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Finance is the study of wealth and assets. Our finance graduates manage corporate cash flow and effectively allocate resources. After foundational accounting and economics courses, you’ll leap into investment management, financial analytics and corporate forecasting. Graduates start out as financial analysts in large corporations looking at the bottom line and predicting profits. Others begin in financial leadership development programs or investment banking. Take your first small step toward a career in finance at Krannert.

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Careers in Finance

Financial Analyst | Financial Developer | Business Analyst | Financial Planner


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"A huge thing I learned from all of my courses was data analysis. How to be given a ton of data -- what do you do with it? How do you extract it? And how do you make business decisions?

Trystan Manning, BS Finance, Deloitte

Experiences in Finance

Learn more about the opportunities and experiences that make Finance unique.

Clubs and Organizations

Prep for the future by joining a professional club or organization. A valuable, rare opportunity for our undergraduates is investing a substantial amount of money through the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF). You will research companies through equity analysis, then invest real money in the stock market based on that research. Active members of SMIF earn course credit. 

Seminars and Conferences

As a Finance student you can attend a seminar series featuring distinguished leaders in different financial concentrations. You'll get to hear about the latest research and news in the world of finance.

Study Abroad

As a Krannert student you have a lot of opportunities to learn in a global setting. From Australia to France to Germany, you will gain experiences that can't be fully captured in the classroom. There is a program that is perfect for everyone, no matter if it's for a few weeks or a whole semester.

Admissions & Next Steps

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