Bachelor's Degree in Business Management: Finance

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Become an asset to companies as you develop effective financial strategies.

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Total Program Credits:
180 Credits

Transfer Credits:
Transfer in up to 75% of the program
*Prior learning and work experience may count toward program credit

Program Length:
12 quarters full time
36 months with year-round classes

Employment Rate:
100% for 2012 - 2013
*Employment rate is for the Bachelor's degree programs in Business Administration/Business Management

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Get the Skill Set Employers Demand With an Emphasis in Finance

There is a high demand for those with up-to-date financial skills. Graduates of Broadview University’s business management program with an emphasis in finance have the skill set that employers are looking for and are able to take advantage of career opportunities in:

  • Banking
  • Accounting
  • Tax preparation
  • Mortgage origination
  • Investing 

If you are interested in any of these fields, consider enrolling in our comprehensive business management program at Broadview. Students begin by taking classes to build a foundation of core business skills, followed by courses that are more concentrated in finance. Emphasis classes include:

  • Derivatives
  • Finance
  • Investments
  • Investment portfolios
  • Payroll accounting 

Graduates of the Broadview University business management program with a finance emphasis have the ability to prepare and present business plans, solve problems with strategic skills, develop and implement financial strategies as well as analyze and execute investment strategies.

Curriculum Designed for Better Capabilities

We take a hands-on approach to learning. Our courses are guided by faculty members who have extensive experience in the financial industry. When you enroll at Broadview University, you can be confident that you are receiving a superior education. You’ll take courses that not only teach the theories of finance but also translate those theories into practical applications in today’s economy. Graduates are prepared to work in the private or public sector, as well as nonprofit organizations.

Career Advancement

Students are also building their professional network as they attend classes. Mentors and instructors often know about internships and other job opportunities before they are ever advertised. Our career services department also offers ongoing assistance.

Flexible Classes to Achieve Life Balance

At Broadview University, we understand that students are being pulled in more directions than ever before. This is why we offer flexible class scheduling options. Students are able to choose from a wide variety of required courses taught online or on our conveniently located campus. Classes are also offered in the morning, afternoon and evening to fit even the most hectic work and family schedules. With this kind of flexibility, many students are able to attend classes full-time, year-round and earn their degree in just three years. Students are also able to transfer credits from other higher education facilities to expedite graduation. Certain work experience may also qualify for course credit.

Invest in Your Future

Enroll at Broadview University and get the skill set you need to qualify for more rewarding jobs in the finance industry. Contact our admissions office online or at 1-877-480-3335 today.

Finance

This course presents theory and practices of finance. Students examine structure of companies and analyze effects of various long-term and short-term financing options.

 

Investments

This course introduces principles of investing, including motivation, evaluation of an investment and descriptions of various types of investments. Students analyze strategies employed by investment professionals, learning how to use those strategies on both personal and professional levels.

 

Derivatives

This course focuses on the nature and functions of derivative instruments, including forwards, futures, options, and swaps, with values based on equities, commodities, and other underlying assets. The course emphasizes their use as tools for risk reduction, portfolio management, and speculation.

Here are a few examples of companies that have employed our graduates:

Business Management Bachelor's Graduates July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013

  • Electronic Funds Source (EFS)
  • Aerospace Engineering and Support