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Students in the Driehaus College of Business who wish to round out their courses of study with a deeper understanding of financial management, investment banking, financial markets and investment strategy, may choose to minor in Finance.
|FIN 202||QUANTITATIVE REASONING||2|
|FIN 311||CORPORATE FINANCE||4|
|FIN 330||INVESTMENTS: THEORY & PRACTICE||4|
|Two elective courses (8 hours) to be chosen from:||8|
|FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ANALYSIS|
|PRINCIPLES OF STOCK PICKING|
|GLOBAL IPOs & VENTURE CAPITAL|
|IPOs & VENTURE CAPITAL|
|ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT|
|DERIVATIVES: PRICING & APPLICATIONS|
|CASES IN FINANCIAL DECISION MAKING|
|APPLIED INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 1|
|INVESTMENT SEMINAR 1|
|SPECIAL TOPICS (multiple topics may be used)|
|REAL ESTATE ANALYSIS|
FIN 394 and FIN 395 are each 2.0 quarter hours.
The Department of Finance enforces all course prerequisites; exceptions will not be made.
FIN 300 may not be used towards the minor.
Note: FIN 394 and FIN 395 are 2.0 credit hour courses. Students must complete 4.0 credit hours of either the FIN 394 or FIN 395 sequences in order to earn Finance Elective credit. Two hour FIN 398 courses will not satisfy Finance Electives.
FIN 380 is a capstone course. It is recommended that students take this course after the completion of all required finance courses.
All Finance (FIN) courses and any other courses used toward the Finance minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.