Banking and Financial Markets Concentration

The objective of the Banking and Financial Markets concentration is to provide additional study in the areas of financial management of commercial banks including the organization, operation, financing and functions of banks and certain related financial institutions. This program is specifically designed for those students interested in pursuing careers in banking, bank regulatory agencies, or in related financial institutions, such as credit unions, sales and consumer finance companies, and government agencies.

 

For this concentration, students complete a total of eighteen (18) credit hours, including fifteen (15) credit hours in required courses, and three (3) credit hours in concentration electives. The completion of specified courses in business finance, banking, and investment science and portfolio management may be applied toward concentration requirements in all three areas.

Banking and Financial Markets Required Courses (15 credit hours)

 

FNBK 3400Investment Principles and Practices

3 credits

FNBK 3500Financial Markets

3 credits

FNBK 3650Commercial Bank Management

3 credits

FNBK 3700International Financial Management

3 credits

FNBK 4150Intermediate Financial Management

3 credits

Banking and Financial Markets Concentration Electives (3 credit hours)

 

FNBK 3000Financial Reporting and Analysis

3 credits

FNBK 4500Special Problems in Finance and Banking

3 credits

FNBK 4510Finance and Banking Internship

1 - 3 credits

FNBK 4590/BSAD 8596Risk Management for Business Managers

3 credits

FNBK 4600/BSAD 8606Investment Risk Management

3 credits

FNBK 4610Portfolio Management

3 credits

Banking and Financial Markets Concentration Recommended electives

 

ACCT 3020Basic Federal Income Taxation

3 credits

ACCT 3030Intermediate Financial Accounting I

3 credits

ACCT 3040Intermediate Financial Accounting II

3 credits

ACCT 3050Intermediate Managerial Accounting

3 credits

RELU 4400Residential Real Estate Finance

3 credits