The finance major at Susquehanna is about more than crunching numbers in a classroom. Here, you’ll get the practical experience that will help you begin a rewarding career in financial management with manufacturing and service organizations, or with financial intermediaries such as banks, insurance companies, brokerages and investment advisory firms.
You can also prepare for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) exam by taking an optional track that gives you in-depth understanding of key areas on the exam.
Use Susquehanna’s state-of-the-art investment research lab to gain real-world experience. Interested in making money and a difference? Susquehanna University Student Investment Program (SUSIP) focuses on investing in companies that create sustainable long-term shareholder value that embraces environmental and social concerns. And it’s open to all finance majors. Opportunities like these simply aren’t common for undergraduates at other universities. We also have 12 Bloomberg Terminals on campus for students to use.
At Susquehanna, your courses will include work in:
- Corporate Financial Management
- Investment analysis
- Financial Statement Analysis
- International Finance
- Equity Analysis and Valuation
- Portfolio Management
- Financial Modeling and Fixed Income Analysis
An active network of Susquehanna alumni working in the financial industry, both in the U.S. and internationally, helps students find internships and employment. Alumni regularly visit classes and share advice through networking activities arranged by the Sigmund Weis School of Business.
Come to Susquehanna and make a wise investment in your future.