What is finance?
Finance is the analysis and valuation of assets. These assets could be capital equipment and real estate holdings of a major manufacturer, stocks for an investment portfolio, or mortgage loans.
With an 18-credit concentration in finance, you will study the concepts and theories required to understand the big picture and the bottom line in corporate and small business settings.
Some of the more rewarding and challenging careers start with a background in finance. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' May 2016 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for Indiana, the mean annual wage for personal financial advisors is $104,710 and the mean annual wage for a financial analyst is $74,530, just to name a couple.