Invest in Your Career with a Degree in Finance

How an organization manages its finances is essential to its long-term success. Our program is designed to build tangible and market-demanded skills related to capital management, investment and portfolio management, financial institutions, and personal finance. You will be well prepared to follow in the footsteps of past graduates who have been employed as financial analysts, investment managers, financial planners, risk managers and bankers in firms such as Bank of America, Raytheon, Fidelity Investments, Southwest Airlines, L3 Communications, JP Morgan Chase, TD Ameritrade and AT&T.

Nationally-Ranked Affordable Programs

The College of Business has been recognized by the highly anticipated U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2023 for several programs.

  • 66th for Best Online Bachelor's in Business Programs


The Finance program at A&M-Commerce is uniquely designed to prepare you for a successful career and, more importantly, life! Over 100 years, this program has evolved and developed with the long-term success of our graduates in mind. You will not only learn critical analytical skills, you will learn how to communicate through financial data as well.

Your first year you will take a combination of university core and business core classes. All students must take these classes, and they are a very important part of your business education. Many students take mostly core classes with one or two courses related to their major each semester.


Begin with core classes. These are essential for building a strong foundation.

  • College Reading and Writing
    ENG 1301
  • U.S. History to 1877
    HIST 1301
  • Mathematics for Business Applications I
    MATH 1324
  • U.S. Life & Physical Science Elective
  • Business Computer Systems
    BUSA 1305


Continue taking your university core classes. Completing an elective or two this semester is important as well.

  • College Reading and Writing
    ENG 1302
  • U.S. History from 1865
    HIST 1302
  • Math for Bus. Applications II
    MATH 1325
  • U.S. Life & Physical Science Elective
  • Advisor-Approved Elective

Your second year, take the remainder of your university core classes along with a few business core and electives. Expand your mind and learn how to think like a professional.


You made it through your first year. Continue ahead with electives and core courses.

  • United States Government and Politics
    PSCI 2305
  • Principles of Accounting I
    ACCT 2301
  • Principles of Macro Economics
    ECO 2301
  • Degree Pathway
  • US Lit, Philosophy, Culture Elective


Finish taking the remainder of your core classes. Good things are coming!

  • Texas Government and Politics
    PSCI 2306
  • Principles of Accounting II
    ACCT 2302
  • Principles of Micro Economics
    ECO 2302
  • Advisor-Approved Elective
  • US Creative Arts Elective

During your third year, you will begin to focus on upper-level coursework and take classes related to your major. It’s also a great time to snag an internship or co-op which may count as a class towards your degree.


Start taking classes relating to your major. Things are about to get exciting!

  • Intro to Business Finance
    FIN 304
  • Legal Env. of Business
    MGT 301
  • Bus. & Eco. Statistics
    ECO 302
  • Business Communication
    MGT 303
  • Principles of Management
    MGT 305


Keep up the good work! Senior year is right around the corner.

  • Principles of Investments
    FIN 400
  • Int’med Macro/Micro
    ECO 331 or 332
  • Operations Management
    MGT 307
  • Marketing
    MKT 306
  • Economic Forecasting
    ECO 309

During your fourth year, you will finish taking your upper level business courses and Finance classes. As you get ready to graduate, interview with companies that you dream about working for. You will find alumni who know the quality of TAMUC graduates at businesses worldwide.


You are so close to being done. Stay strong!

  • Money, Banking & Fin. Mkts.
    FIN 312
  • Fin 430 or Fin 450
  • ACCT 311, 326, 437 or 440
  • FIN 340, 410, 420, 431, 434, 436, 438 or 440
  • Data & Information MGT
    BUSA 326


It’s the home stretch, and graduation is your next step. You got this!

  • Advanced Financial Mgt.
    FIN 404
  • International Business Fin
    FIN 471
  • FIN 340, 410, 420, 431, 434, 436, 438 or 440
  • Business Strategy MGT 439

See Yourself Succeed with a Degree in the College of Business

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Industry Connections

Through guest speakers, company tours and internships, professional networking, and other opportunities, students, faculty and alumni are connected with  the business community.

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Nationally Accredited

The College of Business is one of only 800 schools worldwide to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).


Accomplished Faculty

Engage with exceptional faculty who are industry leaders and significant scholars, producing cutting-edge research in their field.

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Career Readiness

The College of Business offers an in-house Career Services Center focused on guiding business students seeking internships or employment.

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A degree in finance will offer you the opportunity to:

  • Develop skills that prepare you for the demands of the global business environment.
  • Prepare you for a number of certification exams such as Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) and Certified Financial Planner® (CFP).
  • Learn from a combination of educational and real-world applications.
  • Gain insight from faculty with wide-ranging expertise in all major areas of economics and finance.
  • Master the skills employers demand – from conflict resolution to resource allocation.
  • Develop the managerial tools needed to become a professional ready for any challenge.


Finance requires the development of a wide range of skills in order to meet the demands of the global business environment. Our combination of educational and real-world application creates an active and engaging learning experience that offers access to faculty whose collective expertise spans all major areas of economics and finance. As a result, graduates are well-positioned to transition quickly when internship and job opportunities present themselves.

Average Annual Salaries of Finance Professionals

Financial and Investment Analyst
Financial Risk Specialist
Financial Analyst and Advisor
Financial Manager

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


What You Will Learn

In our undergraduate-level finance program, you will be introduced to the core principles and foundations of finance and economics through challenging, fast-paced coursework and collaboration with accomplished peers. You will add competencies in financial analyses, financial institutions, markets, securities investments and portfolio management, and short and long-term financial planning that can be applied both domestically and internationally.

Courses to Prepare You for Your Career

  • Foundation courses including Principles of Accounting, Principles of Management and Business Computing Systems
  • Finance courses including Principles of Financial Planning, Entrepreneurial Finance & Venture Capital, Money, Banking & Financial Markets, International Business Finance, Principles of Investments, Analysis of Financial Derivatives, Financial Modeling, Advanced Financial Management, Financial Statement Analysis & Valuation and Fundamentals of Real Estate

Course Delivery and Resources

We offer this program in two formats to better suit your needs. You may complete the upper-level coursework either online or in a face-to-face format. You will indicate the format you wish to pursue when you speak with your advisor. Should you decide to continue your education, we offer a graduate-level finance degree. Discover a business degree that fits your lifestyle and career aspirations!

Student Organizations

The aim of The Finance Society is to help in the development of the next generation of finance professionals from A&M-Commerce, from degree plan through career. The society is an active student organization in the College of Business that is focused on advising and guiding in the professional, educational and social development of students interested in finance and economics.

Undergraduate Program Costs

Program Costs

Tuition and fees for undergraduate students taking 12 credit hours are $4,212 for Texas residents and $9,108 for non-residents.

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