FINANCIAL ECONOMICS: focuses on financial markets with courses in accounting, business, and economics.This strengthens studentsí ability to use statistical techniques, to make financial decisions, and to forecast financial performance and economic activity. Graduates start careers in banking, investment analysis, and portfolio management, or pursue graduate studies in business, economics, or finance.

 

FINANCIAL ECONOMICS MAJOR, 2010-2011:

 

Successfully complete at least 128 semester hours, including at least 80 outside the major.

 

SPECIFIC COURSE REQUIREMENTS CHECK SHEET

 

Done (√ )

Major: disciplinary and supporting

Course title

 

ECO 150

Economic Reasoning

 

ECO 152

The Macroeconomy

 

ECO 220

Statistics

 

ECO 310

Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

 

ECO 320

Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

 

ECO 340

Money and Banking

 

ECO 365

International Trade & Finance

 

ECO 385

Financial Economics

 

ECO 601

Econometrics (capstone)

 

 

 

 

BA 350

Finance

 

BA 380

Investments

 

 

 

 

ACC 201

Principles of Accounting I

 

ACC 202

Principles of Accounting II

 

ACC 305

Intermediate Accounting I

 

ACC 306

Intermediate Accounting II

 

 

 

 

MTH 131 or higher

Applied Calculus

 

 

 

 

First year program

 

 

INQ 111

Intro to Liberal Arts

 

WRI 111

Writing

 

SPE 111

Intro to Public Communications

 

 

 

 

IP's (enter specific courses below)

 

 

FL:

Foreign Language thru 201

 

HC:

Humanity and Culture

 

QR:

Quantitative Reasoning

 

RP:

Religious and Philosophical Thought

 

SD:

Scientific Discover

 

ST:

Social Thought and Tradition

 

VP:

Visual and Performing Arts

 

 

 

 

Cluster courses (enter specific course pair below)

 

CL 1 & 2:

 

 

 

 

 

Wellness and Physical Education

 

 

PEi 101

Wellness

 

PEi:

Aquatics (or show proficiency)

 

PEi:

PE activity course (or varsity season)

 

PEi:

PE activity course (or varsity season)