Banking & Financial Economics

B.B.A. with Major in Banking & Financial Economics 

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
ENGL 110 College Composition I 3
MATH 103
College Algebra
or Applied Calculus I
or Calculus I
Essential Studies: Social Science (non-economic course) 3
Essential Studies: Fine Arts 3
Elective 3
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences 3
Essential Studies: Humanities 3
Essential Studies: Oral Communication 3
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Essential Studies: Analyzing Worldviews 3
Sophomore Year
ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I 3
Essential Studies: Lab Science 4
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Essential Studies: Diveristy of Human Experience 3
ECON 210 Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics 3
ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II 3
Essential Studies: Advanced Communication 3
ECON 303 Money and Banking 3
MGMT 300 Principles of Management 3
ISBA 217 Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems 3
Junior Year
ECON 308 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3
FIN 310 Principles of Financial Management 3
ECON 305 Principles of Banking I 3
Essential Studies: Fine Arts or Humanities 3
MRKT 305 Marketing Foundations 3
ECON 309 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and Policy 3
Elective 6
ECON 306 Principles of Banking II 3
MGMT 301 Operations Management 3
Senior Year
FIN 360 Capital Market Financing and Investment Strategies 3
FIN 340 Intermediate Financial Management 3
Elective 6
ECON 438 International Money and Finance 3
MGMT 475 Strategic Management 3
Elective 8
ECON 405 Bank Regulation 3
 Total Credits120

Students must complete enough electives to bring total credit hours up to the 120. Special Emphasis courses can fulfill an essential studies requirement (example-History 104, US History, will count toward the Diversity of Human Experience as well as the Humanities area). Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements.

Recommended free electives include 300- and 400-level ACCT, ECON and FIN courses.