Finance

Program Goals

The mission of the finance program, in the Department of Business and Entrepreneurship Studies, is to provide high quality finance preparation for professional careers in the dynamic global economy and post baccalaurean education through the provision of basic finance knowledge, skills and general education.

The main goal the finance program, in the Department of Business and Entrepreneurship Studies, is to educate and equip the students with the basic finance knowledge and skills that enable them to pursue successful careers in the diverse fields of finance and graduate studies.

Outcomes

  1. Identify and explain the primary concepts and practices associated with financial management
  2. Construct optimal portfolios and illustrate the theory’s implications and empirical applications for the financial environment, valuation techniques and investment strategy.
  3. Evaluate the elements and characteristics of money and capital markets.
  4. Calculate and interpret the diverse aspects of international financial management theories and tools
  5. Analyze insurance risk management processes and the alternative risk management tools used for loss control and prevention.
  6. Analyze and apply the principle and practice of corporate financing.

 

Requirements

Courses Credits
ECO 313 - Money and Banking 3
FIN 342 - Advanced Financial Management 3
FIN 345 - Principals of Investment 3
FIN 347 - International Financial Management 3
FIN 447 - Risk Management and Insurance 3
FIN 450 - Cases in Financial Management 3
FIN 453 - Investment Portfolio Management 3
FIN 455 - Financial Institutions Management 3
Total 24 credits

Finance Minor Program

Course Credits
FIN 345 - Principals of Investment 3
FIN 347 - International Financial Management 3
FIN 455 - Financial Institutions Management 3
Any 2 courses from the Finance Major or CEBES Electives 6
Total 15 credits