- Purdue University Global - Bachelor and Master of Science in Finance
- SNHU - A.S. in Accounting, B.S. in Accounting, and M.S. in Accounting. M.B.A. in Accounting also available.
- Capella University - Online Finance Degree Programs at the BS, MBA, DBA, and PhD Levels
- Fordham University - Online MS in Global Finance. Bachelor’s degree with a 2.5 minimum GPA required
- The University of Scranton - Master of Science in Finance
- Georgetown University - Online Master of Science in Finance (MSF)
Financial Advisor Salary in Texas
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, personal financial advisors in Texas numbered 12,180 in 2010. This represented the third-highest number of financial advisors in the nation. Their annual mean wage that year was $78,320.
Advisors working in the Dallas-Plano-Irving area earned $90,750 annually on average. Advisors earning in Texas’ 75th percentile made an annual mean wage of $96,130, while those earning within the 90th percentile made an average salary of $165,110.
Stockbroker Salary in Texas
At 25,600, Texas was home to the third-highest number of securities, commodities and financial services sales agents in the nation in 2010, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their average salary that year was $82,360. Areas that paid higher than average included the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown area at $101,540, the Dallas-Plano-Irving area at $84,420, and the Eastern Texas nonmetropolitan area at $104,320. Texas securities agents earning salaries in the 75th percentile made $100,240 on average. Those earning within the 90th percentile made an annual mean wage above or equal to $166,400 annually, producing a figure higher than the Bureau’s reporting ceiling.
Life/Annuity Producer Salary in Texas
Per 2010 data provided by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Texas had the second-highest number of insurance sales agents in the country at 25,160. The mean wage of a Texas insurance agent that year was $57,240. Top paying areas of the state included the Dallas-Plano-Irving area, where the mean wage for insurance agents was $58,810; and the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown area, where the mean annual wage was $66,460. Insurance agents earning salaries in Texas’ 75th percentile made an annual mean wage of $61,100; while those earning in the 90th percentile made an average of $116,020 annually.
Salary and employment data compiled by the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics in May of 2010. These estimates do not include self-employed financial advisors. The Bureau of Labor Statistics always expresses salaries equal to or greater than $166,400 (hourly wage of $80.00) as such and doesn’t provide estimates beyond these totals.