A Bachelor’s in Finance
The finance program at the Reiman School of Finance teaches you not only how to use your financial acumen and leadership skills to respond to immediate challenges, but also how to anticipate changes and adapt to them.
You will have the opportunity to focus on investments, corporate finance, financial institutions and international finance. These experiences will prepare you for careers in business finance, financial strategy, investment and portfolio analysis and for work within financial institutions providing banking, investment and asset/wealth management services.
Join students who come to Daniels from across the U.S. and around the world for a rigorous business education.
Take the next step toward realizing your goal of earning a degree from a top-ranked business college by reviewing Daniels admission information:
Reiman Fund Class
Hands-on Portfolio Management
The Reiman Fund class is an applied portfolio management class that teaches sector analysis, stock selection and portfolio management. Students in this class also learn to use leading industry datasets and analytical tools to identify undervalued stocks.
Student investment recommendations are implemented in an actual stock portfolio, which is part of the University of Denver’s endowment fund. We appreciate the generous support of Scott Reiman, who is a DU alumnus, local investor and prominent philanthropist.
For Business Majors Only
A minor in finance will enable students to explore the financial elements of business organization and government units, focusing on investment, corporate finance, international finance and financial institutions and markets.