Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Finance/ Economics Concentration
At Thomas College, our management program produces great leaders. Our focus is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully manage people and resources in various organizational settings. The concentrations and courses are designed to support and enhance the development of leadership skills in our students in order to prepare them to deal with global settings, a diverse workforce, and constantly changing competitive and regulatory environments.
Graduates of the management program effectively combine management theory, strategic methodology and best practices to solve complex problems. We train students using the latest technology, so that when they enter the field, they can effectively judge the value of the decision support systems in place and identify a full range of ethical alternative solutions. The concentration in Finance and Economics offers the analytical and managerial skills that will help prepare you for a career in the financial world. Businesses large and small need qualified managers who can combine expertise in financial strategy with economic decision-making abilities. This program also helps graduates prepare for positions in banking, insurance, stock brokerage, financial analysis, economic development, and financial services, to name a few. Our graduates are trained to analyze financial statements, utilize financial and managerial- accounting skills, and write cogent financial reports while recognizing and interpreting major domestic and international economic trends.
Our Continuing Education programs are designed to meet the needs of students who have work and family obligations. Classes meet one night per week, from 6:00 to 9:30pm. Students can choose to take classes online, in person, or in a hybrid format. Courses are offered year-round, with most students completing the program within 24 months.
• Office are open in the evenings
• Online, live, and hybrid format classes
• Program designed for adult learners
• Rolling admissions for the spring, summer, or fall
• Classes are held one night per week