Financial Services Minor for Non-Business Majors

Financial Services focuses on how to apply the principles of finance to the firms, services and products that serve the individual and business consumers. The professional opportunities in the financial services areas of banking, insurance, real estate, and financial planning are expanding rapidly. This program provides the non-business major an opportunity to develop career-focused skills in the financial services area. The 18-credit Financial Services Minor for Non-Business Majors will provide some solid skills to apply in a financial career.

Required - 9 credits

Course Number Course Name Credits
6400:200


Foundations in Personal Finance

3
6400:300 Introduction to Finance or 6400:301 Principles of Finance 3
6400:341 Contemporary Investments or 6400:343 Investments 3

Electives- 9 credits

6400:338 Financial Markets and Institutions 3
6400:415 Risk Management & Insurance 3
6400:417 Retirement & Estate Planning 3
6400:436 Commercial Bank Management 3
6400:302 International Corporate Finance 3
6400:323 International Business Law 3
6400:414 Risk Management Property and Casualty 3
6400:438 International Banking 3
6400:448 Advanced Portfolio Analysis 3
6400:473 Financial Statement Analysis 3
6400:481 International Business Finance 3
6400:489 Advanced Financial Analysis 3
6400:490 Selected Topics: Finance 3
Total Credits Required 18