Finance majors can specialize in one of three tracks, each uniquely designed with career paths in mind:
To prepare students to work and thrive in today’s dynamic global financial environment, our program emphasizes the linking of theory to practice. In the classroom, we develop core competencies in areas such as analytical skills, decision-making frameworks, understanding risk, and how financial markets work. We also teach our students to become proficient in the use of financial tools, including time value analysis, financial forecasting, capital budgeting, asset management, and risk evaluation. And La Salle’s curriculum is closely tied to professional practice and is well suited to preparing students to sit for the chartered financial analyst (CFA) examinations.
Careers our finance majors pursue include:
Recent employers to hire our graduates include:
La Salle School of Business is accredited by the AACSB, which represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
The La Salle graduate is the recipient of the University’s 19th Annual IT Leadership Award.
The 31st annual Charter Dinner on March 21, will recognize Jerry Lezynski, ’82, with The Lasallian Leadership Award.
Lisa Abdul-Haqq, DNP, M.A. ’09, MSN ’21, CRNP, FCPP, works tirelessly to help underserved communities navigate the U.S. healthcare system.