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BBA in Finance

The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Finance is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The concentration in Finance presents and integrated treatement of the operational aspects of business financing and investments, and the functions of financial organizations. It also examines the interaction of government and business with respect to financial development and controls. Students majoring in Finance are required to complete 126 credit hours for graduation, of which 30 credits in major requirements, 56 ancillary credit hours are business core, and 34 credits are in general education courses. The program leads to careers in corporate financial management, commercial banking, thrift institution administration, mortgage lending, brokerage of securities, real estate, insurance, financial counseling, and investment management, or to government careers in regulatory agencies and budgeting. An understanding of business statistics leads to careers in business research, operations research, as well as staff advisory to top management.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester (16 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 110Foundation Writing I
3
IGED 130Foundations of Oral Communication
3
MATH 105Intermediate Algebra
3
OADM 104Introduction to Business
3
MGIS 120Computer Applications in Business
3
ORIN 101Freshman Orientation1

 

Spring Semester (15 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 111Foundation Writing II
3
IGED 140Foundation of Ethics
3
OADM 208Business Communications
3
MATH 116Finite Math3
BSEF 214Personal Finance
3

 

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester (15 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 210Discovery Writing
3
ECON 201Principles of Macroeconomics
3
BLAW 214Legal Environ. of Business
3
MATH 215*Calculus for Business, Social and Life Sciences
4
ACCT 201Principles of Accounting I
3

* Calculus will be renamed to 3 credits thus reducing the program to 125 credits.

 

Spring Semester (16 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 260Discovery Science and Environmental Consciousness + Lab4
IGED 270Discovery Local/Global/Cultural Diversity
3
ECON 202Principles of Microeconomics
3
BSEF 220Business Statistics3
ACCT 202Principles of Accounting II
3

 

Junior Year

Fall Semester (15 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 280Discovery Civics/Service/Teamwork
3
MKTG 304Introduction to Marketing Management
3
BGMT 304Introduction to Management
3
BLAW 318Commercial Law
3
BSEF 223Quantitative Business Techniques
3

 

Spring Semester (18 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
BSEF 314Business Finance3
BGMT 414Productions and Operations Management
3
BSEF 307Money and Banking
3
BSEF 318International Finance3
 International Business Elective
3
ECON 311Intl. Macroeconomic Theory3

 

Senior Year

Fall Semester (15 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
MGIS 402Management Info. Systems
3
BGMT 409Organizational Theory and Behavior
3
BSEF 414Security Analysis
3
BSEF 416Financial Institution & Capital Markets
3
BSEF 411Financial Management I
3

 

Spring Semester (15 credits)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit
IGED 392Frontier Exploration Inquiry Capstone3
BSEF 412Financial Management II
3
 Finance/Accounting Elective
3
 Elective (Business or Other)3
BGMT 419Business Policy & Strategy (Last semester only)3