The breadth of knowledge instilled in Saint Joseph’s University's finance graduates is vast. We ensure you understand the financial function in business and the management of assets and liabilities.
What is a Finance B.B.A.?
Saint Joseph's University's Department of Finance offers a curriculum rooted in financial theory and practice, updated frequently to reflect the rapid changes in technology and world economic conditions. You will develop excellent critical-thinking and problem-solving skills in preparation for careers as financial decision makers. You will study stock trading, economics, financial analysis and more, developing the skills necessary to pursue a successful career in finance.
What Can You Do with a Finance B.B.A.?
A Bachelor's of Business Administration in Finance from Saint Joseph's University will prepare you for a career in financial management, investment brokerage, insurance, real estate and more. It also provides appropriate preparation for students who wish to pursue graduate work in finance or other areas of business. Students graduating with a Finance B.B.A. have gone on to pursue careers as:
- Investment bankers
- Financial analysts
- Loan officers
- Stock brokers
- Insurance underwriters
- Budget analysts
- Venture capitalists
- Financial advisors
- Real estate agents
- Commodities traders
How will Saint Joseph’s University Enhance Your Career in Finance?
You will have access to many resources at Saint Joseph’s University to enhance your curriculum, including the Wall Street Trading Room located in Mandeville Hall. This room provides access to electronic sources of financial and investment data, analytical tools and trading simulations. Classes held in the trading room allow you to work more effectively, with hands-on learning and enhancements to curriculum. The trading simulations provide for real-life experiences, and the continuous access to financial data and software creates an integrated learning environment.
Continue Your Education in Finance
Saint Joseph's offers a variety of graduate options to help undergraduates further develop their skills in finance after graduation to help guide and advance their careers, including a M.S. in Finance, MBA and Executive MBA.