Finance Schools in Minnesota
A degree in finance can help you get a job in banking and other related industries. Some possible job titles include financial planner, who works with working individual clients, financial manager, who manages a bank or other financial institutions, loan officer, or credit analyst. Finance schools in Minnesota are usually part of a larger college or university, and offer associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees. Coursework includes training in financial management, accounting, banking, credit, personal finance, taxation, financial planning, and law. Depending on the level of their studies, students who complete their degree may be eligible to take an exam to become Certified Financial Planners (CFPs).