Michigan Ross BBAs go on to land jobs at some of the most sought-after finance firms in the world. Maybe you have your sights set on Wall Street, or maybe you're still considering if finance could be right for you. Either way, we're here to help with an abundance of opportunities to explore.
Our Career Development Office (CDO) offers personal and career exploration resources, job search coaching, interview preparation, and job negotiation training to support students' interest in finance careers. Through CDO, you can also work with a career coach who specializes in helping students prepare for and identify roles in finance, or gain insight from a BBA peer coach on a similar career track. CDO also has a dedicated Industry Relations Manager in finance who manages relationships with companies and source opportunities for students.
Employer Relations Manager
Finance & Real Estate Career Coach
Finance Career Coach
Work with the Finance Action Network
Benefit from a comprehensive overview of finance recruiting through CDO's Finance Action Network. Programming focuses on enhancing networking preparation and introduces you to behavioral and technical interviewing. You'll also explore the different sectors within finance and receive hands-on experience from financial peer coaches. Upon completion of the program, students will be invited to a technical mentorship cohort led by peer coaches in the winter term.
Collaborate with academic and peer advisors to develop an individualized course plan to help you meet your academic and career goals. Identify courses and opportunities at Michigan Ross and across U-M that will stretch your skills and help prepare you for success. Examples of elective courses that students interested in finance may want to consider are included below.
Find out what it really means to manage finance-related activities at an organization. Through our Capstone Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course, choose to work directly with a company to devise creative solutions to a pressing finance challenge.
Get Involved with the Och Initiative for Women in Finance
Complement your finance courses with co-curricular programming from the Och Initiative, which gives students at Michigan Ross the opportunity to learn even more about the world of finance. Gain practical skills to apply in your job search and create a valuable network of connections.
Maize & Blue Fund
An opportunity to manage a real investment fund as a student? You bet. Apply what you learn in the classroom to help manage $500,000 of the University of Michigan's endowment fund.
BBA Finance Club
The BBA Finance Club serves as a resource for students with career interests in finance-related industries, such as investment banking, sales and trading, asset management, and corporate
Learn more about the Michigan Ross experience of other BBA students with an interest in finance-related careers.
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