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Most Popular Schools for General Finance Major & Degree Program

A program that generally prepares individuals to plan, manage, and analyze the financial and monetary aspects and performance of business enterprises, banking institutions, or other organizations. Includes instruction in principles of accounting, financial instruments, capital planning, funds acquisition, asset and debt management, budgeting, financial analysis, and investments and portfolio management.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 CUNY Bernard M Baruch College 920 21% $27,562
2 University of Pennsylvania 725 11% $61,800
3 University of Phoenix-Online Campus 584 1% $10,188
4 The University of Texas at Dallas 554 10% $24,784
5 University of Central Florida 512 3% $20,839
6 Florida International University 499 5% $22,968
7 DePaul University 495 7% $49,367
8 New York University 450 4% $63,540
9 Tulane University of Louisiana 435 13% $61,178
10 Florida State University 408 4% $21,543
11 Ohio State University-Main Campus 390 3% $25,479
12 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 362 3% $33,592
13 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 354 3% $29,086
14 Texas A & M University-College Station 341 3% $21,051
15 The University of Texas at Austin 335 3% $26,156
16 California State University-Northridge 332 4% $21,669
17 University of Georgia 330 4% $22,064
18 Boston College 312 8% $60,706
19 Michigan State University 308 3% $24,648
20 University of Iowa 308 5% $20,691
21 University of Maryland-College Park 296 3% $23,734
22 University of South Florida-Main Campus 295 3% $20,760
23 Pace University-New York 295 10% $56,999
24 Southern Methodist University 291 9% $61,355
25 Georgia State University 271 4% $24,448
26 Northwestern University 269 5% $63,193
27 Arizona State University-Tempe 264 2% $23,837
28 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 263 5% $22,142
29 Bentley University 259 14% $56,930
30 Miami University-Oxford 258 6% $29,701
31 University of Houston 256 3% $22,463
32 University of Delaware 256 5% $25,612
33 University of Florida 256 2% $19,103
34 Drexel University 249 4% $57,870
35 University of Notre Dame 248 8% $60,117
36 Fordham University 242 6% $63,438
37 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 238 3% $26,165
38 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 236 4% $19,080
39 Illinois Institute of Technology 227 10% $54,677
40 University of Denver 212 6% $56,077
41 Villanova University 210 7% $58,736
42 Hofstra University 207 8% $54,289
43 Rutgers University-Newark 201 7% $29,768
44 Temple University 200 3% $29,632
45 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 191 2% $29,468
46 University of South Carolina-Columbia 189 3% $24,804
47 Iowa State University 188 3% $18,920
48 University of Illinois at Chicago 185 3% $29,320
49 George Mason University 183 2% $25,335
50 George Washington University 182 2% $61,446
51 Saint Joseph's University 181 7% $54,772
52 University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus 180 2% $32,126
53 The University of Alabama 179 3% $27,000
54 Brigham Young University-Provo 174 2% $17,496
55 Northeastern University 174 2% $58,096
56 University of Arizona 173 2% $25,179
57 University of Kentucky 168 3% $23,732
58 University of Toledo 168 4% $24,109
59 University of Wisconsin-Madison 168 2% $23,931
60 Florida Atlantic University 167 2% $21,583
61 Auburn University 167 3% $25,282
62 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 165 1% $27,034
63 Suffolk University 161 8% $49,979
64 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 160 1% $25,281
65 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 158 2% $26,282
66 The University of Texas at San Antonio 158 3% $20,598
67 Illinois State University 153 3% $26,259
68 Kennesaw State University 153 4% $24,659
69 Bryant University 153 17% $53,598
70 Washington State University 152 2% $27,697
71 Syracuse University 151 3% $57,450
72 Lehigh University 149 8% $57,145
73 Clemson University 146 3% $28,502
74 Texas State University 143 2% $19,620
75 Johns Hopkins University 143 2% $61,502
76 University of Utah 143 2% $21,920
77 University of Connecticut 142 2% $27,244
78 University of North Texas 142 2% $20,232
79 University of Kansas 142 2% $22,277
80 Santa Clara University 141 7% $59,589
81 Georgetown University 141 3% $62,179
82 University of Arkansas 141 3% $22,212
83 Portland State University 140 2% $23,528
84 University of San Diego 139 6% $58,189
85 University of Cincinnati-Main Campus 138 2% $27,434
86 University of Houston-Downtown 133 5% $6,338
87 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 133 3% $22,246
88 University of Rochester 131 5% $61,340
89 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 127 5% $17,078
90 Grand Valley State University 127 2% $22,432
91 Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College 124 2% $23,227
92 University of Hawaii at Manoa 120 3% $22,996
93 University of Miami 119 4% $60,906
94 East Carolina University 118 2% $20,831
95 The University of Tampa 113 7% $39,375
96 University of Minnesota-Duluth 112 5% $23,355
97 University of Mississippi 112 3% $22,444
98 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 112 2% $27,450
99 Washington University in St Louis 111 3% $61,808
100 West Virginia University 111 2% $18,375

This list indicates the number of students that completed the Finance, General program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.