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Academic Programs Office
Sage Hall, Suite 1608
(920) 424-0297

Office of the Dean
Sage Hall, Suite 2612
(920) 424-1444

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 7:45am–4:30pm


Career Opportunities

  • Corporate Finance: analyst, capital budgeting manager, financial planning manager, tax analyst, credit manager
  • Financial Institutions: bank loan/credit analyst, mortgage analyst, bank branch manager, trust officer, corporate lender, investment banker, financial risk manager
  • Investment: stock broker, financial planner, security analyst, portfolio manager, mutual fund manager, director of investor relations
  • Risk Management: life, health, property or casualty insurance agent, claims adjuster, insurance underwriter, risk manager/self insurance, employee benefits sales representative, insurance portfolio manager
  • Real Estate: commercial/residential real estate agent, property manager for a mall/industrial park, mortgage underwriter, mortgage analyst, urban planning

Finance Major Fact Sheet

Unsure of which major is right for you? Check out the major fact sheet for a quick glance on discovering the perfect fit.


Internships are professional experiences that students participate in to gain professional skills and experiences. Internships are structured as learning experiences that combine in-class theory with real-world applications.

Other Professional Certifications

Corporate Finance:
Certified Managerial Accountant
Certified Treasure Professional
Certified Public Accountant
Certified Internal Auditor


Chartered Financial AnalystCERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. Passing an exam administered by the National Association of Securities Dealers is normally a prerequisite for being licensed by the state. Before a broker-dealer or investment adviser can work with investors, they must pass the Series 6, 7 and 66 (or 63 and 65) exams.

Risk Management:
Chartered Life Underwriter
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter
Chartered Financial Consultant