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wittenberg's program in finance prepares students to graduate with strong skills and experiences in accounting, statistics, research methods and management.

what can students do with a career in finance?

studying finance is critical to all business majors. decisions across organizational functions utilize financial principles such as cost-benefit analysis, budgeting and forecasting, and resource allocation. students also make personal financial decisions throughout their lives regarding loans and investments.

common finance-related job titles

  • banking
  • chief financial officer
  • financial planner
  • insurance
  • international finance
  • investment banking
  • mutual fund analyst
  • portfolio manager

places where recent wittenberg finance graduates are working

  • express
  • jp morgan chase
  • morgan stanley
  • nationwide
  • pepsi
  • speedway

finance major requirements

  • acct 225m: financial accounting (4 credits)
  • acct 226: managerial accounting (4 credits)
  • busn 210q: business statistics (4 credits)
  • busn 212: business research methods (4 credits)
  • busn 330: financial management (4 credits)
  • busn 340: marketing management (4 credits)
  • busn 365s: managing effective organizations (4 credits)
  • busn 430 investment analysis (4 credits)
  • BUSN 460W: Strategic Planning & Policy (4 credits)
  • econ 190s: principles of economics (4 credits)
  • approved internship relevant to finance or busn 381 (0-4 credits)
  • why you mock interview program
  • plus two electives from
    • acct 325 - intermediate accounting i
    • econ 300 - econometrics
    • math 131 or math 201 or math 327w
    • ECON 330 - International Trade & finance
    • econ 340 - public finance
  • plus one elective from any acct, busn, or econ
  • total credits: 52-56

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