Here, we do more than prepare students to excel in the world of finance—our faculty take the field to new heights with revolutionary research and industry collaboration.
Undergraduate Finance Minor
In an increasingly complex financial environment, financial management knowledge and understanding are essential for your professional career and personal life. The undergraduate minor in finance for non-BSBA students can help get you there.
Master's in Finance
Intensive, immersive and hands-on, the Master of Science in Finance helps you hone real-world professional skills at the top of your field. And our world-renowned faculty are there to guide you every step of the way.
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This access is courtesy of the Eller College of Management’s Department of Finance and is made possible through a generous donation by anonymous alumni in recognition of David Laskin ’21 BSBA (Finance) as the 2021 Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Our Finance Academic Programs
Our rigorous, four-year finance program propels you to the top of your field. Graduates go on to work for top firms, including Goldman Sachs, Intel, JPMorgan Chase and Vanguard.Explore Finance Undergraduate Programs »
Hone your advanced analytical and technical skills in our nationally recognized, STEM-designated Master of Science in Finance that offers two areas of specialization: corporate finance and investment management (including prep for the CFA and CAIA exams).Explore the Master's in Finance »
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Meet Finance Students, Alumni and Faculty
Shannon Morelos '19 MSF
After overcoming a difficult childhood, Eller alumna Shannon Morelos '19 MSF shares how she plans to use her education in finance to be an advocate for others and challenge the status quo.Meet Shannon Morelos »
Alex Andrino '18 BSBA
From an early age, Alex Andrino '18 BSBA (Finance) had a knack for business and finance. In fact, you could probably say that by middle school, running a business was a piece of cake for her, so to speak. Turning a passion for baking into a passion for banking, thanks in part to the Wall Street Scholars Program, she now works on Wall Street.Meet Alex Andrino »
Associate Professor Scott Cederburg and Assistant Professor David Brown
A recent study co-authored by Eller Associate Finance Professor Scott Cederburg and Assistant Finance Professor David Brown approached the question of investment from an angle of risk largely overlooked: the uncertainty of future tax rates.Meet Scott Cederburg and David Brown »
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Wall Street Scholars Program
This program bridges the gap between academic learning and professional experience—last year, 100 percent of the program’s students received internships on Wall Street. Even better? Every single one turned that internship into a full-time job offer.
Financial Matters Newsletter
Financial Matters is the annual newsletter of the Department of Finance, featuring news, student and alumni profiles, awards, student engagement, faculty research and more.
Our exceptional faculty are known for their cutting-edge research, which has been featured in leading publications, including The Economist, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Forbes.
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