Finance

About the Finance Major

Take advantage of specialized finance knowledge within the general business core of the School of Business. You’ll focus on wealth creation and wealth-management through the three main areas of finance: corporate management, security analysis/portfolio management, and financial intermediation. Your courses will prepare you for financial careers in banking, management, financial planning, and investing.


Courses

Below are the course requirements for the Finance Major:


This does not replace official academic requirements in the university catalog. Enrolled students will work with their faculty advisor to ensure they meet all the requirements of their major.

  • FIN 200 Corporate Finance
  • FIN 330 Intermediate Corporate Finance
  • FIN 350 Financial Markets
  • FIN 355 International Finance
  • FIN 420 Topics in Finance
  • FIN 430 Investments

This does not replace official academic requirements in the university catalog. Enrolled students will work with their faculty advisor to ensure they meet all the requirements of their major.

  • ACC 201 Financial Accounting
  • ACC 202 Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 101 Introduction to Business
  • BUS 201 Business Communication
  • BUS 270 Business Analytics
  • BUS 318 Business Law I
  • BUS 490 Business & Community Strategy
  • CPS 316 Spreadsheet Modelling
  • ECO 102 Principles of Economics
  • MGT 200 Principles of Management
  • MKT 200 Principles of Marketing
  • MTH 119 Statistics
  • Gen Ed/Elective Courses – 66 credits

For a more detailed academic schedule, or to ask questions about any of our majors, contact the School of Business at hsb [at] 3dtrend.net (hsb[at]heidelberg[dot]edu) or (419)-448-2280. For questions about your application contact the Admission Office at admission [at] 3dtrend.net (admission[at]heidelberg[dot]edu) or (419) 448-2330.

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