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  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog

Finance, BS


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Required Credits: 60

Program Code: BS-FIN

Pioneer Success Seminar


Required Course: 1

University Core Curriculum (Business)


Required Credits: 37

Four (4) University Core Curriculum courses are specified by this major:

  • UCC Area 2B, Expression; Writing: ENG 1100  
  • UCC Area 2C, Expression; Literature: ENG 1500  
  • UCC Area 3C, Ways of Knowing; Social and Behavioral Science: ECON 2010  
  • UCC Area 3E, Ways of Knowing; Quantitative: MATH 1170 , MATH 1160  or MATH 1600  

One (1) University Core Curriculum course is completed as part of the major requirements:

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World Languages Requirement


Required Credits: 0-6

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Common Business Core Requirements


Required Credits: 39

Finance Major Required Courses


Required Credits: 6

General Business Elective


Required Credits: 3

Select any Cotsakos College of Business course (2000-4990) from outside the concentration area with the help of an academic advisor. Click here to search for courses.  

 

Technology Intensive Requirement (Business)


Required Courses: 2

One (1) Technology Intensive course is completed as part of the Common Business Core: ACCT 3200 FIN 4450 MGT 3050  or RPS 3200 .

One additional Technology Intensive course is required for graduation.

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Writing Intensive Requirement (Business)


Required Courses: 4

Two (2) Writing Intensive courses are completed as part of the University Core Curriculum: ENG 1100 ENG 1500 

One (1) Writing Intensive course is completed as part of the Common Business Core: MGT 3550  

One additional Writing Intensive course is required for graduation.

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