Finance and Commercial Law Programs

Do you like numbers, logic and analysis? Do you enjoy working with people to help them understand complex concepts? If you are a person who enjoys data and details, one of the majors available in the Department of Finance and Commercial Law may be a great fit for your aptitude! In our courses, you will enjoy many hands-on activities that help you practice the core skills needed in the fields of finance and law.

Which program is right for me?


When you're a business student at WMU Haworth, you're surrounded by people who are here to help you succeed. Our peer tutors have been where you are and have great advice on how to navigate assignments and meet expectations. If you need help with anything, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Student Managed Investment Fund

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    Student Managed Investment Fund

    Want to get hands-on experience with portfolio management? The Student Managed Investment Fund course offers you an opportunity to manage a portfolio of approximately $2.6 million of WMU Foundation money. You will develop fundamental research and money management expertise with other undergraduate and graduate finance students.

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Sanford Center

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    Hands-on financial planning from the start

    The Sanford Center for Financial Planning and Wellness is a resource for all students for their personal finances. Majors in personal financial planning have the opportunity to work in the center coaching fellow students and running community events.

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