The BSBA in Finance prepares students for dynamic careers in a variety of finance positions. The Finance field consists of three areas - Investments, Corporate (business) Finance, and Banking and Financial Institutions. You will graduate with an extensive knowledge of Finance, which you can supplement by focusing on a particular area through choice of electives in Finance, including:
When you receive your AACSB accredited bachelor’s degree, you will be prepared for many careers in finance, including corporate finance, security analysis, financial analysis and personal financial planning. Our graduates work in variety of positions including:
Our 17:1 student-to-faculty ratio means you’ll receive the personalized attention you deserve. You’ll learn from experienced faculty members who are nationally recognized scholars. They are dedicated to mentoring you and doing all they can to help you succeed.
What is the Student Managed Investment Fund?
The Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) is a student-led investment fund that provides you with real-world hands-on
experience in security analysis and portfolio management. The SMIF provides participants:
History of the SMIF
In late 2013, the UCM Foundation approved $500,000 for a new Student Managed Investment
Fund. This is one of the most
significant investments which the Foundation has made toward any single program, and demonstrates the Foundation’s commitment to creating greater learning opportunities for UCM students.
Under actively managed supervision, UCM students have produced significant results, as the total value of the SMIF about $850,000 as of Fall 2019.
You’ll have access to the Forbes Financial Center, our state-of-the-art digital technology facility featuring 12 Bloomberg professional service terminals.
Our programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business so you know you’re earning a degree that counts in the real world.
You’ll have many opportunities to get involved and gain valuable experience through clubs and organizations, including the Student Finance Association and the Financial Management Association student chapter.