Financial Services - Financial Management
Program Goals Statement
The Business Administration career program emphasizes various organizational functions, critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills that students need to compete in today’s global business environment. This concentration assists students to prepare for a career in Financial Management. All business programs share many common courses, so students can switch easily between concentrations.
- Transfer credits for any course in the Business Administration Department (ACC, BNK, BUS, LSM, MAN, MAR and RMN) must be approved by the Business Administration Department Chairperson.
- The faculty have years of practical experience that makes your education relevant to the workplace.
- Students should take any required developmental courses in their first semester.
- Next, they should take ACC 101, BUS 111, and ENG 101 to position themselves for proper course sequence in following semesters.
- BUS 253 should be taken in spring, second year.
- Graduates work as mutual fund customer service representatives and broker assistants, loan service representatives, insurance representatives, credit and collection associates, and junior financial analysts.
- The career program is designed for students who plan to enter the workforce immediately after graduation.
Infused General Education Competencies
Ethical Dimensions, Multicultural Perspective