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Financial Economics Concentration

Concentration Requirements

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Requirements for the business administration major concentration in Financial Economics, in addition to the University core and language requirements are as follows:

Financial Economics Concentration (24 credits):

ECON 330Managerial Economics
ECON 340 Macroeconomic Analysis
FIN 330 Corporate Financial Management
FIN 370Investments: Analysis and Mgt.

Plus two from any emphasis:

Economic Emphasis

ECON 350International Economics
ECON 370Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 400Topics in Economics
ECON 450Economics of Development
MGT 350International Business

Finance Emphasis

FIN 310 or ACC 310Financial Stat. Analysis
FIN 350 Financial Markets
FIN 410 Intl. Financial Management
FIN 420Financial Inst. Management
MGT 350International Business

Major Requirements (40 Credits):

ACC 230Principles of Accounting I
ACC 240Principles of Accounting II
BAD 110 or CSCI 100Business Information Systems or Introduction to Computing
CSCI 100Introduction to Computing
BAD 220 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
BAD 250Business Communications
BAD 320Marketing
BAD 399Internship Seminar
BAD 490Business Policy
ECON 230Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 240Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 320Business Finance
MGT 280 Management Principles and Practice
MGT 330Production Operations Management

Core Requirements (35 credits):

CORE 100 New Student Orientation
CORE 110 Communication I
CORE 120 Critical Thinking
CORE 130 or MATH 101Mathematics
CORE 140 Communication II
CORE 210The Varieties of Literature
CORE 220The Creative Arts
CORE 230Natural Science
CORE 250 Humanities: Thought and Exp.
CORE 360The World and Its Peoples

Foreign Language (12 credits):

SPAN or FREN 101Elementary I
SPAN or FREN 102Elementary II
SPAN or FREN 200Intermediate

General Electives (5 credits)

Required Cognates (8 Credits):

Choose One

BAD 260Applied Statistics
SSCI 280Methods & Statistics for Social Research
NSCI 360Statistics

Choose One

BAD 200 Applied Calculus for Business and Economics or
MATH 120Calculus I