LKCM Center for Financial Studies supports TCU undergraduate and graduate
students interested in pursuing finance careers. We provide scholarships and
access to Bloomberg Professional® services and Wharton Research Data Services.
Undergrads can choose from two majors and a minor, while graduates can choose to study
Corporate Finance or Investments. You also benefit from special programs and
student organizations to enhance your finance expertise.
TCU Educational Investment Fund
Experience real market forces as you invest a $1.5 million portfolio of stocks and bonds. This highly competitive program accepts applications from both undergraduate and graduate TCU students. You will execute trades, convince associates of your investment proposal and learn the merits of sound asset diversification. With this exceptional experience, TCU students have gone on to successful Wall
Chartered Financial Analyst
The CFA designation is the most prestigious set of credentials in the global investment management industry. Like lawyers taking the bar or accountants taking the CPA exam, financiers who want to rise to the highest levels focus on the CFA exams. TCU’s CFA courses are taught by an expert in investment and portfolio management with a strong record of pass rates. The courses are open to both undergraduate and graduate TCU students.
Transaction and Investment Professionals (TIP) Board Program
It’s all about the hire. The average annual job placement from TCU finance majors has tripled since the founding of the TIP program in 2014. Successful TCU alumni in the field prepare and mentor select finance students with resumes, interview preparation, internships and careers.
TCU Financial Management Association
Network with executives in finance, banking and investments to further your career potential. Tour companies and hear company presentations.
TCU Real Estate Club
Network with real estate professionals at speaker events, attend site visits, receive listing in the club's resume book and participate in the spring and fall career fairs.
Meredith Fraker Thompson Memorial Scholarship
We offer two $6,500 scholarships annually to senior TCU finance majors selected for high academic merit, strong work ethic and leadership characteristics. The scholarships include internships at Luther King Capital Management in Fort Worth. The donors established the scholarship following the untimely death of TCU alumna Meredith Fraker Thompson to honor her memory.
LKCM Center for Financial Studies Scholars
We offer two $4,500 scholarships annually to deserving TCU finance majors based on quality of character, performance in academics, participation in extracurricular activities, volunteerism, demonstrated leadership, and potential to achieve an exemplary career in finance.
We offer several scholarships to undergraduate and graduate TCU students who take the CFA® preparation classes to help pay for study materials and exam fees.
Bloomberg Professional® Services
Bloomberg is an international organization that provides news, data and analysis to the business community, including real-time pricing, historical pricing, indicative data, analytics and electronic communications, 24 hours a day through the Bloomberg Professional® service.
Wharton Research Data Services
Wharton Research Data Services provides instant, easy access to the databases that define empirical research in the fields of accounting, banking, economics, finance, insurance, management, marketing, public policy, risk management and
TCU Finance Major
TCU Finance Major with Real Estate Concentration
TCU Finance Minor