Create your future @ NCC
Finance Program

Finance Program

Create your future in Finance @ NCC

A new degree just created for you

A new Associates in Science in Insurance and Financial Services is now offered in addition to the Finance and Banking Option.

Here is where the new Finance Program can take you:

Create a career in:

Norwalk Community College has a new degree: Associate of Science in Insurance and Financial Services (hereafter "Finance Program"). The old program was entitled Finance and Banking. Students currently enrolled in this old option under the Management Program may continue through to that degree completion or you can elect to move to the newly licensed and accredited Finance Program.

Mission Statement

In recognizing the ever-increasing importance, complexity and global nature of financial decision-making, the overriding goal is to foster superior development for students seeking, or currently in, finance careers and to provide exceptional pedagogy for transfer to four-year institutions.

Program Description

The Insurance and Financial Services curriculum covers the areas of corporate finance, banking, insurance, and investments. It is designed to provide an integrated view of theoretical and practical aspects of these fields for those preparing for or currently pursuing careers in such disciplines as banking, insurance sales and underwriting, corporate finance, brokerage, foreign trade, lending credit management, insurance, personal finance, investments, and portfolio management. Students also take foundational courses in related business disciplines. Completion of the program leads to the Associate in Science degree.

NCC's Finance Program recruits its faculty members from the world of finance. As a result, professors bring a wealth of experience and practical knowledge to the Program. The curriculum is reviewed by senior executives, financial officers and entrepreneurs in Fairfield County. This helps keep the Program current and fresh.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

For more information, please contact Professor Ronald W. Bealer in W207 or call him at (203) 857-7177