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Bachelor of Science, Financial Economics

Objectives: To provide professional training for students who plan to enter economics careers and to provide the necessary background for the student who plans to pursue graduate work in the field of economics.

Administrator: Chair, Department of Business and Economics

Requirements: 55 credits; completion of the prescribed courses.

Core Courses (34 credits):
ACCT2060. Financial Accounting (3)
BSNS1110. Introduction to Business (1)
BSNS2330. Business Statistics (3); or,
     MATH2240. Elementary Statistics (3)
BSNS3030. Management Information Systems (3)
BSNS3410. Business Law I (3)
BSNS3510. Principles of Marketing (3)
BSNS3640. Principles of Management (3)
BSNS3710. Principles of Finance (3)
BSNS3810. Business Ethics (3)
BSNS4600. Global Business Strategies (3)
BSNS4980. Senior Seminar In Business (3)
ECON2410. Principles of Microeconomics (3)

Major Courses (Select 15 credits):
ECON2420. Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ECON3094. Special Topics in Economics (3)
ECON3150. Managerial Economics (3)
ECON3510. Money and Financial Institutions (3)
ECON3770. Saving and Investing (3)
ECON4050. Global Economics (3)

Elective Courses (Select minimum 6 credits):
ACCT/BSNS/ECON courses offered by the Department of Business & Economics (excludes BSNS2950 and BSNS3950)
CLTA1550. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3); and
     CLTA1550CC. Intercultural Lab 2 (0)
ECON3010. Personal Finance and Stewardship (3)
MATH3240. Probability and Statistics (3)
MATH3280. Modeling and Operations Research (3)
MATH3320. Linear Algebra (3)
POLS3210. Social Science Research Methods (3)
POLS3520. Theories of Politics (3)
POLS3610. Comparative Politics (3)

To earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in financial economics: Complete two semesters of an intermediate foreign language. (62 credits)