BBA - Banking Concentration
Strayer University's Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking program is designed to help teach students about money, banking, and investments. Read more about this program here.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking
School Offering Program:
Students applying to Strayer University's Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking program should have an aptitude for math or finance. They should also have an interest in working in the banking industry. Applicants to Strayer University should have already earned a high school diploma or equivalent; however, graduate or specialized programs may have additional requirements.
Strayer University's Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking program introduces students to topics central to financial markets and institutions. Students have the opportunity to study bank operations, international banking, and financial management. Courses also cover fundamental business topics, such as accounting, business ethics, economics, information systems, marketing, and business law. Other program requirements include general studies courses, electives, and a capstone project.
Total Credits Required:
Students enrolled in Strayer University may be eligible for federal grants and loans, employer tuition assistance, military benefits, state grants, institutional scholarships, and private loans.
Required Courses for a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking:
Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Strayer University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
Area I-Core Component (27 credits)
- ACC 100: Accounting I
- BUS 100: Introduction to Business
- BUS 107: Fundamentals of E-Business
- CIS 105: Introduction to Information Systems
- ENG 115: English Composition
- MAT 105: Introduction to College Mathematics
Area II-Major Component (27 credits)
- BUS 302: Principles of Management
- BUS 309: Business Ethics
- ECO 100: Principles of Economics
- FIN 100: Principles of Finance
- LEG 100: Business Law I
- MKT 100: Principles of Marketing
Area II-Concentration Component (27 credits)
- BUS 499: Business Administration Capstone
- ECO 320: Money and Banking
- FIN 300: Financial Management
- FIN 350: Financial Markets and Institutions
- FIN 410: Commercial Bank Management and Operations
- ITB 400: International Banking and Finance
Area III-General Studies Component (54 credits)
- ENG 215: Research and Writing
- ENG 240: Communication for Business and the Professions
- HUM 100: Introduction to Art, Music, and Literature
- HUM 101: The Origins of Western Culture
- HUM 200: Logic
- HUM 400: Religion and Philosophy
- MAT 300: Statistics
- POL 300: Contemporary International Problems OR
- ECO 405: Economic Problems and Issues
- PSY 100: The Individual and Society OR
- PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology
- SCI 110: Introduction to Physical Science OR
- SCI 115: Introduction to Biology
- SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 300: Sociology of Developing Countries
Area IV-Elective Component (45 credits)
These courses are selected in consultation with an Academic Advisor.
Furthering Your Education
After earning a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking from Strayer University, students may be interested in continuing their business and finance education in a master's degree program. Earning an MBA or a similar degree may helps students advance their career or prepare to take on more responsibility in their current position.
Master's degree options for program graduates may include but are not limited to:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking
Strayer University's Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Banking program is designed to help prepare students to pursue careers in the finance and banking industries. Graduates may find themselves working with investments, loans, and other financial products.
Positions that graduates could pursue include:
- Loan officer
- Investment banker
- Bank manager