Business Administration/Banking and Finance (A2512A)

Banking and Finance is a concentration under the Business Administration program. This curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for careers with various financial institutions and related businesses.

Course work includes principles of banking, money and banking, lending fundamentals, banking and business law, finance, and mortgage lending. Also included are related subjects such as marketing, management, accounting, and economics.

Graduates should qualify for a variety of entry-level jobs in banking and finance. Also available are employment opportunities with insurance, brokerage and mortgage companies, and governmental lending agencies.

In addition to the degree program, Business Administration/Banking and Finance offers specialized certificates in topics such as Fundamentals of Banking and Bank Lending.

Classes are available in the classroom, online, and blended. To view course descriptions, please click here. BA/Banking and Finance courses have a course prefix of BAF.

For more information about the BA/Banking and Finance program, please contact:

Ms. Daisy Foxx, Program Coordinator
377J Cumberland Hall