Business Administration: Finance
Using your business knowledge to analyze, invest, insure, and more.
If that’s your goal, a degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance is the start. Students looking for a career in banking, investing, real estate and more are trained by experienced faculty through the finance emphasis at Tennessee Wesleyan.
Housed in the Goodfriend School of the Business, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance provides exposure to broad areas in finance, focusing on skills needed to work in industries such as banking, insurance, investments, real estate, and more.
Finance professionals are in high demand and needed at every organization. Students
with a degree in finance can be seen in careers like:
•Real Estate Agent
Degrees within the Goodfriend School of Business, including the finance emphasis,
provide numerous opportunities to connect with seasoned business professionals, faculty
members, and business partners who take a direct interest in the development of our
Hands-on experiences include the Game Forum, Bulldog Investment Club, tour of the New York Stock Exchange, and more.
The Bulldog Investment Club (BIC) is a student-led research and investment club. Investments recommended by the students use real money donated by alumni that have an interest in educating students about investing. The BIC is open to all students regardless of class year or major. The fund currently manages around $100,000.
The MBA 4+1 is an early MBA admissions program. Qualifying seniors can enroll in MBA courses while completing their undergraduate degree. MBA courses can count toward full-time status and scholarship eligibility.