Minor In Finance
The minor in Finance offers students an opportunity to select from among most of the courses offered in the Finance major. The student can either sample broadly from these courses or construct a concentrated theme with the assistance of the minor coordinator. These themes can incorporate managerial finance, investments, and financial markets or financial institutions. Please note that there are significant prerequisites for all Finance courses.
FI 305 - Principles of Accounting and Finance
FI 320 - Financial Markets II or FI 380 Advanced Managerial Finance
1 Finance Elective (except FI 401 and FI 421)
1 Finance Elective or 1 of the following arts and science electives:
CS150 Introduction to Data and Information Management
CS180 Programming Fundamentals
EC251 Development of Economic Thought
EC321 International Growth Development
EC331 Modern Economics
EC343 Health Economics
MA263 Continuous Problems for Risk Management
MA225 Probability Models for Business Decision Making
MA310 Actuarial Topic Problems and Risk Management
MA335 Financial Calculus and Derivative Pricing
MA357 Interest Theory
MA343 Mathematics of Discrete Option Pricing
NASE 309 - The Science and Business of Biotech
Other Arts and Science courses not listed above must be approved by the finance department.
All minors must be approved by the coordinator and declared via the Minors Program Enrollment Form.
Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator.