The Commercial Banking Career Track is a set of specially designed electives and activities that will expose students to careers in commercial banking and prepare them for rewarding careers based on their interests. The commercial banking industry will be heavily involved with the program to ensure that materials and experiences are current and relevant to the field.
Freshman Year (or year of entry) and all years thereafter
- Become a student member of the Risk Management Association or other industry group (an “industry student membership”)
- Participate in CBCT activities
- Volunteer at one CBCT conference or industry event
- Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
- Enter CBCT Mentorship Portal – Students will be matched with industry professionals and upper class students as mentors to help students understand the business of commercial banking and its potential as a career path.
- Take finance electives specially designed for the CBCT
- Enter CBCT Internship Portal – Students will be prepared for summer internships through coursework and seminars, culminating in a selection process that matches students with internship employers.
- Begin commercial banking research for the Department of Finance
- Continue finance electives specially designed for the CBCT
- Enter CBCT Career Portal - Students will be prepared for career choices through coursework and seminars and assisted with career decision making.
- Continue commercial banking research
Other opportunities available through the program
- Industry functions
- Service projects
|FIN 3716||Principles of Finance|
|FIN 3717||Fundamentals of Corporate Finance|
|FIN 3826||Fundamentals of Asset Management|
|FIN 4820||Financial Modeling and Analytics|
|FIN 4830||Financial Statement Analysis|
Commercial Banking Track Electives
|FIN 3636||Financial Markets and Institutions|
|FIN 3632||Bank Administration|
|FIN 3610||Credit Essentials|
|FIN 3460||Risk Management|