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Minor in Finance

Learn how the stock market works and study how real estate markets function. Examine how companies make financial decisions and research the work that goes into managing a small company.

Finance is a critical part of all organizations and is used by individuals, governments, businesses, schools and not-for-profits. By completing this minor at SHC, you’ll be able to demonstrate focused skills in finance, while at the same time earning a broader degree.

Students who graduate with a minor in finance complete 6 required courses and 2 electives for a minimum of 24 credit hours.

Required Courses

  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACC 202 Principles of Accounting II
  • ECO 102 Principles of Microeconomics
  • BUS 263 Business Statistics
  • FIN 301 Financial Management
  • FIN 321 Money & Capital Markets

Electives (Choose 2)

  • FIN 310 Financial Planning
  • FIN 401 Intermediate Financial Management
  • FIN 410 Investments
  • FIN 495 Special Topics in Financial Economics

Testimonials

Dr. James Larriviere

Graduates of the Financial Economics concentration leave the Hill with an impressive skill set, and continue to hone their skills in a variety of career paths. The accomplishments of Spring Hill College’s Financial Economics majors are extremely impressive.

— Dr. James Larriviere

Javier Portal '11

My SHC experience has been unbelievable. This school has given me so much more than just an education. SHC is a special place, and every student here would agree with that. I wouldn’t trade my time here for anything else.

— Javier Portal '11

Career Options

  • Commercial & Retail Banking
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • Insurance
  • Investment Banking
  • Money Management
  • Real Estate

Fast Facts

  • Faculty: 8
  • Popular second majors: Accounting, Business Management and Marketing
  • Clubs: Math Club, Student Government Association
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