- Purdue University Global - Bachelor and Master of Science in Finance
- SNHU - A.S. in Accounting, B.S. in Finance - Financial Planning, and M.S. in Finance. M.B.A. in Finance 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)
- Liberty University - Master of Science in Finance – Financial Planning
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.