The minor in Finance is available to undergraduate students from all disciplines. This minor provides students with a strong foundation in areas related to corporate financial management, investment analysis and management, risk management, management consulting, banking, and financial institution administration. It is also built to enhance understanding of basic financial theory, applied financial analysis and financial markets for students pursuing a career in any industry. Courses illustrate the importance of monetary and financial factors in all business functions as well as personal financial management like budgeting and investing.

The primary goal of the Finance minor is to promote financial literacy. In an increasingly complex financial environment, professionals from nearly any discipline require the comprehension of financial skills and concepts in both their professional careers and their personal lives. Specifically, young professionals must know financial terminology, how to manage budgets, how to carefully invest money and resources and how to analyze financial decisions.

Students completing a minor in Finance are required to take 20 credits as listed below:

ACC-101Financial Accounting4
ACC-104Managerial Accounting4
MGT-270Financial Management3
MGT-320Investment Planning3
Choose two of the following courses:6
Introduction to Econometrics
Multinational Finance and Investments
Personal Financial Planning
Advanced Financial Management and Modeling
Portfolio Management
Total Credits20