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Finance Minor Course Descriptions

Course Schedule

Prerequisite Requirement

Students must have completed and passed college algebra or higher to be eligible for admission.

Prior to Finance Coursework

You will need to obtain a seat in these classes through UAccess.

Presession

Students will complete three of the following four courses offered during Summer I and Summer II sessions.

Summer Session 1

Summer Session II


Finance Minor Courses

ACCT 200. Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 units)
Concepts involved in accounting for assets, liabilities, and owners' equity; financial statements. Prerequisite(s): sophomore standing.
Usually offered: Winter, Spring, Summer
ACCT 250. Survey of Accounting (3 units
This course provides a basic introduction to both financial and managerial accounting topics. It concentrates on concepts and relationships involved in preparing and analyzing financial statements and some basic decision making for internal financial managers.

Usually offered: Fall, Spring

ECON 200. Basic Economic Issues (3 units)
National and international economic issues. An introduction to economic analysis.

Prerequisite(s): two courses from Tier One, Individuals and Societies (INDV 101, 102, 103, 104). Usually offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
FIN 311. Introduction to Finance (3 units)
Financial problems involved in the organization and conduct of business enterprise.

Prerequisites: ECON 200; ACCT 200 or ACCT 250.
Offered: Summer Presession

FIN 301. Principles of Financial Management (3 units)
This course is a seminar on the financial management within a business organization. The course covers sources of financing as well as the basic financial techniques used for making decisions in relation to costing and budgeting, pricing and investments.

Prerequisites: ECON 200; ACCT 200 or ACCT 250; FIN 311.
Offered; Summer I (on-campus)
FIN 302. Personal Investing (3 units)
Personal Investing is a course focusing on the investment decision from the perspective of the individual, rather than the institutional investor. Coverage begins with a discussion of establishing investment objectives and a review of market efficiency. Additional course topics include risk and the principles of portfolio diversification, asset allocation, fixed income assets, equity assets, mutual funds, portfolio strategies and portfolio performance evaluation. Sources of investing information are also discussed.

Prerequisites: ECON 200; ACCT 200 or ACCT 250; FIN 311.
Offered: Summer I (on-campus)
FIN 303. Small Business Finance (3 units)
Small Business Finance is a seminar on the financial management of small businesses – sole proprietorships, partnerships and small private corporations. The purpose of the course is to prepare the student to effectively plan, research, acquire, and utilize financing for a small business. Among the topics covered are economic concepts in finance; small business management functions; business organizations; elements of a business plan; financial statement analysis and forecasting; break-even analysis; working capital management; and risk management. This is an online course.

Prerequisites: ECON 200; ACCT 200 or ACCT 250; FIN 311.
Offered: Summer II (online)
FIN 304. Real Estate Principles (3 units)
Real Estate Principles covers real estate essentials including property rights, legal concepts, regulation of real estate, real estate valuation and financing. This is an online course.

Prerequisites: ECON 200; ACCT 200 or ACCT 250; FIN 311.
Offered: Summer II (online)

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