Become more innovative, informed and experienced in today’s sophisticated financial landscape.
Strengthen your understanding of financial products and investment portfolios. By earning a four-year B.B.A. of Financial Economics degree, you’ll establish a strong professional foundation in both the theory and application of critical economic principles. Brenau University’s 140-year history of educational innovation means you know you’re earning a bachelor’s degree you can be proud of.
Graduates of Brenau’s B.B.A. in Financial Economics program will be prepared to:
In the online B.B.A. in Financial Economics program, you’ll gain solid business fundamentals through our general bachelor of business administration curriculum. Then, you’ll take classes specific to finance to complement your core business courses – and you’ll still graduate in the same amount of time.
Our number-one priority is providing easy access to quality education so you can improve your life and achieve your career goals. Take advantage of resources like our professional tutoring program, academic coaching and our writing center – all of which serve online students.
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The core B.B.A. curriculum includes:
In addition to the core B.B.A. curriculum, you’ll take the following finance courses to complete your degree.
Work-life balance is becoming increasingly important to many business professionals. For Jenny, finding the right school-life balance was just as important. By earning her graduate business degree online from Brenau, she was able to make time each day for her full-time job, her family and her education.
“I didn’t feel selfish in pursuing my own education,” Jenny says, “because I was able to really balance the coursework and the interaction with the professors with a schedule that made sense for me.”