The King's College
Finance Program

Finance Curriculum

The King’s College Finance major is the college’s newest offering with the first complete class graduating in 2017.

Students learn challenging banking and financing skills and techniques, like portfolio management, corporate finance, securities analysis and international finance, under the guidance of full-time faculty and adjuncts who have dedicated their careers to high-stakes jobs while remaining true to Christian honor. We strongly support students in pursuit of valuable internships and employment throughout New York City, the Financial District and on Wall Street, only steps away from our campus.




The Finance concentration allows Business major students to develop additional knowledge and expertise in the finance decision making process, including financial modeling and how financial markets function. The concentration is designed for Business majors who wish to explore the Finance major curriculum with local industry experts in the context of our Wall Street location, but without pursuing a full Finance major. It also allows students to pursue areas of particular interest through the selection of Finance electives.

This concentration requires four courses related to Finance for which the students can use their [Business and Open Electives]:

Required Courses
BUS 383 Financial Modeling
BUS 381 Intermediate Financial Accounting or BUS 376 Investments

Any 2 Finance elective courses from the following list
BUS 381 Intermediate Financial Accounting
BUS 376 Investments
BUS 381 Intermediate Financial Accounting
BUS 386 International Investments
BUS 474 Venture Capital and Funding
BUS 477 Options and Futures Markets
BUS 485 Valuations
BUS 487 Money and Banking
BUS 488 Real Estate Finance
BUS 489 Mergers and Acquisitions