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FInance Courses & Requirements

Degrees Offered:

  • B.A.: Finance
  • Minor: Finance

Course Listings

Click here to read complete descriptions of the Finance courses offered at Wittenberg.

Degree Requirements:

Major in Finance (52-56 credits)

Required Courses

  • ACCT 225M: Financial Accounting (4 credits)
  • ACCT 226: Managerial Accounting (4 credits)
  • BUSN 210Q: Business Statistics (4 credits)
  • BUSN 211: Business Research Methods (2 credits)
  • BUSN 330: Financial Management (4 credits)
  • BUSN 430 Investment Analysis (4 credits)
  • BUSN 340: Marketing Management (4 credits)
  • BUSN 365S: Managing Effective Organizations (4 credits)
  • Approved internship relevant to Finance OR BUSN 381
  • MATH 131 or MATH 202 or MATH 327W: Calculus -(4 credits)
  • BUSN/ACCT 460W: Strategic Planning & Policy - Senior Capstone (4 credits)
  • ECON 190S: Principles of Economics (4 credits)
  • ECON 205: Macro Stabilization Policy (2 credits)

Major Core: 44-48 credits

Major Electives - complete 2 from the following list:

  • ACCT 325: Intermediate Accounting I
  • BUSN 270: Business Ethics
  • BUSN 370W: Legal Environment of Business
  • BUSN 381W: Applied Business I (if internship is used for Finance major requirement)
  • BUSN 390: Business Analytics
  • BUSN 430W: Investment Analysis
  • BUSN 498W: Senior Thesis
  • BUSN 499W: Honors Thesis
  • ECON 300: Econometrics
  • ECON 330: International Trade & Finance
  • ECON 340: Public Finance - to be offered in fall 2016

Elective Credits: 8

Click here to view the 4-year plan for Finance majors

Minor in Finance (20 credits)

Available only to students majoring in Management, Marketing or Entrepreneurship

Required Courses

Complete any of the following 5 courses not already included among your major requirement or electives:

  • ACCT 226: Managerial Accounting (4 credits)
  • ACCT 325: Intermediate Accounting (4 credits)
  • BUSN 270: Business Ethics (4 credits)
  • BUSN 335: Cases in Financial Management (4 credits)
  • BUSN 430: Investment Analysis (4 credits)
  • ECON 300: Econometrics (4 credits)
  • ECON 301: Financial Markets and Institutions (4 credits)
  • MATH 131 OR MATH 201 OR MATH 202: Calculus (4 credits)
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