The Bachelor of Science degree program in Finance is designed to prepare students for careers in: finance, both at the corporate and small business level; financial planning; stock brokerage firms; and financial institutions. The program focuses on providing the student with both practical and theoretical training in the field of finance.
Course offerings focus on skills and competencies that enhance students' knowledge of finance. The program provides a balanced array of course work in finance at the junior and senior levels. Students also have opportunities to pursue internships in various areas of finance. In addition, the general education requirements provide a well-rounded academic foundation.
Wilmington University students benefit from the training and experience of finance professionals who serve as faculty. The classroom atmosphere is conducive to information sharing, creative thinking, and the exploration of areas of personal interest.
In addition to achieving the Wilmington University undergraduate graduation competencies given in the Academic Information and Procedures section of this catalog, this program will provide students a comprehensive curriculum in financial studies (both domestic and international) that includes the theories, principles, and applications of modern financial management.
Students pursuing a degree in Finance are required by College of Business policy to attain a minimum grade of “C” for all “program core courses”. For the purpose of this policy, “program core courses” are all finance courses. These courses are designated by the prefix “FIN” and are identified by “*” in the Suggested Program Sequence section.
Please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.