Finance & Economics Department

Career Opportunities


Graduates in economics find employment in a variety of public and private institutions while many go on to graduate education in law, public policy, an MBA and other disciplines.


Finance majors move on to careers in corporate financial management, as investment managers and analysts, in banking and other careers in the finance industry.

Personal Financial Planning

The PFP program is designed to prepare students for professional careers as certified financial planners. Read more about the PFP program.


Economic Jobs

    Create Your Personal Graduation Plan Today

    • Avoid accumulating credits you don't need for graduation.
    • Make sure the University schedules the classes you need when you need them.

    You could graduate in 3 years!

    1. Enroll in 15 credits each semester. See "15 to Finish" for more information on the financial and academic benefits of completing 15 credits a semester.
    2. Enroll in summer semester to expedite graduation.

    Generic graduation plan based on a full-time student who does not need developmental courses and does not have transfer credit

    See your advisor to develop your individualized plan in Wolverine Track:

    Department Chair


    Professional Organizations


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