Today’s financial landscape is ever-evolving. It’s global, it’s political, and it’s heavily regulated. As the world of banking, budgeting and building investment portfolios becomes more complex, the need for strong, ethical financial managers in the public and private sector will continue to grow.
If you enjoy problem solving, analytical and critical thinking, earning a Bachelor of Business in Financial Management will challenge and equip you to engage in these efforts.
As a financial management student, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of productive learning experiences, such as managing a student-run investment fund valued at over $1,000,000, attending career-focused experiential short trips, obtaining an internship or participating in one of the many student-run entrepreneurial businesses. The financial management program can help you develop your problem-solving, teamwork, and marketplace skills, providing a springboard into dynamic career opportunities.
Clubs and Activities
- Student Managed Investment Fund
Earn class credit by managing part of ACU’s endowment in an investment fund currently valued at over $1,000,000.
- Meet the Firm Night
Meet with public accounting firms prior to graduation in order to network for internships and jobs.
- Venture Out
As a business student, one of your first projects will be an exciting team-based business simulation where you will learn firsthand the ins and outs of bringing a product to market.
- Griggs Center for Entrepreneurship
Explore startups, large tech companies and Silicon Valley Bank in this annual trip to Silicon Valley.
- Financial Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Money Manager
- Commercial Banker
- Investment Analyst
- Personal Financial Advisor
- Budget Analyst