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Bachelor of Science in Finance

Earn your Bachelor of Science in Finance at Rosemont CollegePlan for the Future with a Degree in Finance 

As a Finance major at Rosemont, you'll acquire the skills to plan for and manage a portfolio of assets by using data and analyzing market factors. You’ll also prepare to write reports for investors on how they can invest their money, how to advise institutions on both short-term and long-term financial planning, and to read corporate financial statements and interpret their findings. These skills can be put to use in a range of careers including banking, insurance, financial analysis, real estate, wealth and investment management, or in the government sector.  

Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Finance will be well-prepared to sit for the first level of the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) or the Certified Financial Planning (CFP) exams. 

Rosemont is also committed to teaching you personal finance, to help you prepare for future financial decisions like taking out a loan, buying a house, or investing for the first time. Our instructors are invested in the success of all our students in every way. 

 Why Study Finance at Rosemont? 

In addition to your core business and finance classes, as a Rosemont student you’ll also get a strong foundation in ethical decision-making and collaborative leadership that will set you apart and prepare you to make a positive impact in any career. Rosemont prepares all its students to build a career based on sound leadership combined with strong skills in your field of study. 

Because of our small class sizes, you’ll get personalized attention from your professors, all of whom have worked in and are experts in the field of finance. 

Coursework Examples 

Finance majors are required to take core classes in the major in addition to a set of core business courses and general education requirements.  

  • BUS 0360: International Finance 
  • BUS 0420: Investments 
  • BUS 0350: Marketing 
  • BUS 0480: Quantitative Business Analysis 
  • BUS 0320: Legal Environment of Business 


Look Forward to a Successful Future 

Employment of business and financial operations occupations is projected to grow 7 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 591,800 new jobs. Jobs for graduates with a BS in Finance include: 

  • Financial analyst 
  • Personal financial advisor 
  • Budget analyst 
  • Accountant 
  • Insurance underwriter 
  • Actuary 
  • Credit analyst 
  • Investor relations associate 
  • Attorney