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Online Bachelor of Business Administration Finance
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It’s time to invest in yourself
The bottom line determines the success of every business. But who ensures that the numbers all add up? With Strayer’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a Finance concentration, it could be you. In this program, you’ll gain a valuable understanding of key financial concepts and institutions and explore the application of corporate finance in real business settings.
Summer Classes Start on July 5
Program at a glance
11-week courses in the program
Cost per course
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Develop your Finance expertise
A BBA in Finance from Strayer can help you develop skills in financial management, analysis and reporting, risk assessment, industry regulations and much more – preparing you to meet your personal and professional goals.
Build your skills
- Work with corporate finance tools and techniques that enable effective financial management.
- Analyze and evaluate financial performance and investment strategies.
- Differentiate between the risks, costs and availability of methods used to acquire funds.
- Measure the risk and return associated with various asset alternatives and choose between competing investment options.
- Understand the regulatory environment in which financial managers must operate.
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Affording your degree
At Strayer, you’ll find plenty of ways to make your tuition affordable, so you can worry less about your budget and get down to business.
cost per course
degree conferral (one-time only)
technology fee (one per term)
Ways to reduce your cost
Transfer up to 28 classes toward your bachelor’s degree.
Save up to 25% off the cost of your bachelor’s degree. Eligibility rules apply.
Build your potential with each course
A career in finance can take you in many directions. This program’s curriculum can provide you with an in-depth knowledge of the field and help you identify the areas of practice that interest you the most. View all courses.
Study portfolio management, including the management of investments in stocks, bonds and other financial instruments. Examine individual business finance instruments in depth and the investment strategies of shifting the relative amounts held by the investor during changing economic conditions.
Prerequisite: FIN 100
Examines the various types of financial markets, financial intermediaries, and the types of transactions supported by each market. Analyzes the sources and uses of funds by commercial banks, re-regulated management concepts for banks, and how commerce is regulated.
Review institutional details of the primary risks faced by the major types of business finance firms and the applicability of these risks for the financial manager. Topics include asset valuation; the economic role of money markets and how this role relates to security valuation and risk analysis; risk measurement; options pricing; derivative risk management; measuring and comparing risk exposures across financial markets; risks and rewards of international financial markets; and recent developments in the practice of risk management. Case studies and industry applications provide context.
Dive deep into corporate finance theory and its application. Topics include capital budgeting under uncertainty; the relevance of capital structure decisions on security valuation and risk; mergers and acquisitions; option pricing; real options; measuring and managing a firm’s risk exposures; and the risks and rewards of international financial markets. Cases studies provide real-life context.
Being an effective communicator is an essential skill for any profession. In this course, you will learn the secrets to writing, listening, and speaking with credibility in order to share your voice with the world.
Provides a foundation in today's business operations with a focus on the major functions of a business (management, production, marketing, finance and accounting, human resource management, and various support functions). The course also provides an overview of business organizations and the competitive business environment, strategic planning, international business, ethical considerations, quality assurance and more.
Bachelor’s admission requirements
Before you can pursue your bachelor’s degree, you’ll need to enroll at Strayer. Here’s what you’ll need to get started for admission to the university.
Learn more about the admission process at Strayer.
Students applying to Washington, D.C., or New Jersey campuses must provide proof of proper immunization.
Transferring to Strayer from another university?
Some or all of the credits you’ve earned may be transferable.
We welcome more than 1,200 international students from more than 110 countries.
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Your admissions officer and student services coach will mentor, motivate and support you from enrollment to the day you graduate.