Minor in Finance Non-Business Majors (24 credits)
Program Student Learning Outcomes
- Our students will be effective written and oral communicators. Students will communicate a business idea using appropriate organization, expression, and mechanics; write competently in their disciplines (assessed in required major courses); and make an effective business presentation.
- Our students will be competent problem solvers. Students will prepare and defend an effective solution to a business case or problem.
- Our students will be effective collaborators. Students will effectively contribute to the completion of group tasks; responsibly fulfill their role(s) in the group; and cooperate with and value the viewpoints of other group members.
- Our students will be competent in the business core. Students will demonstrate understanding of and apply core disciplinary concepts in business; recognize ethical problems and present defensible ethical solutions; and apply global perspectives to business situations.
- Our students will be competent in their respective disciplines/majors. Objectives for this goal are different for each major. Real estate majors will be able to explain and calculate a real estate investment analysis, recognizing the critical elements from the investor’s viewpoint, including the tax impact; describe the critical elements of real estate financing, both residential and commercial (including both the primary and secondary mortgage markets); and describe and apply the real estate appraisal principles, including the three approaches in the appraisal process.
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