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This course is intended to develop an intermediate level of understanding of financial analysis and decision making, as well as an understanding of the context within which these skills are used, through an in-depth exploration of the essential mathematical operations that underpin advanced finance courses. Critical thinking and computer literacy will be enhanced using MS Excel for spreadsheet calculations and model building.

Prerequisite(s): FNBK 3250 with a C+ or better and 2.5 overall GPA. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Banking and Financial Markets Concentration

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

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.

Investment Science and Portfolio Management Concentration

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.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Degree

...for the Sales secondary concentration. Finally, FNBK 3250 & FNBK 3300 are the foundation courses for...

College of Business Administration (CBA)

...for the Sales secondary concentration. Finally, FNBK 3250 & FNBK 3300 are the foundation courses for...