Everything in the business world rests on great finance. In the University of Central Missouri’s Finance BSBA program, you’ll learn what it takes to make a company successful in one of the field’s three main areas:
Dedicated faculty mentors
You’ll earn your UCM degree in Finance from experienced faculty members who are invested in your education and future career. In addition to working with you in the classroom, they’re also accessible to you through interactive learning experiences such as the Student Managed Investment Fund, Student Finance Association, Integrative Business Experience and other hands-on learning opportunities.
With faculty guidance and through practical learning activities, UCM’s major in Finance will prepare you to excel in jobs that require a finance degree, so you can help lead an organization to fiscal success.
AACSB-accredited degree in Finance
17:1 program student-to-faculty ratio
Access to Bloomberg workstations
Experience managing real money
As an undergraduate student in the Finance bachelor’s degree program at the University of Central Missouri, you’ll take core classes that give you an understanding of the fundamentals of business and how financial analysis plays an integral part in it. Those classes may include:
You’ll also get the chance to add specialized elective courses to your Finance BSBA to focus your undergraduate studies in a particular area of interest. Electives range in topics from international finance to the insurance industry.
By the time you graduate with your bachelor’s degree in Finance from UCM, you’ll have the analytical and conceptual skills needed to be an effective contributor at your future organization.
The University of Central Missouri provides you with a number of ways to be an active participant in your bachelor’s degree in Finance education:
As a major in Finance at the University of Central Missouri, you’ll be earning an affordable, high-powered undergraduate degree that starts working for you while you’re still in school. Through contacts you’ll make with faculty and other industry professionals, you’ll be poised to learn about available jobs with a finance degree in fields such as:
Students who have graduated with a Finance bachelor’s degree from UCM have found work at organizations such as Commerce Trust Company, American Century Investments and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Careers and jobs with a finance degree
With the interactive tool below, discover what you can do after graduation with your bachelor’s degree in Finance. Explore salary estimates, career growth projections and the potential for jobs with a finance degree.
The University of Central Missouri provides a number of ways to help you finance your education. This means you can focus on earning your bachelor’s degree in Finance and not on student debt. Work with our advisors to find out which of the following types of financial aid works best for your situation:
UCM’s Alumni Foundation also sets aside scholarships for certain majors and degrees. As a major in Finance, you may be eligible for the following additional financial aid:
You can learn more about program-specific scholarships with the UCM Scholarship Finder.