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Transcript of My Passion
The College I want to presue for my finance carrer is WCU.
The tuition is 21,126
The Western Carolina University Finance Program prepares students for success as retail bank managers, loan officers, creditors and other financial service occupations. Expert faculty members teach and develop the program’s dynamic curriculum with an emphasis on excellence with a personal touch. Thanks to the carefully designed curriculum, students can choose to take classes that qualify them to sit for the certified financial planner exam and lead them to careers as financial planners and stock brokers. Graduates also make ideal candidates for advanced studies in finance, business, accounting and law, among other areas.
; Accounting technician.
Chartered certified accountant.
Chartered management accountant.
Chartered public finance accountant.
Some other colleges that accept Finance Majors are
University of Pennsylvania. ...
Boston College. ...
Bentley University. ...
New York University. ...
Washington University in St. Louis. ...
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. ...
Steps to Becoming a Financial Advisory. A bachelor's degree is required for a career as a financial advisory. Majors in finance, economics, business, statistics or similar fields are acceptable. ... Major firms or high-end clients may require their financial advises to continue their education at the graduate level.
Steps to becoming
Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree. The minimum education requirement for financial managers is a bachelor's degree in finance, business administration or accounting.
Step 2: Acquire a Master's Degree.
Step 3: Gain Work Experience.
Step 4: Obtain Professional Certification.
Finance majors who pursue careers as compensation, benefits and job analysis specialists or cost estimators make salaries between $58,000 and $59,000 on average
Beginning - the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) reported that the average starting salary for finance majors was $55,400 (www.naceweb.org). This was the third-highest starting salary among various types of business majors within that year.
End - A master's degree in finance commands an even higher starting salary than a bachelor's. According to NACE, those graduating with a master's in finance earned an average of $73,000 per year to start. The median-earning half of graduates with a master's in finance made between $58,600 and $83,900 out of the gate.
In Conclusion becoming a Finance Major is something that doesn't happen over night, It takes time and effort to become a such thing, especially if you are attempting to go for a masters degree because that take a lot of time