The Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance is a 4-year undergraduate curriculum that prepares students for careers in industry, public accounting, government, and non-profit organizations, as well as for advanced study. The goal of the Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance is to provide students with a foundation in business with a particular emphasis in finance. The use of problem analysis, critical thinking, communication skills, and technological skills is emphasized to analyze ambiguous situations and provide relevant business alternatives.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance can pursue a wide range of activities including auditing, accounting, financial planning, budgeting, and management consulting.
Arabic Heritage requirements (6 credits)
Mathematics Requirements (6 credits)- Choose two courses
Science Requirements (8 credits)- Choose two courses
Social Science Requirements (9 credits)
Core Requirements (39 Credits)
Major Requirements (30 Credits)
Major Electives (9 Credits)- Choose three courses
Professional Elective Options (9 Credits)
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance must complete a minimum of 9 elective credits. Elective credits can be earned via any courses offered at or above the 100 level. (Choose 3 courses) Each of the following courses bear 3 credit units: