Yes, PC classes cover the traditional areas of finance — corporate financial management, investment analysis, and financial institutions and markets. But the program — built on a firm liberal arts foundation and reinforced by a values-based philosophy — is anything but traditional. Our students learn how to tackle complex financial challenges supported by technology with high professional and ethical standards and a broad-based perspective. They also gain the practical, out-of-classroom experience that gives them a clear competitive advantage with employers.
Bachelor of Science
The Department of Finance offers a program of study leading to the degree of bachelor of science. In addition, the department offers a minor in finance.
Both programs are designed to expose students to the traditional areas of study within the discipline of finance: corporate finance, investments, and financial institutions.
View degree requirements and current course descriptions
The minor in finance consists of the following required and elective courses and is subject to the approval of the finance department chair:
- ECN 101 and 102 –Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
- ACC 203 – Financial Accounting
- FIN 207-Managerial Finance I
- FIN 218-Financial Markets and Institutions
- FIN 317-Investments
Finance Elective (select one from):
- FIN 308-Managerial Finance II
- FIN 211-Personal Financial Planning
- FIN 320-Insurance and Risk Management
- FIN 325-Entreprenuerial Finance
- FIN 419-International Finance
- FIN 440-Options and Futures
- FIN 445-Portfolio Management
- FIN 495/6-Student Managed Investment Funds