Exploring the world of business.
Choosing a degree in finance is primarily about managing money, both for individuals and organizations. With this passion for the business field, you’ll find Marian’s finance program provides you with a foundation in financial management that will prepare you for a variety of careers after graduation.
Marian’s finance program aims to develop leaders who are prepared to provide a positive impact for businesses across the nation. As a student in the program, you’ll explore and develop essential knowledge and skills in all aspects of business—including accounting, economics, finance, law, management, marketing and personnel.
As a student in the finance program, you’ll engage in courses as part of our liberal arts core and business core curriculum, as well as be able to select courses of special interest. Many Marian finance majors couple their degree with another business major or minor to become even more marketable. Other programs offered in the School of Business and Public Safety include accounting, business administration, health care administration, information technology, management, marketing and sport and recreation management.
As a finance major, you will have the opportunity to experience the challenge of working with community businesses through class projects and internships. Career opportunities are available in financial institutions, government, businesses and economic development agencies. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting an increase in the need for business professionals with bachelor’s degrees, graduates of the finance program gain practical experience and increased job opportunities.
The Marian Difference
At Marian University, you’ll be inspired by our focus on personalized support and quality practical experiences. You’ll find faculty who are experts in the business field, bringing with them decades of experience and a passion to serve others. As a finance graduate from Marian University, you’ll have the skills, knowledge and insight to be successful in the 21st century business world.