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Investment Science and Portfolio Management Concentration

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The investment science and portfolio management concentration provides theoretical and practical application of security analysis, asset pricing, and dynamic portfolio management for students interested in the investment management field. Students will have the opportunity to apply theoretical models discussed in class by managing funds in the student managed investment club. Students are encouraged to actively participate in the club early in their academic career.

Finance, Banking and Real Estate

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Banking and Financial Markets Concentration Business Finance Concentration Investment Science and Portfolio Management Concentration Legal Studies Concentration Real Estate and Land Use Economics Concentration

Banking and Financial Markets Concentration

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The objective of the Banking and Financial Markets concentration is to provide additional study in the areas of financial management of commercial banks including the organization, operation, financing and functions of banks and certain related financial institutions. This program is specifically designed for those students interested in pursuing careers in banking, bank regulatory agencies, or in related financial institutions, such as credit unions, sales and consumer finance companies, and government agencies.

Business Finance Concentration

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The objective of the business finance concentration is to prepare students for careers in such areas as financial management, capital budgeting, and international financial management. The focus is on the functions of finance in the firm, cash management, sources of financing, the financial system and strategic capital budgeting.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Degree

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...for the Marketing & Sales secondary concentration. Finally, FNBK 3250 is the foundation course for the...

College of Business Administration (CBA)

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...as for the Sales secondary concentration. Finally, FNBK 3250 is the foundation course for the...

FNBK 3250  PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (3 credits)

As a comprehensive introduction to financial management, the course will cover various fields of finance and discuss topics including the time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ACCT 2020, ECON 2200, ECON 2220, MATH 1320 or MATH 1370 or MATH 1930, BSAD 2130 or 3160, ENGL 1160/ENGL 1164 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1160/1164 each with "C" or better and 2.5 GPA.

ZTRFBA FNBKL1  FNBK 3250 LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER EQUIVALENT (1-10 credits)