Kamm Hall, Room 128
- Financial analyst
- Risk manager
- Stock broker
- Commodity trader
- Corporate accountant
- Financial officer
- Loan counselor
You'll learn to examine the sources and uses of funds within an organization, as well as to calculate returns and risks associated with capital budgeting.
Well respected in the business community, a BW degree in finance is a marketable career choice. You'll learn from professors whose backgrounds include decades of corporate and government agency experience both national and international in scope.
At BW, real-world initiatives are key. You can intern at renowned corporations and leading government agencies in Cleveland and nationwide. You'll also gain skills and valuable networking contacts through our Business Advisory Council, Tax Clinic and programs offered through BW's new Center for Innovation and Growth.
Small classes ranging from 15-20 students mean you won't be lost in the crowd. Whether it's participating in group discussions, community or corporate partnership programs, or professional student organizations, you'll interact with BW faculty and business leaders focusing on today's relevant issues.
Half of BW's business students pursue graduate work toward an M.B.A. or J.D. within five years of graduation. Finance majors find career success in a variety of areas:
Offered as a major and minor