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Finance

The major in Finance consists of courses that explain the operation, organization and impact of the financial management of business firms, financial institutions, governmental units and personal portfolios. Upon completion, students will qualify for entry level positions in commercial and savings banks, other financial institutions, investment banks, government financial regulatory offices, financial department of business enterprises, brokerage houses, real estate organizations and multinational financial institutions.

Required Business Core (33 credits)

Note: This Business Core, or a variant, is required by all business and accounting majors in addition to specific requirements for each major

  • EBAN 101 - Principles of Accounting I - 3 credits
  • EBAN 102 - Principles of Accounting II - 3 credits
  • EBEN 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBEN 102 - Principles of Microeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBFN 101 - Principles of Finance - 3 credits
  • EBMN 101 - Principles of Management - 3 credits
  • EBMN 213 - Business Law I - 3 credits
  • MATN 120 - Pre-Calculus (or exemption) - 3 credits
  • MATN 261 - Statistics for Social Science Majors - 3 credits
  • MCON 140 - Computer Concepts with Business Applications - 3 credits
  • MCON 148 - Advanced Computer Business Applications - 3 credits OR  MATN - 240 Finite Math - 3 credits

Required Major Courses ( 21 credits)

  • EBEN 204 - Money and Banking - 3 credits
  • EBFN 210 - Investment Principles - 3 credits
  • EBFN 220 - Corporate Finance - 3 credits
  • EBFN 310 - Security Analysis - 3 credits
  • EBFN 338 - International Financial Markets - 3 credits
  • EBKN 101 - Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
  • EBMN 493 - Business Policy - 3 credits

Three Electives from the Following: (9 credits)

  • EBAN 209 - Financial Statement Analysis - 3 credits
  • EBEN 408 - International Trade and Monetary Systems - 3 credits
  • EBFN 320 - Portfolio Analysis - 3 credits
  • EBFN 410 - Seminar in Options Trading - 3 credits
  • EBFN 437 - International Trading of Commodities - 3 credits

OR Two electives from the above and one from the following: (9 credits)

  • EBEN 211 - Intermediate Macroeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBEN 212 - Intermediate Microeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBFN 341 - Real Estate Finance I - 3 credits
  • EBFN 342 - Real Estate Finance II - 3 credits
  • EBFN 498 - Internship in Finance - 3 credits
  • PHIN 225 - Business Ethics - 3 credits
  • EBMN 317 - Social and Governmental Environment of Business - 3 credits
  • EBMN 420 - Internet Research Methods for Business - 3 credits
  • MCON 148 - Advanced Computer Business Applications - 3 credits

Any other Economics or Business course approved by Department Chair or Dean.
Total Credits in Program 63