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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Finance - Major


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The B.S. in Finance will offer the student a well rounded education central to Nazareth’s mission and will enable the student to develop skills necessary for the pursuit of a meaningful career in finance. Further, the major will remain consistent with the Mission of the School of Management to prepare the students to become responsible leaders with the ability to contribute sustainable value for both business and society. The objective of the Finance program is to prepare students for a professional career in a variety of finance concentrations.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will integrate and utilize principles from the various business disciplines when applying a financial focus to organizational problems or opportunities.
  2. Students will demonstrate an understanding of how to procure, allocate and control financial resources required to meet organizational objectives.
  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and assess external factors that impact financial performance.
  4. Students will be able to demonstrate the appropriate application of financial theory, analytical tools and modeling to aid them in making optimal financial decisions. 

An overall minimum GPA of 2.5 in the Finance major is required for completion of a B.S. in Finance.

Core Curriculum Requirements


All Nazareth students complete Core Curriculum coursework as part of their degree requirements. The Core provides a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences while guiding students to pose and explore their own intellectual questions. See Academic Policies and Procedures  for specific core curriculum requirements. 

Required Courses


Students majoring in Finance will be required to complete the following courses:

Sample Program for Finance


Freshman Year


  • Perspectives - Enduring Question (PEQ)  Credits: 9

 As well as:

Sophomore Year


  • Perspectives - Enduring Questions (PEQ) Science with Lab Credits: 4
  • Perspectives - Enduring Questions (PEQ) Credits: 3
  • Integrative Studies (IS) course Credits: 3

As well as:

Junior Year


  • Integrative Studies (IS) Credits: 6
  • Liberal Arts Electives Credits: 6
  • Experiential Learning (EL) pathway Credits: 0
  • Health and Wellness Credits: 0
  • Core Milestone Experience Credits: 0

As well as:

Senior Year


  • Electives Credits: 6
  • Liberal Arts Electives Credits: 6

As well as:

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