Financial Services

Students who prepare to be in the Financial Services program (three years) will be adequately prepared to understand personal business-economic issues, solve problems, and enter the labor market in financial institutions, including banking, insurance, and investments. Students enrolled in the Financial Services Program will be members of the local, state, and national chapters of FBLA.

Student Experiences

  • Students develop leadership, social, civic, and career skills
  • Financial management principles and practices
  • Professional Skills developed by business and industry leaders
  • Identify ways checks and balances systems protect financial entities from monetary loss (e.g., dual control, auditing, and prohibited transactions)

Career Opportunities

  • Accountant
  • Budget analyst
  • Personal advisor
  • Auditor

Student Organization and Industry Certification

  • CTSO
  • FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

College Program Partner
Maricopa Community Colleges

Average Annual Wage: $64,770