The Concentration in Financial Analysis is designed for the Economics and Business majors who wish to emphasize financial issues in their studies. It is also designed to facilitate the transition to graduate-level work in accounting and finance. This option does not change the 139 credit hours necessary for the degree. Economics and Business majors who wish to declare a Financial Management Concentration must apply in person to the head of the Department of Economics and Business.
All course work for the Concentration in Financial Analysis must be completed with an overall 2.0 average.
In addition to meeting the requirements of the major in Economics and Business, the following courses are required for the Concentration in Financial Analysis:
Required Economics and Business Electives Courses: