Finance Major (FIN)
|Program Coordinator: Dr. Chiaku Chukwuogor|
|The Bachelor of Science degree in Finance provides students with preparation to enter the financial services sector, work in a corporate setting, and enroll in graduate school. With a broad foundation in the liberal arts, the Finance major includes related courses in business and economics and core and elective courses in finance and economics. Courses include Business Finance, Financial Institutions and Markets, Money and Banking, Investment Analysis, Real Estate Finance, Bank Management, Financial Management, Personal Financial Planning, International Financial Management, Financial Derivatives, Management of Business Information and Business Law, and Business Ethics. The finance major is designed to develop students’ intellectual skills for problem solving, communication, critical thinking, technical and quantitative analysis, understanding of ethical issues and knowledge of principles, theories, and regulations in Finance.|
|Requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Finance include completion of all University LAC requirements as well the required business, finance and economic course requirements and electives.|
Additional Program Information
|Admission to the Finance Program:
Students can apply for admission to the Finance major at anytime.
A Finance major whose cumulative GPA falls below 2.5 for two consecutive semesters will be dismissed from the program.
The Department of Business Administration extends a warm welcome to transfer students from within Connecticut, from other states, and from other countries. Check with one of our finance faculty advisors on all transfer questions related to this major. Students must take 24 credits of courses for the Finance major at Eastern.
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