Why choose the Finance program?
What do students have to say about the undergraduate Finance program?
Listen to a UWF student talk about the finance major in this brief video.
"The Accounting and Finance programs are difficult and challenging, but students really learn and are prepared for the workforce. Most students are forced to work together with a group, or a friend. This causes give and take, and the opportunity to understand the subject more proficiently."
What careers have Finance students pursued?
|Real Estate Broker||Insurance Agent|
|Treasurer||Commercial Loan Manager|
|Mortgage Banker||Credit Manager|
Who hires our Finance graduates?
There are many companies, in Northwest Florida and outside of the local area, that have hired our Finance graduates. Here is a sample list of employers:
|Brand Mortgage Group||Kimberly-Clark|
What will you learn in the program?
The Finance undergraduate degree program prepares students for professional careers in areas such as corporate financial management, financial institutions management, investments, and financial planning. The program also provides the foundation to pursue the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or the Certified Financial Planner (CFP). View the Academic Learning Compact (PDF) to see the Student Learning Outcomes for the Finance undergraduate degree program organized under five domains: Content, Critical Thinking, Communication, Integrity / Values, and Project Management.
What are the program requirements?
In addition to the general University requirements, students seeking a B.S.B.A. in Finance must also meet the requirements listed for the degree program in the UWF Course Catalog. Finance majors must take ENC 3250 to comply with AACSB International accreditation standards.
Whom should I contact for more information?
If you would like more information on the Finance undergraduate degree program, or would like to schedule an appointment to speak with an advisor in the Department of Accounting and Finance, please feel free to contact us by e-mail, or by phone (850.474.2717). Please visit the B.S.B.A in Finance web page to view the current degree plan.