Banking

Make an investment in your future, and enjoy the returns of a rewarding career. Whether in an investment firm, credit union, securities firm, or elsewhere, a degree in Banking is an excellent way to build a career from your interest in the financial world.
 
 

If you want to succeed in the world of banking, a minor or concentration in Banking can equip you with the analytical tools and problem-solving skills you need.

With a Banking minor or a Banking concentration in the BSBA program at 鶹ý, you’ll have the resources and expertise of two schools behind you: 鶹ý’s School of Business and the Barret School of Banking, which is housed on the university’s campus. Barret’s faculty, including nationally known speakers, successful professionals, and leaders in the field, teach many of the program’s courses. They all bring their extensive firsthand experience in career paths right to you in the classroom. The minor is also an option for students who want to explore banking in addition to other fields.

What You’ll Study

The minor in Banking requires 18-19 credit hours, and the Banking concentration requires 15-16 credit hours. Courses in the program cover topics such as:

  • Money and banking
  • Capital markets and institutions
  • Commercial banking

Is Banking for You?

Students in Banking often share similar mindsets and ways of thinking. If you identify with some of the skills and interests on this list, a career in banking may be a good fit for you:

  • Analyzing data
  • Problem solving
  • Interest in banking
  • Evaluating and advising
  • Professional ethics

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