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Professor teaching a Finance class at Curry College

For students interested in joining the business world, a minor in Finance allows any major to gain the knowledge required for a career path that could include roles such as corporate finance manager, chief financial officer, controller, financial analyst, or financial planner.

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This five-course program is for students seeking deeper knowledge and skill development in financial modeling, capital budgeting and forecasting, and investments. In the capstone course, Advanced Corporate Finance, students gain valuable experience by working through a culminating case study.       

The minor in Finance will focus on quantitative and analytical courses to provide our students with not only an expanded knowledge base in finance but also the critical application and technical skills.

Course Requirements and Information


ACT 1010 Financial Accounting 3
ACT 1011 Managerial Accounting 3
BUS 1611 Microeconomics 3
FIN 2000 Financial Management 3

Required Courses:

FIN 2010 Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN 3000 Advanced Corporate Finance
FIN 3010 Investments

Electives (select 2 courses below):

ACT 2011 Intermediate Accounting II*
ACNT/FIN 2030 Financial Statement Analysis
ACNT/FIN 3020 Financial Planning
FIN 3020 Financial Modeling
FIN 3450 Internship & Seminar
FIN 3900 Special Project


Students with a minor in Finance will have the ability to:

  1. Apply terminology, theories, concepts, practices,and skills specific to the field of corporate finance.

  2. Apply financial principles to practical business and personal finance situations.

  3. Perform financial analysis using quantitative concepts and techniques.

  4. Interpret financial statements and ratios.

  5. Examine investment and financial risk.

  6. Apply legislation, regulations, and principles of practice to financial scenarios.

  7. Communicate professionally through writing and presentations.

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