In-demand, finance-focused careers
As shifting regulations and dynamics change the face of the banking industry, the demand for high-quality, knowledgeable employees is steadily growing. Many community, regional and local banks are facing a shortage of trained, degreed professionals to take on challenging new roles. In that role, you could help the banking industry meet current and future challenges as they comply with increasing and changing regulations. A banking degree from SFA will provide you with a strong background in the banking industry, preparing you to meet these challenges.
A variety of learning experiences
The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Banking prepares students to fill the growing need for qualified bank personnel. The program combines core coursework in business and finance with a variety of industry-specific learning opportunities.
The program will also offer seminars to fulfill the compliance training requirements of officers and directors of local banks, as well as outreach programs to help existing bank employees explore and prepare to address current issues facing banks.
B.B.A. in Banking
Students interested in earning a business degree (B.B.A.) with a major in banking must complete the following courses:
- University Core Curriculum – B.B.A. track
- B.B.A. Foundation Curriculum: ACC 231, 232; BCM 247; BLW 335; ECO 231, 232, 339; FIN 333; GBU 325; MGT 272, 370, 371, 463; MKT 351; Two Hours General Electives
- MTH 220
- FIN 357, 370, 401, 420, 471, 479
- ECO 331
- 6 hours from advanced finance electives
*See General Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements