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About the Finance Program
The finance major is offered by the Accounting, Business, and Economics Department. It provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles that underlie the operation and functions of financial markets and the analytical and quantitative skills needed for an understanding of current financial issues, practices, and policies. Additionally, the major prepares students for graduate work in business and finance and careers in banking, insurance, investments, and corporate financial planning.

The Accounting, Business, and Economics department supervises an endowed, student run Investment Society.

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  • Investing in Their Future

    Muhlenberg students get real-world experience managing others' money with the Investment Society

  • 172nd Commencement Ceremony

    The virtual event celebrated the more than 600 graduates of Muhlenberg College who earned degrees in May and October of this year.

  • An Opportunity to Connect

    Henry Giwa ’21 grew his network through his participation in Harvard Business School’s Virtual Venture in Management program.

  • Career Center Stories: Jordan Cimring '20

    Jordan Cimring '20 shares how the Muhlenberg Career Center provided him with guidance that took him from his first internship application to the dream job he'll start after graduating in May.