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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Finance and Technology

No financial transaction completed today, from simple checking accounts to complicated mergers and acquisitions, can be accomplished without technology. And the intersection of finance and business analytics with data and machine learning is at the cutting edge of the profession in the 21st century.

Seton Hall’s new Finance and Technology (FinTech) major will enable you to bridge the gap between the finance and technology staffs, uniquely preparing you for the most well-paid and sought-after positions in the financial industry. You will study financial strategy and investment analysis alongside courses in programming and information modeling, and you will do this at one of only two universities in the United States currently offering an undergraduate degree designated concentration in FinTech.

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  • #1 Leadership Development Program Nationwide
  • 10% Programs Nationwide with CFA Recognition
  • 95% Career-Related Employment Rate for Graduates
  • 76% Students with 1+ Internships Completed
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At the Epicenter of Finance

Connor Reynolds sharpened his finance skills at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.


The major itself as well as course selection for FinTech was designed and vetted for industry relevance by the Stillman Finance Advisory Board, which includes executives and managing directors at J.P. Morgan, HSBC Securities, Ayco (a Goldman Sachs company), Investors Bank, Bank of New York-Mellon and FINRA.

Required Prerequisites Core Courses with Minimum Grades:

BITM 2701 Management Information Systems
MATH 1205 Finite Math with Calc for Business
BQUA 2811 Business Statistics
BFIN 2201 Business Finance

Required (15 credits):

BITM 3744 Business Intelligence
BITM 3747 Business Applications of Machine Learning
BFIN 3211 Financial Strategy
BFIN 4227 Investment Analysis
BFIN 4260 Technology of Finance 

Choose ONE Finance Elective Course (3 credits):

BFIN 4262 Corporate Risk Management
BFIN 4230 Portfolio Analysis
BFIN 4255 Financial Modeling

Choose TWO Technology Elective Courses (6 credits):

BITM 3721 Introduction to Programming
BITM 3724 Business Information Modeling
BITM 3727 Advanced Software Tools
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Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics

A vast financial resource network, the Center mimics actual trading room activity that occurs in investment banking: up-to-the-second, market-clearing quotes and the latest global market data and news on frequently traded securities, including stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies.

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Program Faculty

Many of our full-time faculty have attended top Ph.D. programs and are in demand as lecturers, consultants and media experts. Stillman School faculty provide an academic experience characterized by high faculty-student engagement, often partnering with students on research and other projects.

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