Colleges for Majoring in Investments and Securities

What colleges offer Investments and Securities classes in 2021?

There are 7 colleges in the U.S. where you can study and earn a degree in Investments and Securities. The average net price to attend these colleges is $15,471 per year.

7 results found

Northern Arizona University
N
Flagstaff, AZ
Northern Arizona University

Public 4 Year

1 reviews

 

  • 31,066enrollment
  • $14,236net price
  • 85%acceptance rate
  • -SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • 3.4Avg GPA
Duquesne University
D
Pittsburgh, PA
Duquesne University

Private 4 Year

1 reviews

#17 Best Private Colleges in Pennsylvania

  • 9,274enrollment
  • $30,732net price
  • 74%acceptance rate
  • 1130-1300SAT range
  • 23-28ACT range
  • 3.7Avg GPA
University of Northern Iowa
N
Cedar Falls, IA
University of Northern Iowa

Public 4 Year

3 reviews

#3 Best Public Universities in Iowa

  • 11,187enrollment
  • $15,760net price
  • 79%acceptance rate
  • 980-1241SAT range
  • 20-26ACT range
  • 3.21Avg GPA
Brigham Young University Hawaii
B
Laie, HI
Brigham Young University Hawaii

Private 4 Year

1 reviews

#1 Best Value in Hawaii

  • 3,176enrollment
  • $12,679net price
  • 97%acceptance rate
  • 1080-1260SAT range
  • 22-27ACT range
  • 3.47*Avg GPA
University of North Dakota
N
Grand Forks, ND
University of North Dakota

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

#1 Best Public Universities in North Dakota

  • 13,847enrollment
  • $15,654net price
  • 81%acceptance rate
  • 1010-1250SAT range
  • 20-26ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
Oakton Community College
O
Des Plaines, IL
 
Oakton Community College

Public 2 Year

0 reviews

 

  • 8,454enrollment
  • $6,341net price
  • 100%acceptance rate
  • -SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
University of Nebraska at Omaha
N
Omaha, NE
University of Nebraska at Omaha

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

#3 Best Public Universities in Nebraska

  • 15,431enrollment
  • $12,899net price
  • 83%acceptance rate
  • -SAT range
  • 19-26ACT range
  • 3.4Avg GPA