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Finance is all about managing money. In the finance program of study, students will be provided with a more general education of banking, financial markets, and best practices for the industry and market analysis. A career in fiancé is exciting and rewarding. It attracts young people who are very ambitious but who also have a head for economics, accounting and the ability to quickly grasp and process complex financial concepts and data. Jobs may include management consultants, traders/stockbrokers, accountants, financial managers or a CFO, actuaries, external auditors, or a financial analyst.
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Program Curriculum


First Semester
  • English Composition I ENG 1113
  • College Algebra MAT 1313
  • **Fine Arts Elective (3)
  • *Business Elective (3)
  • History Elective (Continuous) (3)
Total 15 Hours
Second Semester
  • English Composition II ENG 1123
  • General Psychology PSY 1513
  • Public Speaking I SPT/COM 1113
  • *Business Elective (3)
  • History Elective (Continuous) (3)
Total 15 Hours
First Semester
  • Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2113
  • The Legal Environment of Business BAD 2413
  • Principles of Accounting I ACC 2213
  • Business Calculus I MAT 1513
  • Natural Science w/Lab (4)
Total 16 Hours
Second Semester
  • Principles of Microeconomics ECO 2123
  • Business Statistics BAD 2323
  • Principles of Accounting II ACC 2223
  • Literature Elective (3)
  • Natural Science w/Lab (4)
Total 16 Hours
Consult with your chosen transfer university/college to determine changes to this curriculum.

*Choose from the following Business Electives:
BAD 1113 Introduction to Business
BAD 1121 Business Seminar I
BAD 2213 Introduction to Marketing
BAD 2513 Introduction to Management
BAD 2533 Computer Applications in Business & Industry
BAD 2813 Business Communications
BAD 2853 Business Ethics

**ART 1113 Art Appreciation, MUS 1113 Music Appreciation, or SPT 2233 Theatre Appreciation
Enrollment in a minimum of 15 hours each semester is recommended for eligibility for state aid, institutional scholarships, and the tuition break.