Financial Services (FIN)

FIN 1010 — Principles of Money & Banking
3 Credit hours  

Offers a broad overview of the growth and functions of American banking, the economic importance of banks, legal relationship with depositors, services performed, internal controls, and government supervision.

FIN 1250 — Personal Finance
3 Credit hours  

Provides students with a basic understanding of personal money management problems, consumer credit, personal insurance planning, securities analysis, Medicare, Social Security benefits, etc.

FIN 1251 — Personal Finance - Module I
1 Credit hour  

Familiarizes students with basic financial planning strategies.

FIN 1252 — Personal Finance - Module II
1 Credit hour  

Familiarizes the students with consumer credit, costs of credit, purchasing strategies and housing decision factors and financing. This course also works to familiarize students with fundamentals of life, health, disability, car and house insurance issues.
Prerequisites: FIN 1251.

FIN 1253 — Personal Finance - Module III
1 Credit hour  

Familiarizes the students in fundamentals of investing including discussion of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. This course also works to familiarize students concerning real estate and other investment alternatives as well as retirement planning and estate planning.
Prerequisites: FIN 1251.

FIN 2400 — Corporate Finance
3 Credit hours  

Focuses on financial procedures and practices involving managerial decisions. The course also deals with financial instruments, markets and the principles of insurance. Application of the concepts will be through problems, case studies and discussion.
Prerequisites: ACC 1010.