Major in Banking

This program is available in on-campus, hybrid, and online delivery formats.

Explore new opportunities with MSU Denver’s unique and in-demand Banking degree. Learn from experts in the financial sector as you learn how financial institutions handle funds, manage risk, meet client needs, and comply with an ever-evolving set of laws and regulations. Graduates of the banking degree program are highly sought after for their diverse skill set throughout Colorado and nationwide.

Become a Leader in the Banking Industry

Banks, credit unions, and the financial services industry need thousands of new employees every year. There’s a high demand—and high salaries—for college graduates who understand how financial institutions handle funds, manage risk, meet client needs, and comply with an ever-evolving set of laws and regulations.

The innovative and unique Bachelor of Science in Banking from MSU Denver prepares students for an interesting and secure career in the financial services industry.

Benefits of Earning Your Degree at MSU Denver

Located walking distance from Denver’s downtown financial district, MSU Denver is on the Auraria Campus, offering you nearby access to internships, jobs and volunteer experiences with local and state government, businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Career Opportunities for Our Graduates

Finance HeaderA banking and finance degree can broaden your career options to include opportunities such as managing

  • banking operations
  • risk analysis
  • financial markets and institutions
  • personal selling


AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) Accredited Seal

Only 5 percent of the world’s business programs are AACSB-accredited and MSU Denver’s College of Business is one of them.

AACSB accreditation represents the gold standard for business education worldwide. When you attend an AACSB-accredited program, you know that it’s passed AACSB’s rigorous standards.

A Solid Core, Two Optional Concentrations

All Banking majors take major core classes on topics such as managing banking operations, risk analysis, financial markets and institutions, and personal selling.

Students also choose major electives, including one of two optional concentrations:

  • Compliance covers the culture and practice of compliance, the regulatory environment of banking, and the essentials of information security.
  • Financial Analysis teaches investment strategies, financial modeling, securities analysis, and portfolio management.

Click here for a complete description of the Banking degree requirements and options.

If you have any questions or want more information, contact us.

Contact the Department of Finance

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 173362 CB 75
Denver, CO 80217-3362

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 303-615-0648
CBUS Advising: 303-615-1114

Email: [email protected]

College of Business Dean’s Office
(303) 615-1113