Applied Accounting and Finance Major
The requirements for the applied accounting and finance major are as follows:
|ACBU 3434||INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I||3|
|ACBU 3435||INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II||3|
|ACBU 3441||ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACBU 4646||ETHICS IN FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING||3|
|BLBU 3436||COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS||3|
|FNBU 3440||CORPORATE FINANCIAL POLICY||3|
|FNBU 3441||INVESTMENTS & SECURITY ANLYS||3|
|One elective course from list below||3|
|One upper-level elective in finance 1||3|
|Two additional upper-level business electives||6|
Any course with subject code FNBU numbered 3440 or higher may fulfill this requirement.
Courses in this group have the AAAF attribute.
|FNBU 3446||FUTURES AND OPTIONS MARKET||3|
|FNBU 4453||SPECIAL TOPIC: FIXED-INCOME ANALYSIS||3|
|FNBU 4454||SPECIAL TOPIC: FINANCIAL MODELING||3|
|FNBU 4464||SPECIAL TOPIC: COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT||3|
|FNBU 4480||ST: TRADED CREDIT PRODUCTS||3|
Students must also complete the Gabelli School business and liberal arts Core Curricula. In addition, all students complete between three and seven liberal arts electives depending on their major requirements.