Finance is the study of value, investments and financial management. Using basic principles from the fields of accounting, economics and statistics, finance involves analysis of financial institutions, markets and concepts.
The B.S. in Finance introduces students to principles in corporate and international finance and investment, and basic economics and market concepts. Through the curriculum, finance majors can emphasize in the study of markets or the study of financial management practices.
The College of Business and Management has a set of well-established Program Learning Goals and Learning Objectives across all programs that are assessed on a periodic basis. The College of Business and Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is among the top five percent of the worldwide business schools offering degree programs. See the Dean’s Welcome for four compelling features to study in the College of Business and Management.
The College of Business and Management offers flexible day, evening and weekend classes.
Students get personalized attention by skilled professors in small class sizes, and gain connections to internships, career fairs and business conferences.
Northeastern offers an affordable tuition and convenient urban locations accessible by car or public transportation.
Take a closer look at the Bachelor of Science in Finance and the courses offered toward the degree.
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact Accounting, Business Law and Finance at (773) 442-6140.
Northeastern Illinois University is home to students from all corners of the world and is one of the most ethnically diverse universities in the nation. Our small class sizes, flexible schedules and dedicated faculty can help you succeed in your studies.
We offer an education with value.