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Finance Concentration (24 credit hours)

The finance curriculum at IU Southeast includes studies in the area of corporate finance, investments, international finance, financial institutions, and markets. Students are introduced to the major theories and learn the tools utilized by financial professionals to make decisions in today’s dynamic economy. The finance curriculum prepares students for careers in corporate finance; banks, and other financial institutions; investments; and financial services such as financial planning, insurance, and real estate.

Required Courses (21 credit hours)

BUS-A 310 Management Decisions and Financial Reporting (or BUS-A311)
BUS-F 302 Financial Decision Making
BUS-F 410 Financial Institutions & Markets
BUS-F 420 Investments
BUS-F 494 International Financial Management
ECON-E 350 Money and Banking
BUS-A 414 Financial Statement Analysis and Interpretation

Required Elective course (3 credit hours)

Select from 300- or 400-level business or economics courses outside of Finance (NOT from BUS-M 300 or internships/professional practice).

Students considering a career in corporate finance are encouraged to select from the following:

BUS-A 301 Accounting: An Information System
BUS-A 311 Intermediate Accounting I (will substitute for BUS-A 310 in Finance concentration. Students successfully completing BUS-A 311 cannot then take BUS-A 310.)
BUS-A 312 Intermediate Accounting II
BUS-A 325 Cost Accounting

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