This concentration is part of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. For information about the general study and business core requirements, go here.
At the heart of the business world, finance is a discipline closely related to accounting and also to economics. Jobs in finance specialize in areas such as banking, investments, insurance, real estate, personal financial planning, currency exchange, pension and retirement planning, valuation of businesses, working capital management, and capital budgeting. Many finance professionals seek certification, such as Certified Financial Analyst or Certified Financial Manager.
Requirements: (For course descriptions, go here.)
|ACCT 321||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|ACCT 322||Intermediate Accounting II||4|
|FINA 441||Financial Markets & Institutions||4|
|FINA 488||International Trade and Finance||4|
|Two of the following three FINA courses:||8|
|FINA 365||Risk and Insurance, 4|
|FINA 367||Real Estate, 4|
|FINA 460||Methods of Forecasting, 4|
|ACCT Elective||Upper division ACCT elective||4|
Last update on September 25, 2014