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Economics and Finance

A solid base in economics and finance is a valuable background for any business professional. Economics and finance also provide a strong foundation toward graduate work in economics, business, public administration, law, and international trade. Careers in economics and finance include governmental or business consulting, stock and bond market trading, banking, or international business. Each student's program may be developed with his or her career goals and objectives in mind.

Economics/Finance Club

The Economics/ Finance Club is an organization of students majoring in economics and finance, but open to all students. The club sponsors guest speakers, faculty/student events, field trips and an awards banquet.

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Total Credits Required for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: 123

Requirements for the major
Required Credits: 21
(To fulfill professional major requirements in the standard
degree program for business administration)

Junior and Senior Years Click on any course number to see all course descriptions.
Course # Course Title Offered
EC 311 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis Each semester
EC 312 Managerial Economics [3] Each semester
FIN 430 Investment Analysis [3] Each semester
FIN 450 International Finance [3] Each semester
EC/FIN 480 Internship [3] Each semester

Two elective courses (six credits) should also be selected in consultation with an advisor from the list below.
Course # Course Title Offered
EC 316 The Economics of Public Policy [3] Spring
EC 324 Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets [3] Each semester
EC 354 Economic Growth and Development Spring
EC 450 International Economics [3] Periodic
EC 464 Economics of the City [3] Fall
FIN 360 Cases in Finance [3] Periodic
FIN 420 Intermediate Finance [3] Periodic
FIN 432 Portfolio Management [3] Spring
FIN 436 Real Estate Finance [3] Periodic
FIN 484 Financing a Small Business [3] Fall
FIN 580  Financial Mathematics Spring
BAR 510/511 Applied Financial Analysis and Investments Fall