Finance is a broad discipline, covering topics that affect individuals, organizations and society. Careers in the financial realm require strong mathematical, computer and communication skills. At Saint Joseph’s University, finance majors learn how individuals, businesses and governments raise money, select investments and manage resources, while gaining an innovative understanding of global financial markets.
Our finance programs are flexible, allowing you to develop a curriculum tailored to your specific interests. As a finance major, you’ll be able to take courses from across the finance curriculum, learning how fundamental financial decision-making tools are used in a variety of applications. This provides you with a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of financial management, preparing you for job opportunities in a wide-range of enterprises.
Recently, Bloomberg for Education has recognized the Erivan K. Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University as an Experiential Learning Partner (ELP).