Minor in finance


A Minor in Finance will provide students with a broad understanding of the principles and practices needed to make financial decisions in corporations. The student who graduates with a minor in Finance will be able to:

  • Master the current methods for analyzing, interpreting, and reporting financial information.
  • Estimate short-and-long terms financing needs.
  • Prepare and analyze capital budgeting projects.
  • Describe the different dimensions of international finance and trade.
  • Think critically, analyze information, and solve problems related to complex financial crises.
  • Use computers and financial software for financial analysis and presentation.

Students are required to use the following table:

Course #

Description

Credits

Prerequisite

ACO 201

Principles of Accounting I

3

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BAF 311

Principles of Financial Management I

3

ACO 202,STA 206

BAF 312

Principles of Financial Management II

3

BAF 311

CHOOSE TWO OF THE FOLLOWING

BAF 321

Fundamentals of Investments

3

BAF 312,STA 207

BAF 315

Financial Institutions & Markets

3

BAF 311

BAF 352

Commercial & Investment Banking

3

BAF 312, BAF 315

BAF 421

Advanced Investment Finance

3

BAF 321

BAF 433

International Business Finance

3

BAF 311,ECN 212

BAF 438

Credit Analysis & Commercial Lending

3

BAF 312

BAF 450

Futures & Options

3

BAF 321

BAF 452

Financial Modeling

3

BAD 323, BAF 321

BAF 485

Advanced Corporate Finance

3

Senior standing

Total

 

15 cr.

 

Suggested Program:
First semester
ACO 201 Principles of Accounting I

Second semester
BAF 311 Principles of Financial Management I

Third semester
BAF 312 Principles of Financial Management II

Fourth semester
Two minor elective courses

The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics is a member of AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.