Finance graduates are prepared to work in the broad areas of financial institutions, markets, investments, and corporate finance. Our graduates have gone on to rewarding careers with major companies such as Fifth Third Bank, Delta Air Lines, PNC, Fund Evaluation Group, and many more. In 2021 ZipRecruiter reported that workers with a Finance Degree earned an average of $60,851.
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