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Modern Business is characterized by its emphasis upon finance. The application of sound financial management principles often will be the difference between success and failure in business.
Courses prescribed for those who wish to major in finance are designed to provide a background for financial management of business concerns and, if students desire, to specialize in bank management, corporation finances and investment management. Since financial policies of business enterprises are subject to economic principles which make all businesses financially interdependent and sensitive to disturbances in the economic structure, students in this field should study the economic, as well as the technical, administrative aspects of finance and accounting. Prescribed work in this area attempts to emphasize all three phases of the subject.
All finance majors must comply with requirements of the advanced business prerequisites for enrollment in upper-division courses and must complete the common body of knowledge courses as listed previously. All finance courses for the major require a minimum grade of C (not C-).
Program Specific Admission Requirements
All candidates for the master of science in finance must complete or have previously completed, for a letter grade (no S/U grades), courses which satisfy the master of science in finance prerequisite course requirements. Students admitted to the M.S. finance program may take graduate courses in conjunction with their prerequisite courses once the prerequisites for those graduate courses have been met. A minimum 3.000 GPA (on a 4.000 scale) must be maintained in a student's finance prerequisite courses. The prerequisite courses include:
Accounting (6 hours): ACCT 1010 and 1020 Principles of Accounting I and II.
Economics (6 hours): ECON 3010 (2010, 4010) Intermediate Macroeconomics and ECON 3020 (2020, 4020) Intermediate Microeconomics, or ECON 4030 Managerial Economics.
Finance (3 hours): FIN 3520 Financial Markets.
Mathematics (4 hours): MATH 2350 Business Calculus I or MATH 2200 Calculus I.
Statistics (4 hours): STAT 2010 Statistical Concepts for Business and Management Science or STAT 2070 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences meets this requirement.
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University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...
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