1829 - Finance

General

Program Title
Finance
Degree Designation
BS
Program Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
On Campus
Program Description
This program prepares the student for positions as financial managers and investment analysts in private business or non-profit organizations and within governmental units. Those completing the program are qualified for employment in the securities industry, financial intermediaries, financial management or investment organizations, international finance, corporate finance, banking industry and in government regulatory, administrative, or service agencies.
Department(s)
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
College/School
Herberger Business School
Status
Active

Requirements

Credits: 88

Program Requirements

Business Core (22 credits): HBS 211, MGMT 201, MKTG 220, FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 333 or ENGL 332 or CMST 341. Finance Major Required Courses (21 credits): FIRE 373, FIRE 375, FIRE 378, FIRE 471, FIRE 472; ECON 471; ACCT 371.

Electives

Select at least four electives, one from Group I, two from Group II and one from Group III (12 credits). Group I: FIRE 473, FIRE 474, FIRE 481, FIRE 487. Group II: FIRE 372, FIRE 386, FIRE 473, FIRE 474, FIRE 475, FIRE 476, FIRE 479, FIRE 480, FIRE 481, FIRE 483, FIRE 484, FIRE 487, FIRE 490, FIRE 498. Group III: FIRE 372, FIRE 386, FIRE 427, FIRE 473, FIRE 474, FIRE 475, FIRE 476, FIRE 479, FIRE 480, FIRE 481, FIRE 483, FIRE 484, FIRE 487, FIRE 490, FIRE 498; ACCT 482, ACCT 483; MKTG 415, BLAW 434, BLAW 436; MGMT 462, MGMT 365, MGMT 479, MGMT 452, MGMT 470; MATH 211, MATH 212, MATH 222, MATH 312; PHIL 481; CMST 211, CMST 213, CMST 341, CMST 441; ECON 405, ECON 406, ECON 417, ECON 460, ECON 470, ECON 472, ECON 485, ECON 486; IS 150, IS 341, IS 356.

Admission To Teacher Education: 0

Upper Division Writing Met

HBS Assessment Plan

Admissions Requirements

Notes

2.5 Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level Business School courses. Department permission required for all other students. Some of the required courses will count in the Liberal Education Program.

See program website for additional information.

Learning Outcomes

Objective
1. Our students will be effective written and oral communicators.
Objective
2. Our students will be competent problem solvers.
Objective
3. Our students will be effective collaborators
Objective
4: Our students will be competent in the business core.
Objective
Our students will be competent in their respective disciplines/majors.

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