BBA IN Finance
Build skills to enter this increasingly critical profession in a global economy
The finance profession is increasingly critical in a global economy. It is necessary to facilitate effective money management decisions and resource allocation.
As a finance major at Queens, you’ll be introduced to financial tools, theory and application to problem solving in a variety of areas including financial markets and institutions, investment management, corporate finance, international financial management, portfolio theory and derivatives. You’ll be prepared to start making your place at the decision-making table.
U.S. News & World Report ranked our McColl School of Business among the top 1% of small, private business schools.
Here, we encourage you to explore and develop your individual leadership abilities. Our program was built on the leadership principles that launched retired Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl to the top of his industry: Competence, Character and Commitment to Community.
Charlotte is home to nearly 300 Fortune 500 companies and is the country’s second-largest banking center. But we’ll give you more than proximity to business leaders; we’ll help you build relationships with them.
Network with your peers at this DECA-affiliated club. This nonprofit student organization prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs with careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.
The McColl School
Charlotte is a great place to be a business student, whether you're an undergrad embarking on a bachelor's degree or a grad student taking your career to the next level. After all, Charlotte's one of the country's leading financial hubs, is home to more than 250 Fortune 500 companies, and is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities. This environment puts countless internship and job opportunities within a few miles of campus. In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked our McColl School of Business among the top 1% of small, private business schools. Connect with us on Facebook.
Leigh Hartman, Director of Undergraduate Programs