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Bachelor in Business Administration - Finance

Our finance majors learn the basic principles of accounting, economics, and quantitative methods, plus corporate finance and investments in order to prepare for careers as stock brokers, working on Wall Street or in corporate finance, banking, and real estate. The rigorous curriculum has student's ready hit the ground running as they move into their finance careers with companies such as Procter & Gamble, Humana, Fifth Third Bank, GE Capital and Northwestern Mutual Insurance. A suggested course to explore this career path is FIN 300.

Degree Requirements

To earn the bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree in finance, students in the Gatton College of Business and Economics must fulfill University Studies requirements (students enrolled prior to Fall 2011) or UKCore requirements (students enrolled Fall 2011 on), the College premajor and major requirements, and College core requirements.

 

Minimum Total Hours: 120

University Studies Program Requirements

UK Core Requirements

Pre-major Requirements

College Core Requirements

Departmental Major Requirements:

Requirements for the Finance major consist of at least 21 credit hours. There are four required courses:

ACC 300 Financial Accounting II (3) or ACC 301/302
ECO 412 Monetary Economics (3)
FIN 405 Capital Investment and Financing Decisions (3)
FIN 410 Investment Analysis (3)

The remaining nine (9) credit hours are selected from:

FIN 423 International Finance (3)
FIN 430 Financial Modeling (3)
FIN 432 Quantitative Portfolio Management (3)
FIN 452 Options and Futures (3)
FIN 464 Real Estate Finance (3)
FIN 465 Financial Institutions Management (3)
FIN 470 Financial Risk Management (3)
FIN 480 Money and Capital Markets (3)
FIN 490 Special Topics in Finance (Subtitle Required) (3)


Finance Degree Four Year Plan for students under UK Core requirements, students enrolled starting Fall 2011


Course Flow Chart

Examples of Careers in Finance:

  • Stock Brokers, Financial Planners
  • Bank Loan Officers
  • Budgeting or Financial Analyst
  • Securities or Credit Analyst
  • Risk Management
  • Actuary
  • Financial Forecasters
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Property Managers

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