Western Michigan University graduates with finance degrees work in corporate finance, banking, investments, insurance, real estate and financial advising. Personal financial planning graduates work as personal financial advisors, insurance agents, credit analysts, budget analysts and loan counselors. To learn more about careers in finance, consider meeting with a faculty advisor or visiting the Haworth College of Business Career Center.
The career center, located in 3020 Schneider Hall, facilitates career exploration and professional development through innovative programming and advising, empowering students to launch satisfying business careers.
The career center staff assists students and recent alumni through the career development process. Career advising is available to all undergraduate and graduate business students, as well as recent alumni who are launching their first professional job.
All alumni, regardless of graduation date, are welcome to use our online services, including BroncoJOBS, to apply for job postings. Alumni may also attend our career fairs and download our career development guides.
Students and alumni can meet with a career development specialist during:
- A pre-scheduled 30- or 50-minute appointment.
- Regularly scheduled drop-in hours for 20-minute first-come, first-served appointments.