Courses in Economics (EC)
2310 Personal & Consumer Finance (ACF 2310)
Managing personal finances: inflation and recession, tax problems, insurance, annuities, credit, budgeting, financial planning, home ownership, bank accounts, investments, and social insurance programs. Prerequisites: None (BA 2305 recommended for those taking this course and majoring in a Business field.)
3340 Economics and Statistics (BA 3340 Business Statistics)
Provides a statistical background through study and review of general statistical theories and techniques including probability, frequency distribution, sampling, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. Prerequisite: BA 2305. Recommended: MH 1338 or higher.
4310 Managerial Finance (ACF 4310)
A study of financial management including financial markets and intermediaries, corporate taxation, financial statements, budgeting and forecasting techniques, discounting methods and capital budgeting, valuation, cost of capital structure, and capital asset pricing. Prerequisites: BA 2301, 2302, 2303, 2305, 3340, MH 1338 or higher.