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Financial markets are rapidly evolving by incorporating e-commerce and sales management into the field. While finance is the management of money, banking, investments and credit, those in financial services take these skills further and communicate and advise customers about finance decisions. Financial services majors focus more on the interpersonal side of finance to meet the needs of their clients in this quickly changing environment.

The UToledo John B. and Lillian E. College of Business and Innovation financial services program enables students to choose from a variety of courses to meet their specific needs and interests. Some examples of these are commercial real estate, financial institutions, insurance, investments and sales. In addition, students can gain real-world experience through numerous internship opportunities that often lead to full-time positions. Oftentimes, the workload of a financial services major is self-determined, and this lets students work with accomplished professionals in the financial services field while earning college credit.

Neff College of Business and Innovation financial services students can benefit from a plethora of resources provided by the college, including the John B. and Lillian E. Neff Trading Room. UToledo students use interactive courses of study, such as real and delayed time info from NYSE, Nasdaq, and the Chicago Trading Board, to learn the ins and outs of financial services. 

Learn more about the Financial Services major's plan of study here

Department Information:

Interim Chair: Dr. Kainan Wang
Office: ST 4014
Phone: (419) 530-4317

Visit our Undergraduate Catalog for complete details on all of our programs.

Last Updated: 6/27/22