|FNBU 3441||Investments & Security Anlys 1||3|
|ACBU 3436||Global Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|FNBU 4454||ST: Financial Modeling||3|
|Select three of the following:|
|Corporate Financial Policy|
|Futures and Options Market|
|Global Investments 2|
|ST: Fixed-Income Analysis|
|Select four electives from the following (at least two must be upper-level finance courses): 3|
From those listed above
From other upper-level Gabelli School of Business finance or accounting courses 4
From the economics department 5
FNBU 3441 Investments & Security Anlys is a prerequisite for other courses within the major.
The Global Investments requirement may also be fulfilled by the second course in the Student Managed Investment Fund’s two-semester sequence. Students who have been accepted into the SMIF program should see their class dean for details.
For Finance majors pursuing a secondary concentration in Fintech, the three courses that comprise the secondary concentration may double-count as electives towards the Finance major.
How courses are counted
Students must note the following policy for how courses are counted. A student may count a maximum of one class in fulfilling more than one purpose—that is, toward any combination of major, minor, and primary or secondary concentration. For example, only one economics class could count toward both a finance major and an economics minor; any additional economics class would count toward the finance major OR the economics minor, but not both. Similarly, one management class could count toward both a primary concentration in management and a minor in sustainable business, but any subsequent management class would not count toward both. Any exceptions to these rules will be posted within the specific area major, minor, or concentration requirements.
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.