Earning a degree in Finance at Michigan State’s Eli Broad College of Business will not only be a rewarding and challenging experience, it will also open many doors for you. Employers across the state of Michigan and around the country recognize the value Broad College graduates bring to their organizations; Finance and all Broad graduates are highly regarded and sought after for their knowledge, skill, and superior work ethic.
As an undergraduate, you will have the opportunity to study a variety of topics in Finance which will not only enhance your level of knowledge, but also give you the tools and mindset to hit the ground running in your chosen career. The curriculum includes topics in corporate finance, financial investing, venture capital, security analysis, financial modeling, insurance and risk management, and wealth management.
The Finance Department is pleased to provide our undergraduates with a one-stop website, the Finance Student Homepage, with all the information necessary to survive and thrive on campus. If you’re unsure what courses to take as you pursue your chosen career path – our helpful Course Selection Guide can get you well on your way.
Students at the Broad College are fortunate to have the Lear Center as a great resource in planning their future career as well as securing internships and full-time employment to put their new knowledge and skills to work. Our Finance Student Homepage’s Career Help link can help guide you through these resources.
The Finance department is proud to house the Financial Markets Institute (FMI) and the Center for Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Entrepreneurial Finance (CVCPEEF). There are also many student groups available to Finance majors that can greatly enhance their experience as a Michigan State undergrad, including the Finance Association, the Student Investment Association, the Spartan Global Development Fund, and others. You can find news and information on these student groups and other happenings at the Business College in the Finance Student Homepage’s News You Can Use section. Looking for forms and deadlines? You can also find that on the News You Can Use page.
We also offer students the opportunity to pursue a Minor in Insurance and Risk Management. For more information on this program that gives students an opportunity to join an industry rapidly growing in terms of economic scope and innovation, please click here. A summary page is also available here.
We hope you will take advantage of all the opportunities provided to you by the Finance Department and the Business College.