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Finance/Economics

Students with a Finance major are prepared to manage investments, manage risk, budget, and obtain capital, and analyze real estate transactions.  Graduates work in personal finance, business finance, and as entrepreneurs.  They usually achieve professional certifications such as the CFP or CFA.

Courses required for the finance major are:

  • ACCT 201, Principles of Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 202, Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • BAD 201, Business Communications
  • BAD 215, Business Information Tools
  • BAD 301, The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
  • ECON 220, Principles of Macroeconomics
  • FIN 201, Introduction to Financial Management
  • MATH 201, Statistical Concepts and Methods
  • MGT 301, Essentials of Management and Leadership
  • MKT 300, Principles of Marketing
  • ACCT 414, Federal Taxation I
  • BAD 402, Insurance and Risk Management
  • ECON 403, Public Finance and Public Policy
  • ECON 404, Financial Institutions and Monetary Theory
  • FIN 304, Investment Analysis
  • FIN 305, Financial Strategies
  • FIN 307, Corporate Finance
  • FIN 401, Real Estate Investments and Finance

 

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