B.S. in Finance
Develop expertise in the management of financial resources, consistent with a biblical worldview, to create wealth and generate value in a business.
Finance at King’s
Through the Finance degree at The King’s College in New York City, students develop competence in mathematics, analytical techniques, portfolio theory, and financial modeling, preparing them to lead within businesses across the nation and world. Students in the Finance major begin with the Core Curriculum, where they hone exceptional writing and speaking while studying economic and political theory. We then approach finance from a Christian desire to serve society, combining ethics and financial flourishing for true Christian stewardship.
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The Finance curriculum fosters expertise in portfolio management, corporate finance, securities analysis, and international finance, while electives with Wall Street financiers support the pursuit of successful, focused careers.View Courses
Minors add specialty in an additional discipline, which can communicate expertise to graduate schools or prospective employers.
Students in the Culture and the Arts minor study the cultural productions of world cultures and societies: architecture, sculpture, painting, literature, music, drama, religion, and philosophy.
The Economics minor builds upon the economic training all students receive as part of the Core, preparing students for a career in business, data management, government, non-profit, and public policy.
The History minor provides students with an interdisciplinary introduction to the key questions and methods in understanding what events, peoples, and ideas brought humans to the contemporary world.
The International Affairs minor provides students with an interdisciplinary introduction to the key questions, ideas, and institutions that animate contemporary relations among peoples and states.
The International Business minor provides students with a broad-based understanding of key issues in international commerce, politics, and economic development, and offers students the chance to explore opportunities in the global marketplace.
In the journalism minor, students learn about reporting and writing as well as opinion, magazine, and advanced feature writing journalism. Students can submit to the campus newspaper and hear presentations from top journalists funded by the The John McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute.
Students who minor in Literature will encounter a broad range of imaginative works, including the epics of ancient Greece and Rome, the history of poetry in the English language, the plays of Shakespeare, and a sampling of classics from Europe and America.
The media studies minor trains students to examine our society’s conversation with itself and understand how it relates to our public and private choices in areas such as entertainment, newsgathering and life in our ever-changing democracy.
The philosophy minor surveys the central ideas of the major philosophers, such as Plato and Aristotle; Augustine, Anselm, and Aquinas; and Descartes and Locke, preparing students to read carefully, critically consider the implications of ideas, and make fine distinctions.
The Politics minor incorporates courses in political philosophy, American political history, constitutional law, comparative government, and international relations to prepare students for graduate study in politics or for a career in public service or international affairs.
The pre-law minor prepares students to read and evaluate complex legal materials through courses in constitutional law, literature, legal issues, and financial accounting.
The minor in Technology, Innovation and Design provides students the opportunity to explore various facets of technology and its influence in contemporary culture while also pursuing some basic, highly-sought-after design and technology skills.
The theology minor builds upon the biblical and theological training that all students receive as part of the Core to equip graduates to bring the light of Christ into their careers and communities in ways appropriate to their callings.
King’s Finance faculty include full-time educators and highly experienced adjuncts with important connections on Wall Street.
In 2018 and 2019, the King’s team of students took first place in the prestigious international business competition CapSim. Thousands of students from around the world compete in the biannual competition.Read More
Christina Carter ’13
During her junior year, Christina started an internship at Compass where she began to practice investment banking. She continued the internship through until graduation and then joined the firm full time. Now, she works in finance at the NYC-based Blue Apron.
Kellen DiStefano ’08
After graduating from King’s, Kellen worked for eight years at PEI Funds, a New York investment fund. He then received his M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. At King’s, Kellen says, “I learned how to think critically and communicate clearly, and I sharpened my skills working alongside incredibly talented people in the City.”
Trevor Baier ’14
As a student, Trevor took advantage of our New York City location to take on financial advisory internships at Morgan Stanley, Oppenheimer & Co., and Merrill Lynch. Now he works as a consultant at Capco.
PEI Funds, LLC
The Blackstone Group
Lazard Asset Management