Quinnipiac University
Finance students in the Lender School of Business.

Areas of Interest

Business and Finance

Not only does the business world constantly evolve, but it has many complexities. Our programs cover everything students need to learn from finance to entrepreneurship to accounting and more. Within the Terry W. Goodwin ’67 Financial Technology Center, you will utilize analytical tools to manage current and future budgets, including spending and income, and simulate trades. Students are encouraged to explore numerous opportunities for internships and tap into our vast alumni network to connect with employers and foster relationships that often lead to full-time jobs after graduation.

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By the Numbers

+7% In Demand

The projected percentage change in employment from 2021 to 2031 for business and financial occupations. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2022)

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+7K Working Partnerships

The Quinnipiac University Handshake online job portal contains more than 7,000 local and international employers to connect with.

Navigate the ever-changing business world with confidence

The degrees, programs, resources and faculty within the School of Business ensures that all students are fast-tracked toward a successful career in the competitive field of business and finance.

We continue to invest in our facilities to ensure that your business education meets the ever-changing needs of the market. The Innovation Hub encourages interdisciplinary thinking across our campuses and sparks exciting new ways to create 21st-century solutions, while our academic Centers and Institutes pair our students and faculty together to transform in-class academic theory into real-world solutions.

The School of Business also supports an active community with 17 student clubs and organizations, such as the $3 million dollar Student Managed Portfolio, the Microlending Initiative and the Entrepreneurship Club. In addition, our students take part in many business competitions and establish relationships with industry-leading professional associations.

Each undergraduate major in the School of Business can also be paired as part of a dual-degree program, enabling students to begin their careers with stronger credentials and cross-functional expertise. 

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Sparking new business ideas

Facilities and Resources

The School of Business is a hub for learning, networking, collaborating and innovating. You can work on projects in our team study rooms; access real-time financial, accounting and economic information in the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center; collaborate on your business idea in the M&T Bank Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; and build your network with one of the programs offered by the M&T Bank Center for Women and Business.

Terry W. Goodwin ’67 Financial Technology Center

Professor teaching in the Lender School of Business financial center.

The Terry W. Goodwin ’67 Financial Technology Center features a classroom and laboratory where students learn to use the data, technology, investment tools and trading platforms they will encounter in their internships and jobs. These amenities include:

  • A state-of-the-art investment and trading center designed to facilitate both team-based projects and individual research and analysis

  • Twelve Bloomberg Professional Terminals providing access to real-time market data

  • S&P Capital IQ for financial, accounting, economic and industry data that is accessible on campus or remotely

  • Real-world trading simulations, financial models and stock valuation tools that bridge the gap between theory and practice

  • A student-managed portfolio valued at $3 million

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