2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Major in Finance (BA/BS)

72 credits

Miller College of Business core, 45 credits

ACC 201Principles of Accounting 1

3

ACC 202Principles of Accounting 2

3

BL 260Principles of Business Law

3

ECON 201Elementary Microeconomics

3

ECON 202Elementary Macroeconomics

3

ECON 221Business Statistics

3

FIN 300Principles of Finance

3

ISOM 125Introduction to Business with Integrated Computer Applications

3

ISOM 210Business Information Systems

3

ISOM 249Foundations of Business Communication

3

ISOM 351Operations Management

3

MATH 132Brief Calculus

3

MGT 300Managing Behavior in Organizations

3

MGT 491Business Policy and Strategic Management

3

MKG 300Principles of Marketing

3

Total Credit Hours:45

Finance core (required of all finance majors), 18 credits

FIN 301Intermediate Finance

3

FIN 310Investments

3

FIN 320Markets and Institutions

3

FIN 410Portfolio Management

3

FIN 420Treasury Management

3

FIN 490Decision Making in Finance

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Electives, 9 credits from

ACC 301Intermediate Accounting 1

3

ACC 302Intermediate Accounting 2

3

ACC 305Accounting Information Systems

3

ACC 306Intermediate Management Accounting

3

ACC 401Introduction to Taxation

3

BL 367Principles of Estate Planning

3

ECON 301Intermediate Microeconomics

3

ECON 302Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

ECON 421Mathematical Economics

3

ECON 424Introduction to Econometrics

3

ECON 441The Theory of Monetary Policy

3

FIN 352Global Finance

3

FIN 369Internship in Finance

3 OR 6

FIN 445Financial Statement Analysis

3

FIN 497Independent Study in Finance

3

RMI 270Principles of Risk Management and Insurance

3

RMI 330Employee Benefits and Retirement Planning

3

Total Credit Hours:9

Total Credit Hours: 72

To pursue this program, students must have sufficient mathematical preparation to meet the prerequisite for ECON 221. The prerequisite for ECON 221 is a C or better grade in MATH 111 or a passing grade (D- or better) in MATH 132, MATH 161, MATH 162, MATH 165, or MATH 166 and a C or higher grade in ISOM 125. MATH 132 simultaneously substitutes for the University Core Curriculum math requirement.