Majoring in Finance involves studying the management of large amounts of money. You’ll learn how to make financial decisions for organizations via planning, raising funds, making investments and controlling costs. How can a pension fund be optimized? How is the impact of certain tax codes measured? What should be factored in when sourcing materials? You’ll gain knowledge and skills that are important for any business or organization as you take 72 credit hours towards a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
You’ll also keep it real beyond the classroom by doing internships, performing complete financial analyses of major corporations and even making decisions about Concordia’s student investment fund. Because we design our finance program to be responsive to the exact needs of the marketplace, it will be a relevant major if you’re considering a career as a stockbroker, investment banker, securities analyst, credit manager or other financial specialist.