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The entrepreneur program gave me plenty of practice with presentations, interviews, and more. 

The Clark H. Byrum School of Business offers a finance curriculum that includes a mix of classroom instruction and experiential learning. Some of the courses include:

  • Corporate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Financial Institutions
  • Investments
  • Money and Banking
  • Personal Finance
  • Real Estate
  • Risk and Insurance
  • Cases in Accounting and Finance

We welcome your interest in our Finance program. If you need additional information, feel free to contact:

Professor Tim Akin at

Professor Kevin Huston at

Assistant Dean Tom Gjerde at

Employment Outlook

Where do Marian finance graduates start their post-Marian careers? Some graduates in recent graduating classes began their post-Marian experiences with these recognizable organizations:

AIT Laboratories
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
Indiana University Law School - Indianapolis
Eli Lilly


Major for the Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) in Finance

39 hours from our experiential business core plus 33 hours in Accounting and Finance including:

FIN 111     Personal Finance

ACC 250     Intro to Financial and Managerial Accounting

MIS 320     Business Decision Support Systems

FIN 311     Advanced Managerial Finance

FIN 360     Investments

FIN 411     International Finance

FIN 455     Cases in Accounting and Finance

                Two Electives From the Courses Below:

FIN 350     Money and Banking

FIN 356     Principles of Real Estate

FIN 357     Principles of Risk and Insurance

FIN 420     Financial Institutions

ACC 430 Tax Accounting