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Financial Economics

Requirements for the Major

Economics and Supporting Courses:

ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I
ACC 202 Principles of Accounting II
ACC 305 Intermediate Accounting I
BA 225 Management Information Systems
BA 350 Finance
BA 370 Business Law
BA 380 Investments
BA 591 (x4) Practica: Enactus, Analyst, VITA, Entrepreneurship, Titan Endowment
ECO 150 Economic Reasoning
ECO 220 Statistics
ECO 340 Money and Banking
ECO 365 International Finance
ECO 601 Advanced Finance

Plus, one of the following:

BA 160 Personal Financial Decisions
MTH 131 Applied Calculus

Plus, two of the following:

ACC 306 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 310 Federal Income Taxation
BA 305 Marketing
BA 310 Organizations and Management
BA 590 Internship

 

What can you do with a Financial Economics degree?

Imagine yourself in industry analyst, a banker, a policy advisor, a lawyer, or an economics grad student.