HomeAcademics at HSUUndergraduate Major & Minor ProgramsWealth Management Minor Wealth Management Minor The primary objectives for the Wealth Mangement minor are to provide a solid investment management foundation along with knowledge of managing special assets such as real estate for trust companies, investment management firms, private wealth organizations, large foundations, and other companies that specialize in managing stock and investment portfolios. The Wealth Management program is designed to provide students with career opportunities in banking & financial services. A minor in Wealth Management opens up opportunities for students to work in banking, investment and portfolio management, and financial services. This minor fits on any business degree, but is especially appropriate for Finance majors. Contact Us Dr. Doug McIntyre Professor of Business Administration email@example.com 325-670-5817 Majors — Minors Wealth Management Minor Why Minor in Wealth Management at HSU? Lucrative Careers Careers attached to the minor include: commercial banking, iportfolio management, investment banking, trust management, financial planning, etc. Starting salaries are between $50,000-$85,000. HSU Network HSU has alumni contacts in the finance industry at Parkway Advisors, First Financial, Western Bank, Merrill Lynch, Edward D. Jones, and Morgan Stanley. Program Details CoursesClick to Open All courses and course descriptions for each degree type can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog: Wealth Management Minor Courses RequirementsClick to Open All HSU students are eligible for the program. OutcomesClick to Open Careers attached to the minor include: commercial banking, investment banking, trust management, financial planning, etc. The program is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in managing investment portfolios, managing and growing wealth, trust administration as well as course preparation for the Level 1 CFA examination. After graduation, it is suggested that graduates pursue Certified Financial Analyst I, II, & III, Series 6, 7, & 63 investment licensure.