You have to know money to make money.
Truth is, it's not all about the money. The purpose of a degree in finance is to develop an understanding of financial management and operations. So, as a graduate, you'll not only be great at sticking to a budget, but also enjoy the opportunity for a lucrative and challenging career.
The Green Bay
We've got the assets you need to succeed.
To help reach your professional goals, UW-Green Bay offers experience in college to build your resume, network and develop your skills. From hands-on experience in our lab to partnerships with local businesses to get you internship opportunities, we can help you find a successful career.
Like any good portfolio, our educational offerings are diverse and growing.
Major or Emphasis?
Majoring in finance gives you more specific expertise, while a major in business with an emphasis in finance gives you broader knowledge of the business world. Keep in mind that the major requires 12 more credits than the emphasis.
Centers & Partnerships
Our partnerships with local businesses help both our students and our community thrive through workshops, consulting services, professional tax assistance and more.
Phoenix Leadership Program
Develop your leadership skills and become a better leader in your career through a semester-long training experience.
Investing in Our Students
"I can truthfully say that the best part about the Finance Program at UWGB really is the professors – they are always ready and willing to invest in you and your education."
Emilie Popp '23
Finance Major | Credit Analyst at Ariens Company
Ask an Expert
As a researcher in corporate investment policy and advisor for the Student Finance Association, Professor Mussie Teclezion is passionate about our program. If you have any questions about a finance degree, get in touch with him!