Emphasizing a finance-focused education, the major this degree in finance directly targets the financial industry including commercial banks, investment banks, investment companies, and insurance companies. Undergraduate students at the School of Business may pursue a Bachelor of Science in Finance or a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Finance. Students outside of the School of Business may pursue Finance as a second major.
What can I expect to learn in the Finance program at GW?
This program offers a specialized study of the finance world, providing a finance-focused and interdisciplinary education, targeting industries such as commercial banking, investment banking, money management, and insurance.
What is the Finance community like at GW?
It is a community on the go. When they aren’t headed to New York to meet alumni, students join business clubs, work in high-profile internships or enter their ideas in entrepreneurial competitions.
What can I do in the Finance field?
It’s a steppingstone to a roster of careers, from multinationals to sports organizations to entrepreneurial operations. GW’s own backyard is filled with these employers: investment banks, the government, nonprofits and corporate powerhouses.