financial advisor certification. All students in the program have a chance to participate in the IMPACT program, giving them an opportunity to gain real-world money management experience by overseeing a real investment fund. To earn the degree, students must take general education classes plus the following major courses: Business Finance, Portfolio Management, Investments, Financial Institutions, Fixed Income Securities, Financial Innovations, and Financial Management.
Florida International University in West Miami, Florida, United States, offers a Bachelor of Business Administration program in Finance. The university admits students for the fall, spring, and summer terms, and most students complete all the degree requirements within four years. To complete the program, students must complete 120 credits, some of which consist of general education requirements. Students also take core finance courses, including Intermediate Finance, Commercial Bank Management, Securities Analysis, International Financial Management or International Banking, and Financial Risk Management-Financial Engineering. Students must submit a secondary school transcript and SAT or ACT scores when applying for the program.
Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, United States, offers a Bachelor of Business Administration program in Finance. A total of 120 earned credits is needed to complete the program, and most students can finish the requirements within four years. All students complete general education and core finance courses that include Corporate Finance,
Valuation and Financial Modeling, Investments, Mergers and Acquisitions, Entertainment Finance, and Entrepreneurial Finance. Finance elective courses are also required for the major. Students can apply for admission for the fall or spring terms. American students must submit SAT or ACT scores for admissions consideration. This requirement is waived for international students.
Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, United States, offers a Bachelor of Science program in Business Administration with an emphasis on finance. The program typically lasts for four years and requires students to earn 120 credits. In addition to general education classes, students take finance electives and the following core finance courses: Financial Accounting; Management Accounting; LAS Perspective 3 (global): Principles of Microeconomics;
Principles of Macroeconomics; Computer-based Analysis; and Information Systems & Technology. All students have access to the school’s Business Analytics Lab to gain experience using finance software. Students can begin their studies in the fall or spring terms.
Towson University in Towson, Massachusetts, United States, offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree program in Investments accredited by the Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The program admits students in the fall, spring and summer terms and requires 120 credit hours. Most students can finish all of the degree requirements within four years. These requirements include general education courses, business elective courses, and a series of core courses that include Principles of Financial Accounting, Microeconomics Principles, Macroeconomics Principles, Problem Solving for Business, Legal Environment of Business, and Statistics for Business and Economics. Students are given the opportunity to participate in internships to gain real-world work experience in investing.