FACTS ABOUT THE BBA PROGRAM
Latest technology is offered in the new banking center, including teleconferencing, internet connections at each table, LED picture wall, and stock ticker quotes delayed only 15 minutes from Wall Street.
Over 950 students placed as interns receiving pay and college credit. The banking and regulatory internships allow the student to earn money and college credit while learning the banking industry.
Over 500 students placed in full-time banking positions upon graduation.
The program brings the student the best practical experience with academic training from faculty with banking experience.
A few career opportunities for graduates:
- Credit analyst
- Commercial lender
- Branch manager
- Bank examiner
COURSE OFFERINGS IN BANKING
- FINC 3310 - Financial Institutions & Markets
- FINC 4335 – Financial Statement/Credit Analysis
- FINC 4325 - Selling Financial Services
- ECON 4373 - Monetary Theory
- FINC 4320 – Commercial Banking
- FINC 4330 - Commercial Bank Lending
- FINC 4389 – Undergraduate Internship in Finance
CURRICULUM: BBA MAJOR IN BANKING & FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
|First Year||Credit||Second Year||Credit|
|ENGL 1301, 1302||6||ENGL 2331, 2342; PHIL 2361, 2306||3|
|HIST 1301, 1302||6||ACCT 2301, 2302||6|
|MATH 1324||3||ECON 2302, 2301||6|
|Laboratory Science||8||POLS 2301, 2000-level Political Science||6|
|BUAD 1305 or CSTE 1330||3||BANA 2372, BUAD 2301||6|
|Visual and Performing Arts Elective||3||Cultural Studies Electives||3|
|Third Year||Credit||Fourth Year||Credit|
|FINC 3310, 3320||6||MGMT 4365 or 4370, 4390||6|
|BUAD 3335, 3355||6||FINC 4335, 4330, 4320, 4345||12|
|BANA 3363, MKTG 3310||6||FINC 4389 or other 3000- or 4000-level FIN elective||6|
|ACCT 3313, MGMT 3310||6||ECON Elective (3000- or 4000-level)||3|