Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Learn to mitigate risk and capitalize on financial strategies. Finance blends technical and analytical skillsets to understand how financial markets work, business decisions are made, and operational functions are affected by profits and losses. With a major in finance, you are prepared to enter the financial industry across all sectors, including financial institutions, government, and nonprofit corporations.
Our goal in finance is to construct a robust framework for financial business with not only longstanding theoretical knowledge but with a practical methodology. If you enjoy math and science, finance’s structured thinking may be a good fit for you. Understanding the science of finance will improve your business acumen, lighting the way for all of your future business ventures.
Our finance major prepares you for the spectrum of financial applications including global investment banking, international risk management, financial management of commercial and industrial enterprises and financial institutions, finance in venture capitalism, and mergers and acquisitions. A major in finance equips you to be successful in a variety of careers including capital management, investment management, financial institutions, and personal finance.
Why choose Finance at Crown?
> The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an 11% increase in job openings over the period of 2018-2028 in financial management positions.
> Graduates are qualified to pursue additional academic degrees at a master’s level.
> A finance major develops your acumen to make strategic and ethical decisions at all levels of business.
> Our program is built on a Christian foundation, pushing you to go deeper into God’s desire for your financial practices.
Learn More About Crown College
On-Campus (SAS) Tuition
On-Campus Undergraduate 2020-2021 Costs
Per Semester Yearly Tuition $13,635 $27,270 Fees $355 $710 Meal Plan $2,250 $4,500 Residence Hall $2,350 $4,700 Total $18,590 $37,180 Part Time (less than 12 credits per semester) $1,135 per credit Overload
(more than 18 credits per semester)
$730 per credit
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