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Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance

The purpose of the bachelor of business administration degree in finance is to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the methods and techniques employed to manage the financial resources of an enterprise so they can function as business leaders. Emphasis is placed on understanding and managing working capital, long-term capital, capital structure, and dividend policy, and on evaluating a firm’s financial condition and prospects.

  • Graduates should be able to effectively communicate financial theories and analyses.
  • Graduates should have a broad understanding of the functional areas of business and the application of finance to business decision making.
  • Graduates should have an understanding of the financial system of the United States.
  • Graduates should have an understanding of international finance and markets.
  • Graduates should be able to analyze the financial statements of a business enterprise.
Cr. Hrs.
ACCT B205, Intermediate Accounting I
FIN B305, Analysis of Financial Statements
FIN B310, Financial Institutions
FIN B315, Investments
FIN B400, Advanced Financial Management
Finance Electives*
Business Elective

(View Common Curriculum requirements.)

* May choose ACCT B206 or ACCT B300; may NOT include FIN B200.

Updated August 2, 2005