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Finance Online Courses

Requirements

ECB 101 - Principles of Microeconomics 
ECB 102 - Principles of Macroeconomics 
ECB 117 - Principles of Accounting I
ECB 118 - Principles of Accounting II
ECB 211 - Statistics in Business & Economics 
ECB 247 - Financial Management 
ECB 311 - Intermediate Microeconomics 
ECB 320 - Business Law 
ECB 492- Senior Seminar- Management, Strategy, & Ethics 
MAT 134 - Survey of Calculus 
ECB 330 Financial Markets & Institutions
ECB 355 Risk Management & Insurance
ECB 356 Personal Financial Planning
ECB 372 Investments

Two of the Following:

ECB 362 - Cost Accounting 
ECB 364 - Federal Income Tax
ECB 245 - Principles of Management 

FIRST YEAR CORE
COR 107 - The Great Conversation: Foundations in Thinking, Reading and Writing 

COMMON CORE
BCM 101 - Old Testament History, Literature and Theology 
BCM 103 - New Testament History, Literature and Theology 
BCM 308 - Christian Theology 
ENG 140 - Core Seminar in Literature - Credits: 2-4  
HIS 121 - Historical Perspectives on Culture, Belief and Civilization 
NSM 202 - The Scientific Enterprise 
PHI 118 - The Examined Life 

Language Study (8 credits) 
One year of foreign language study (in the same language) at the beginning college level is required. 

LAT 101 - Beginning Latin I
LAT 102 - Beginning Latin II

  • Students who validate language I or language I and II will complete 4 credits each in social sciences, fine arts, and literature.

  • Students who do not validate the language requirement will complete 8 credits of language and 8 credits total in social sciences, fine arts, and literature, with at least two credits from each of those three categories.

GENERAL CORE - 4 credits from each area. Additional information and specific exceptions can be found in the Academic Catalog.

Natural Sciences 
BIO 222 - Environmental Science - Credits: 4 
MAT 134 - Survey of Calculus - Credits: 4 

Social Sciences 
ECB 101 - Principles of Microeconomics - Credits: 4 
ECB 349 - Leadership in and of Organizations - Credits: 4 

Fine Arts 
COM 152 - Media & Society - Credits: 4 
COM 205 - Perspectives on Communication - Credits: 4
 

For course descriptions and additional information about Core requirements, please check the Academic Catalog.