Invest in Your Future with a Finance Minor
Businesses of all sizes, across all industries, need knowledgeable financial professionals to lead positive change in the company and help our economy thrive. Adding a finance minor to your degree from Post University can give you valuable skills applicable to any field and prepare you for careers with financial services firms, brokerage and investment houses, banks, insurance companies, and domestic and international businesses.
The finance minor helps you build skills in analyzing, defining and arriving at viable solutions in financial decision making and planning.Your required finance classes include principles of finance and corporate finance, and you will choose any three of the following electives for a total of 15 credit hours:
- Analysis of Financial Statements
- Personal Financial Planning
- Insurance and Risk Management
- Investment Management
- Business Valuations for Mergers and Acquisitions
- International Financial Management
- General Securities Brokerage and Practice
Upon completion of your finance courses, you may decide to pursue your finance degree, graduate education and professional study to become a Certified Financial Planner.
|2||FINANCE MINOR||15 crs||h|
|4||FIN201 Principles of Finance||3 crs|
|5||FIN302 Corporate Finance||3 crs|
|7||Choose three of the following electives:||s|
|8||FIN305 Analysis of Financial Statements||3 crs|
|9||FIN306 Personal Financial Planning||3 crs|
|10||FIN313 Investment Company and Variable Products||3 crs|
This minor program opens many doors for your future, and we can help you take the next step. As a student at Post University, you will receive an unmatched level of support and guidance from our staff throughout your educational journey, as you learn from faculty with real-world experience at our Connecticut campus or online.
Enhance your skills and customize your degree with a finance minor. If you’re interested in adding this minor to your degree, consider our B.S. in Finance, Business Administration or Management programs. Contact us today about our on-campus or online accounting courses.
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