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A global business environment that has become technologically diverse and complex has increased the demand for computer- savvy decision makers and managers. The purpose of the Associate’s degree in Banking and Finance with Computer Applications is to offer career-minded students a broad academic foundation in the liberal arts as well as a major field of specialization that focuses on banking and finance and its computer applications. The program concentrates on the development of the student’s skills in technologically based financial management. Upon completion, students who want a career in banking and finance are prepared to transfer to the third year of a senior college or pursue immediate employment in business, banking, insurance, and financial institutions.

Program Requirements:

  • Business Courses (15 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    ACC100 Accounting I 3
    ACC200 Accounting II 3
    BUS100 Management I 3
    FNB100 Introduction to Finance 3
    FNB200 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance 3
  • Related Courses (4 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    CIS160 Introduction to Windows 1
    CIS107 Computer Applications 3
  • General Education Courses (17 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    GEN101 Freshman Seminar 1
    CIS101 Computer Literacy 3
    ENG101 Public Speaking 3
    ENG103 English Composition I 3
    ENG203 English Composition II 3
    LIB100 Information Literacy 1
    MAT220 Discrete Mathematics 3
  • Distribution (21 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MATHEMATICS: MAT150 Statistics I 3
    SCIENCE: Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Literature Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Philosophy Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: History Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Fine Arts Elective 3
  • Restricted Electives (6 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    Select any two courses with prefixes ACC or FNB 6

 Total Credits: 63