Financial Economics

Financial Economics

Bachelor of Business Administration: Financial Economics

Financial Economics Plan of Study

Financial Economics is designed to provide graduates with a solid foundation in financial analysis, financial markets, financial planning, assets valuation, risks management, and economic theory, to enable them to pursue independent/corporate careers in the financial service industry. On the completion of this degree, you will have knowledge and understanding of:

  • Financial analysis for business entities, commercial banks, securities firms, and government agencies;
  • Investments, their risks, and their expected benefits;
  • Capital budgeting, operations and analysis;
  • Credit management, financial services, and retail brokerage sales;
  • Financial markets, financial planning and asset valuation; and
  • Risk management and economic theory.

Students who wish to major in any of the School of Business programs will be considered PRE-BUSINESS MAJORS until officially admitted to the School. Students must apply for entrance into a specific School of Business program during the second semester of their sophomore year. To be formally admitted to the School of Business, a student must satisfy the following criteria:

  1. Minimum GPA of 2.5
  2. Completion of at least 45 credit hours of college level work
  3. At least grade of “B” in Principles of Macro & Micro Economics
  4. At least a grade of “B” in College Algebra and Survey of Mathematics or Applied Calculus
  5. At least a grade of “C” in English Composition I, II and Advanced Composition or Technical Writing

 

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