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A degree in finance can prepare a student to work in a corporate or nonprofit finance department, enter a management-training program, pursue a career in the financial services industry, or be part of a start-up or entrepreneurial venture. Women with finance degrees are prepared to specialize in financial practice or look for applications across the organization because understanding the financial structure and demands of a company is a broad-based skill. In the course of their studies, students in finance learn how to evaluate the organization's financial needs, including cash flow, return on uses of cash, short- and long-term asset management, and issues of growth and capital structure. Few would deny the need for knowledgeable, dedicated and ethical finance participants in our global money world and a broad range of career options exist.
Required Elective Courses
Students may select any of the following for additional depth in the Finance major but they do not substitute for the required finance electives: