Finance is the study of financial markets and the way these markets ultimately affect organizational stability and profitability. Topics covered throughout the finance program include commercial bank real estate and corporate lending, determining interest rates, calculating cash flows, determining asset and organizational values, risk analysis, financial statement analysis, financial asset valuation, and the government regulations effecting corporations and their potential impact on profitability.
Why Study Finance at Campbell University?
- World-class facilities including the new First Citizens Wealth Management Center, expected to launch in Fall 2015, which will simulate an investment firm environment and wealth management platform
- Access to the latest tools and data used by business leaders, commercial banks, and financial advisors worldwide, including the American Bankers Association Bank Exec computer simulation program, which simulates the activities of a mid-sized commercial bank through exercises in asset/liability management, gap analysis, accounting and taxes, marketing and resource allocation, forecasting, pricing bank services, policy formation and analysis, and much more.
- Lundy-Fetterman’s existing relationship and reputation with the business and banking community
What Jobs are Available to Finance Graduates?
A Finance degree prepares students for a variety of jobs requiring critical thinking and analysis, including careers in:
- Commercial banking
- Investment banking
- Trust banking
- Financial planning and advising
- Corporate finance
- Brokerage services
- Real estate development
- Credit/financial/budget analysis
- Actuarial science
What Classes Do Finance Majors Take?View Finance Major Curriculum
Can a Student Minor in Finance?
Students can choose to minor in Finance. Minoring in Finance is feasible since many of Campbell’s degrees permit a number of open electives. The required courses for a minor in Finance are:
- FIN 350: Capital Budgeting
- FIN 437: Commercial Banking
- FIN 439: Investment and Security Analysis
- FIN 440: Portfolio Management
- FIN 450: Financial Cases
- FIN 436: Real Estate Finance or FIN 438: Commercial Lending and Credit Analysis