All freshmen enter Mays majoring in BUAD. Lower-level business students (freshmen and sophomores) receive advising from Undergraduate Advising Office in room 238 of the Wehner Building. They advise students which lower-level courses are needed to apply for upper division status and declare a major.
Finance student profiles are diverse, but generally possess the following skills and characteristics:
- Problem solvers who thrive under pressure
- Analytical thinkers who understand the time value of money
- Energetic leaders with excellent communication, public speaking, and presentation skills
We provide students with the opportunity to build their professional perspectives through engagement in internships, High Impact Learning Opportunities, and certificate programs.
Our alumni are employed in an esteemed network of agencies in a range fields including:
- Commercial banking
- Wealth management advising
- Investment banking
- Corporate finance
The Business Student Council offers many opportunities for networking throughout the year, including a multi-day career fair attended by nearly 200 industry professionals.
Together, Texas A&M University and the finance department offer a number of scholarship opportunities for current and prospective students.
The Maroon Fund is a student organization that provides an opportunity for live angle capital fund management under the oversight and mentoring of Research Valley Funds and member investors.