Gain foundational knowledge about the three key areas of finance — corporate finance, financial institutions and investments — in the University of Central Missouri’s Finance minor program. If you’re pursuing an undergraduate major — such as Marketing, Aviation Management or Risk Management and Insurance — and would benefit from a deeper understanding of financial analysis, this minor is particularly relevant for you.
Experienced faculty mentors
UCM’s courses for the minor in Finance will be taught by faculty members who are as dedicated to your success outside the classroom as inside it. In addition to getting their focused attention on class assignments, they’ll be there to mentor you and guide your learning in experiential opportunities, such as the Student Managed Investment Fund and the Student Finance Association.
AACSB-accredited degree in Finance
17:1 program student-to-faculty ratio
Access to Bloomberg workstations
Experience managing real money
Supplement the knowledge you’re building in your major area of study with a minor in Finance at the University of Central Missouri. You’ll gain a basic understanding of the principles of finance, as well as improve your skills in financial analysis, security analysis, corporate finance and financial institutions.
Core courses you may take for the Finance minor include:
You can also further specialize your minor by choosing electives that focus on subjects such as bank management, insurance and investment portfolio administration.
The University of Central Missouri offers many ways for you to be an active learner as part of your minor in Finance, including:
Good financial planning is an integral building block to a successful business venture. That’s why adding a Finance minor to almost any undergraduate major at the University of Central Missouri can enhance your understanding of that field. Furthermore, it sets you up for future success in roles within industries that range from marketing and engineering to economics and actuarial science.
Students in our Finance programs have found employment with organizations such as American Century Investments, Commerce Trust Company and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Careers with a UCM Finance minor
Use the interactive tool below to learn more about job possibilities in finance, projected career growth and even details about salary expectations.
The University of Central Missouri works with you to make sure that your education is affordable and within reach. It’s why LendEDU recognizes UCM as a top-ranked university for low student debt.
We offer a wide range of options to help you finance your education, including:
UCM also offers some scholarships for specific majors and degrees. You can learn more about program-specific scholarships with the UCM Scholarship Finder.
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