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Financial Economics and Analysis

Associate Professor: Grassmueck (Coordinator) 

A minor in financial economics and analysis requires the completion of BUS 339 (Corporate Finance and Investment Banking), BUS 311 (Investment Theory), and ECON 220 (Money and Banking). In addition to these three core courses, students are also required to take three electives from the following list. No elective may count toward any other major or minor program of study.

Financial Economics Electives:

  • ACCT 225 — Budgeting and Financial Statement Analysis
  • BUS 333 — Global Business Strategies
  • ECON 310 — Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECON 332 — Government and the Economy
  • ECON 335 — Labor Problems
  • ECON 337 — Public Finance
  • ECON 343 — International Trade