Minor in Finance
If your career goals involve working in a financial institution, the minor in finance will provide you the additional knowledge and skills essential to your success.
The minor in finance requires completion of 18 credit hours.
|FIN 3010||Corporation Finance||3 credits|
Select five of the following:
|ECN 3025||Intermediate Macroeconomics||3 credits|
|ECN 3210||Monetary Theory & Policy||3 credits|
|FIN 3110||Financial Management||3 credits|
|FIN 3120||Principles of Investments||3 credits|
|FIN 3130||Securities Analysis||3 credits|
|FIN 3150||Banking and Financial Institutions||3 credits|
|FIN 4120||Advanced Financial Management||3 credits|
|FIN 4550||International Finance and Banking||3 credits|
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MGT 2050 Principles of Management (3 cr.)
Provides an overview of management history and theory, schools of management thought, the functions and processes of management, and the environment within which the modern manager operates.
ECN 3025 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3 cr.)
This course expands upon the tools of economic analysis covered in Principles of Macroeconomics. An overview of current macroeconomics events is followed by an in-depth study of the methodologies used to predict economic activity. Prerequisites: ECN 2020 and ECN 2025.
ECN 3210 Monetary Theory & Policy (3 cr.)
Examines the structure and function of the American banking system, the Federal Reserve System, and the function of monetary policy in the regulation of the national economy. Prerequisite: ECN 2025.
FIN 3110 Financial Management (3 cr.)
A continuation of Corporation Finance. Topics include present value analysis, rate of return, and other techniques used to evaluate investment alternatives. Prerequisite: FIN 3010 OR FINC 3010.
FIN 3120 Principles of Investments (3 cr.)
This course covers modern investment theory with applications in the debt, equity and derivative markets, with an introduction to portfolio management. Topics include financial assets, risk/return, bond yields, durations, option pricing, and futures. The concepts can be applied to personal investing, but the course is geared more toward institutional investing. Prerequisite: FIN 3010 or FINC 3010.
FIN 3130 Securities Analysis (3 cr.)
Securities Analysis: Builds on the foundation of investment management developed in FIN 3120 by focusing on the management of funds of institutional investors, including insurance companies, pension funds, and foundations. Prerequisite: FIN 3120 or FIN 3125.
FIN 3150 Banking and Financial Institutions (3 cr.)
Studies the operation in commercial banks, savings and loan associations, and saving banks. Topics include loans, mortgages, bonds, investments, trusts, marketing, and auditing. Discusses the impact of federal and state regulations on financial institutions. Prerequisite: FIN 3010 or FINC 3010
FIN 4120 Advanced Financial Management (3 cr.)
This course explores the role of the financial manager in finding sources of corporate funds, valuation, and capital budgeting. This course also examines financial forecasting and short and long-term financing. Prerequisites: FIN 3115 OR FINC 3115 OR FIN 3110 OR FINC 3110
FIN 4550 International Finance and Banking (3 cr.)
Topics include international monetary systems, foreign exchange markets, exchange rates, international financial institutions, and capital markets. Prerequisite: FIN 3010 and ECN 2025