What can I do with my FINANCE degree?
Employers of Finance Majors
- Banks & Other Financial Institutions
- Financial Planning Agencies
- Insurance Companies
- Real Estate Brokers or Agencies
- Government Agencies
- Corporations & Educational Institutions
Related Occupations for Finance Majors
Some of these occupations may require additional education at Graduate or Professional schools. For information on qualifications and career specifics consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook or other career resources. Also, take advantage of career counseling offered by the Center for Student Excellence.
|Bank Representative||Loan Officer|
|Banking||Marketing Securities Broker|
|Banking Analyst||Mortgage Analyst|
|Branch Manager||Mortgage Underwriter (CPCU)|
|Business Credit Administrator||OTC Market Maker|
|Cash Manager||Pension/Mutual Fund Administrator|
|Claims Adjuster||Portfolio Analyst|
|Claims Examiner||President (CEO)|
|Corporate Financial Management||Property Manager|
|Cost Manager||Real Estate Broker|
|Credit Counselor||Risk Management & Insurance|
|Director of Risk Management||Sales Analyst|
|Director/Investor Relations||Securities Analyst (CFA)|
|Financial Analyst||Treasurer V. P. of Finance (CFO)|
|Financial Planning & Management (CFP)||Trust Administrator|
|Government Official||Trust Analyst|
|International Trade Specialist||Underwriter (CLU)|
Preparing for a Job in Finance
- Develop good interpersonal skills
- Develop communication skills.
- Seek co-op or internship.
- Obtain position in sales, bank teller, or cashier, etc.
- For best positions, consider pursuing MBA (Master of Business Administration).
|Program Overview||Contact Information|
|Finance||Department of Marketing and Finance|
|College of Business|
|On Campus: Garrett Hall, Room 74|
|Links for Finance Majors|