Undergraduate Learning Goals
1. Our students will be able to integrate discipline-specific knowledge across functional areas and utilize leadership and team skills to accomplish group tasks.
2. Our students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills through problem identification, analysis and synthesis of data, evaluation of alternatives, and defense of a solution.
3. Our students will be able to conceptualize a complex issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation, demonstrated with the effective use of technology.
4. Our students will understand the importance of social responsibility, diversity, ethics and legal issues.
5. Our students will demonstrate an understanding of global business practices that embraces the opportunities of multicultural, diverse environments, as they relate to local, national and global operations.
- FIN 324 - Financial Markets and Institutions (ECN 324)
- FIN 330 - Principles of Investments
- FIN 336 - Intermediate Corporate Finance
- FIN 436 - Advanced Financial Management
Plus three of the following (two of which must be numbered above 399): Students may not count both FIN 430 and FIN 440 toward the major.
- FIN 331 - Real Estate
- FIN 332 - Risk Management and Insurance
- FIN 430 - Investment Management
- FIN 440 - Portfolio Design and Management
- FIN 431 - Real Estate Investment Analysis
- FIN 433 - Introduction to Speculative Markets
- FIN 434 - Fixed Income Securities and Derivatives
- FIN 437 - Commercial Bank Management
- FIN 438 - Commercial Lending and Credit Analysis
- FIN 439 - Multinational Financial Management
- FIN 495 - Seminar in Finance
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Last updated November 18, 2017