B.S. in Finance

The Bachelor of Science degree in finance is a 64 credit hour program that combines 43 credit hours of business core requirements, 12 credit hours of finance coursework and 9 credit hours of interdisciplinary study in addition to the College core curriculum.

The business core of the finance program is a combination of accounting, marketing, management, finance, economics, and math coursework.  The finance core offers specialized instruction in corporate finance, investment management, capital markets, financial planning, and valuation. Students have the opportunity to practice what they learn in the classroom through simulations, case studies, and research projects.  The finance program prepares students to work in many different areas of financial management, including corporate finance, investing, banking and insurance.

Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ or the major status sheet for complete information regarding major requirements.

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Minor in Business

​The minor provides students with an excellent grounding in the basics of business, economics and accounting.

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B.M. in Music, Business

The Bachelor of Music degree in music/business prepares students for employment in the areas of music merchandising or arts management.
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B.S. in Industrial Management

​Students learn how to lead businesses competing in domestic and international markets by studying the proven management techniques of top manufacturing and service organizations.

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​There are also a number of interdepartmental majors offered by other departments in conjunction with the Department of Business.

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Minor in Legal Studies

Students gain a basic understanding of law and how it influences social and economic institutions.

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​The Department of Business at Grove City College helps connect students with alumni and employers in the fields that best complement their classroom learning experience and specialized interests. Students can earn credit for internships and are strongly encouraged to intern prior to graduation.

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