The true value of a career in finance can’t be measured in dollars and cents.
With about $829 billion dollars now in circulation, there’s definitely a need for trained professionals to help the rest of us manage it. Today, nearly 8 million Americans have well-paid careers in the world of finance, from Wall Street to Main Street, and in industries ranging from insurance to accounting. So where do you make the best investment for a future in finance? Bay State College.
Our new Finance concentration in the school’s Bachelor of Science in Management program gives you the chance to prepare for success in fields like banking, financial services, and business management. Our program provides an in-depth understanding of corporate finance, accounting, investments, taxation, currency, and capital markets, along with a solid foundation in related business fields, including marketing, management, IT, and operations.
Want real-world experience? Your Finance professors will “show you the money.” All bring enormous executive know-how into the classroom, balancing financial theory with industry best practices from first-hand experience at organizations like Fidelity Investments, State Street, Bank of America, Ernst & Young, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Genzyme, and the State Auditor’ s Office. In short, you’ll learn what it really takes to thrive in the high-stakes finance sector.
You’ll also gain experience yourself through two or more hands-on internships in the field. At the same time, our Career Services Office will work closely with you to match the best career direction to your interests, so you can reach your professional goals.
Want to make friends with the Benjamins? Fund your future at Bay State.
How do I look for an internship when I first get to school?
Internships are a big part of the Bay State College experience. We hope to give our students as much hands-on experience in their desired field as we can.
Our advice is to reach out to The Office of Career Services as soon as possible your first year at Bay State. Diann Lloyd-Dennis, the Director of Career Services can be reached at 617-217-9205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.