Money & Finance Minor
Daryl Samsell, Department of Business
Robert B. Williams, Department of Economics
The money and finance minor prepares students to be successful in a wide variety of careers, including banking, investments and international business. Students learn to read and analyze critically an organization’s financial reports and to think strategically about positioning an organization in the financial environment. The money and finance minor provides students with an introduction to the economic environment and basic economic, accounting and finance concepts, a complete introduction to the banking system and tools that can be applied to for-profit and not-for-profit businesses.
The minor enhances and complements major fields of study such as accounting, management and economics. It also prepares liberal arts students with the essential business skills that will enable them to move into a managerial career track later on. Former graduates of this minor have said it provided them with excellent basic preparation for graduate school in business administration.
The minor requires a minimum of 16 credit hours (four courses).
|ACCT 201||Introduction to Accounting||4|
|or BUS 282||Fundamentals of Investing|
|ECON 221||Macroeconomic Principles: “Global Vision: the U.S. in the World Economy”||4|
|BUS 332||Financial Management||4|
|BUS/ECON 333||Money and Capital Markets (ECON 333)||4|
Total credit hours required for money and finance minor is 16 credits