Finance is the language of business. The Bachelor of Science in Finance at MSOE allows students to become fluent in the language of business by focusing on learning how individuals and business organizations raise capital, and how those resources are allocated among competing investment opportunities to create value. Through the finance program, students gain an understanding of financial theory and practice, how to analyze financial statements while evaluating the health of a firm, to apply financial modeling skills for the valuation of the firm, securities and other financial vehicles, portfolio management strategies, to evaluate portfolio performance, and effective communication skills and teamwork. Finance is a broad field that prepares students for positions in corporations, investment firms, government, banks and entrepreneurship. Finance careers include positions in corporate finance, security analysis, investment management, retail, commercial banking, retail investment brokerage, financial advising and many more. With a B.S. in Finance from MSOE, graduates understand all aspects of business and begin contributing to industry immediately upon graduation.

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You may want to consider B.S. in Finance if you...

  • Enjoy analyzing numbers
  • Like utilizing problem-solving skills to develop creative solutions
  • Have an inquisitive brain that questions why things are the way they are

B.S. in Finance Program Details

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The Rader School of Business at Milwaukee School of Engineering is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for all graduate and undergraduate business programs. 

The Bachelor of Science business degrees will begin enrollment for the 2023-24 academic year. Individuals who were enrolled in the BBA program at MSOE prior to Fall 2023 will receive a Bachelor of Science upon graduation. Contact the program director for more information regarding semester curriculum.