To earn your bachelor’s degree in finance through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average.
Principles of Individual and Corporate Risk Management (FINA 338)
Learn how to identify and manage risk on the individual and corporate level. Gain experience with personal insurance policies and corporate risk management methods.
Finance (FINA 361A)
Boost Wall Street career prep with a course on finance, theory, modeling and Excel. Essential for sophomores seeking Wall Street internships, with math, stats, accounting, economics and GPA prerequisites.
Real Estate Principles and Practice (FINA 382)
Explore the real estate market, including ownership, interests, sales, leases, property valuation and appraising.
Security Analysis and Warren Buffett Business Valuation Techniques (FINA 463)
Learn the criteria used by famous investor and alum Warren Buffett for evaluation of potential acquisitions and investments.
Investors With Purpose (FINA 464)
Explore financial markets and wealth management with business leaders' insights. Real-life discussions on asset and wealth management topics, like venture capital and real estate. Exclusive to Investors With Purpose Program participants.
Portfolio Practicum I and II (FINA 468 and 469)
Gain practical experience in financial asset management by managing the college’s multimillion-dollar Cornhusker Fund. Learn how to select individual securities and develop a portfolio strategy.