The upcoming demand for finance professionals is large and growing. Every company has a finance department, making this a highly-marketable degree choice in terms of your future career.
The Gambet Center gives our students access to some of the most cutting-edge technology in the field. The Talen Energy Trading Room boasts a live-ticker, three big-screen TVs displaying the latest financial news, and computers loaded with professional, top-of-the-line trading simulation software. Your classes here will give you a real-world experience for what it's like to work on Wall Street.
As a finance major, you'll have an opportunity to take courses in banking, security analysis, risk management, taxation, and international finance. As a graduate, you'll be prepared to pursue a variety of careers including banking, financial management, financial planning, security analysis, and insurance.
Coming Fall 2016: Financial Planning Track
Students with a specialty in personal financial planning can choose a career within a full array of jobs. You can be a self-employed financial advisor, or work for various financial institutions such as:
The average salary for Personal Financial Planning jobs in PA is $66,000.
Bradley C. Barnhorst, CFA
Chair of Finance Major
Associate Professor of Business
(610) 282-1100 x1624
Want to major in two different areas of business?
No problem! Most of your major core courses will be completed your freshman and sophomore years, so you can work on your second major during your junior and senior years. That means you can complete two degrees in the traditional four year period.