BANKING AND FINANCING
PROGRAM

This program provides students with an opportunity to develop or enhance their banking skills. It, therefore, serves both students who are presently employed in the banking industry and anyone preparing to enter this dynamic field.

Employment Prospects: With a fast-developing financial sector, graduates of this program are likely to find employment in insurances, banks and other financial institutions.

CORE REQUIREMENTS

CRN Course Name Prerequisites
  Term I – Year I
ENGL105 English Research (Formerly English Composition II) ENGL100 & ENGL104 or >70% on placement test
CIS116 Intro to Computer Applications ENGL100 & ENGL104 or >70% on placement test
MATH110 College Algebra MATH 099 or >70% on placement test
MGT103 Introduction to Business ENGL100 & ENGL104 or >70% on placement test
  Term II – Year I  
MGT101 Principles of Management MGT 103
MATH111 Business Statistics I MATH 110
ACC103 Accounting Principles I MATH 099 or >70% on placement test
BNK101 Principles of Banking MATH 110
  Term III – Year I  
ACC104 Accounting Principles II ACC 103
BNK204 Intro to Financial Markets MGT 103
MATH201 Calculus for Business MATH 111
* Liberal Arts Elective ENGL 105
  Term I – Year II  
MGT203 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 111
ACC208 Finance I ACC 104
MATH112 Business Statistics II MATH 111
ENG202 Technical Writing ENGL105
  Term II – Year II  
BNK130 Credit Management BNK 101
ACC211 Finance II ACC 208
ENGL 106 Public Speaking ENGL 105
MGT205 Principles of Macroeconomics MGT 203
  Term III – Year II  
MGT202 Business Law MGT 103
BNK202 Regulatory Environment of Banking & Finance BNK 101
MGT200 Organizational Behavior MGT 103
INT220 Internship/Capstone Min of 60 credits & min 2.0 GPA
  Remedial Requirments  
MATH098 Pre College Arithmetic (below 50%) None
MATH099 Pre College Algebra (50%-69%) MATH 098
ENGL100 English Fundamentals (below 70%) None
ENGL104 Writing for English (Formerly English Composition I) ENGL100

*Liberal Arts Electives (CHOOSE ONE: (PSY110, SOC101, PHIL200)