Banking Degree Review - Bachelor Degree Info

Published Nov 12, 2006

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A Banking Degree prepares students for a career in corporate financial management, investments and securities, and management of financial institutions. Students who complete a Banking Degree Program can work as accountants, auditors, financial analysts, personal financial advisors, new accounts clerks, financial managers, loan officers and financial services sales agents.

Banking Degree Overview

Summary of the Degree

A Banking Degree teaches students the theory of finance and the application towards security analysis and valuation, security trading, financial markets, government policy, financial forecasting, capital structure, financial risk management, security issuance, venture capital and international finance. Some of the more general courses mandatory in a Banking Degree Program include:

  • Multinational Business Finance
  • Intermediate Investment Theory
  • Fixed Income and Derivative Securities
  • Security Analysis
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • International Trade and Economics
  • Bank Management
  • Advance Financial Reporting
  • Bank Simulation and Strategy

Career Fields

The U.S. Department of Labor www.bls.gov reports that overall employment in the financial services sector is expected to increase to a large extent for all occupations resulting from an increased investment by businesses and individuals. Graduates who decide on a career in lending may face considerable competition. Many firms plan to add investment advice to their list of services offered and are expected to increase hiring of personal financial advisors.

Occupational Outlook

According to Salary.com (www.salary.com), a Top Financial Analysis Executive median salary is $165,687, a Financial Planning and Analysis Director median salary is $130,440, an entry level Financial Analyst median salary is $48,656 and a Senior Banking and Commercial Loan Processing Clerk median salary is $36,488.

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