The AACSB-accredited Finance Major prepares students to assume professional positions in one of the many finance functions in business and non-profit organizations, such as financial planning, cash management, and investment analysis. The program also prepares students for graduate business study.
Students must obtain at least a "C-" in each of the following courses, and an overall GPA of at least 2.5, to declare the major. Transfer grades are included in the GPA.
Students pursue the Finance Major as part of a Bachelor of Science degree, and must satisfy its requirements. Students are also bound by the terms of study in the School of Business Administration and Economics.
Students must earn a grade of at least "C-" in each course used to satisfy a finance major requirement.
Students must earn an overall cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 in the Brockport courses used to satisfy the corequisite, business core, and specialization course requirements described below.
At least one of these electives must be from Group A.
Students will be able to:
1.1 Apply key business concepts and theories associated with core business areas
1.2 Understand ethical, global, and diversity issues that impact business.
2.1 Demonstrate critical thinking skills in analyzing business conditions and solving business problems.
3.1 Demonstrate effective oral communication skills
3.2 Demonstrate effective written communication skills
4.1 Demonstrate market readiness in a business-like setting.
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