Commercial Banking Program
The Commercial Banking Program (CBP) at Mays Business School, a flagship internship program in the Department of Finance, is designed to equip students with the best practices for a career in commercial banking. CBP provides a rich developmental environment by combining formal learning, industry experience, and professional mentoring.
Key benefits of CBP include:
- Coursework specifically designed to develop banking industry skills
- One compensated internship
- Mentorship with banking executives
- Social networking events with peers, former students, and banking professionals
- Credit Analyst Certification sponsored by Risk Management Association (RMA)
- Certificate in Commercial Banking (Undergraduate business honors/finance majors only)
- Master of Financial Management option
- FINC 463 – Seminar in Commercial Banking ( major elective, 3 credit hours) Fall Only
- FINC 462 – Commercial Bank Management (major elective, 3 credit hours) Spring Only
- FINC 464 – Commercial Credit Analysis (major elective, 3 credit hours) Spring only
- FINC 484** – Internship (general elective, 0-3 credit hours) Summer Only
- FINC 485 – Marketing Financial Products & Services (major elective, 3 credit hours) Spring Only
- **- FINC 484 is offered in the summer in residence with a member bank.
Please contact Ms. Jennifer Garcia, undergraduate CBP Advisor, for questions on the CBP curriculum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to admission, all Commercial Banking Program (CBP) applicants will interview for potential internship placement with a CBP board member bank. Only the students who are selected for internships will be accepted into the program. The selection criteria is at sole discretion of CBP member banks.
If you’d like more information, you are encouraged to join the Banking-recruiting listserv.
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