Financial Management Concentration
In our current, unpredictable economy, receiving sound financial advice and providing accurate analysis' has become increasingly important. Financial positions have evolved into challenging opportunities that require a mixed skill set of data analysis, problem-solving and effective communication amongst key company stakeholders.
Not only is it crucial to have knowledgeable workers in finance, but it is equally important to have strong financial leaders as well. Our society needs ethical, optimistic and business-oriented finacial leaders in order to remain successful.
In our current organizations, we often find that finance positions consist of broad roles involving decision-making, planning and controlling the financial operations of a business. A financial management concentration allows students to master the necessary hard and soft skills to understand the financial industry and lead employees to success.
The financial management concentration prepares students for careers in financial management level positions in business or government. You'll learn to develop strategies and implement long-term goals in order to meet the financial needs of various types of organizations.
Three reasons to choose a career in financial management.
- Strengthen your leadership skills and gain experience in management.
- Problem-solve real-time issues and see the direct impact of your work.
- Create and implement strategies that will help businesses prosper.
Connect with the Finance Club.
The Finance Club offers a welcoming and knowledgable environment in which students can explore the various job opportunities that are available in the finance field.
The Finance Club hosts established financial guest speakers from the North Bay at many of their club meetings. These financial professionals discuss details about their career paths and give advice to students looking to begin a career in finance. Connect with the Finance Club today!
Take the next step!
- Access detailed requirements for completing the financial management concentration.
- Contact an advisor.