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Finance Program at CBU is the 2019 Best for the Money in Tennessee

MEMPHIS – The accredited degree program in Finance at Christian Brothers University (CBU) has been ranked as a “Best Value for the Money” in the annual nationwide ranking of U.S. colleges and universities by College Factual.

National Rankings Review
The Finance program at CBU is ranked #28 out of 378 programs at colleges and universities in the United States reviewed as “Best for the Money.” This places CBU’s Finance program in the Top 10% of all such programs in the country reviewed by College Factual for value. See the full ranking of Best Finance Schools for the Money.

State Rankings Review
In addition, CBU's Finance program ranked #1 out of 8 colleges in Tennessee for value. This makes CBU the best value school in the state for Finance majors. See the full ranking of Best for the Money Finance programs in Tennessee.

Superior Outcomes at CBU for Students Earning Finance Degrees
Based upon PayScale survey data*, students graduating from CBU with accredited degrees in Finance realize early-career earnings of $39,740 and mid-career earnings of $84,553. Learn more about Finance & Financial Management as a major.

About This Ranking
College Factual’s Best Finance Schools for the Money Ranking considers the average yearly cost of the school, the average time students take to graduate, and the quality the school provides to students. This means schools who rank highly are offering a good value for the money for Finance graduates.

About College Factual
College Factual, located in Troy, New York, is the leading source of data analytics and insights on college outcomes. It provides in-depth coverage for over 2,500 colleges and universities and over 350 college majors. These insights are available to students from over 200 countries interested in pursuing accredited college degree programs in the United States. Learn more about the methodologies employed by College Factual.

*Salary data is estimated by College Factual using 2013 data provided by PayScale.

Posted by Cory Dugan at 11:27 AM