Finance - General Finance
Finance relates to the management of money and includes activities such as credit management, budgeting, and investing. A degree in Finance develops the skills to allow students to pursue a variety of careers in corporate finance or the financial services industry. The Finance program at Illinois State University emphasizes student involvement in the educational process, with special attention to linking theory and financial practice.
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The Institute for Financial Planning and Analysis, housed in the Department of Finance, Insurance and Law at Illinois State University, connects students with financial professionals through internships, mentorships, and job shadowing opportunities.
Why study Finance - General Finance?
Individuals working in finance help improve the financial well-being for individuals, businesses, and governments. In making decisions related to money management, financial professionals must have a broad knowledge in economics, accounting, technology, and business operations.
Come see campus and meet with campus representatives either in person or virtually. Optional chances to meet with academic department, honors, and financial aid.