B.S., Business Administration
Insurance and Financial Services
The option in Insurance and Financial Services is specifically designed to prepare students for a career in the areas of the financial services industry–investments, insurance, securities and personal financial planning. Because many firms in the financial services industry are engaged in all of these areas, the option covers theoretical and practical knowledge of the various …
The study of Finance consists of three interrelated areas: Capital markets, which deals with securities markets and financial intermediaries; Investments, which concerns the decisions of individual and business investors; and Financial Management, which focuses on the actual management of firms. The major in Finance emphasizes both theoretical and practical approaches to these areas. As part …
Minor in Finance
The Finance Minor allows non-finance majors the opportunity to pursue secondary interests in finance. The Finance minor is impacted. Students must have completed at least 60 units and have a transcript GPA of 2.6 or higher to add this minor.