In order to apply for a Minor in Finance, students must:
Applicants should present the attached form to the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs by submitting online using the Pamplin Undergraduate Programs Forms Uploader (http://pampl.in/forms). Admission decisions are made as applications are received. Applicants should receive a response in writing within two weeks.
The Minor in Finance requires 27 credit hours of course work as described below. The footnotes indicate some substitutions that might reasonably be expected. In order to graduate, students must have a 2.00 GPA in all courses used to fulfill the minor.
To remain in the Minor in Finance program, students must maintain a GPA of at least 2.00 in the courses listed below. A grade of C or better in FIN 3134 Financial Analytics, FIN 3144 Investments: Debt, Equity and Derivatives, and FIN 3154 Corporate Finance is required to receive a minor in Finance. Students who receive a grade of C- in FIN 3134 Financial Analytics may enroll concurrently in FIN 3144 Investments: Debt, Equity and Derivatives and FIN 3154 Corporate Finance while re-taking FIN 3134 Financial Analytics. Students who receive a grade of C- in FIN 3144 Investments: Debt, Equity and Derivatives and FIN 3154 Corporate Finance may enroll concurrently in FIN 42XX courses while re-taking FIN 3144 Investments: Debt, Equity and Derivatives and FIN 3154 Corporate Finance. A grade of C or better in FIN 3134 Financial Analytics is required before enrolling in FIN 42XX courses.
|Required Minor Courses|
|ACIS 2115||Principles of Accounting||3|
|ACIS 2116||Principles of Accounting 1,2||3|
|ECON 2005||Principles of Economics||3|
|BIT 2405||Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling 1,3||3|
|FIN 3134||Financial Analytics 1,4||3|
|FIN 3144||Investments: Debt, Equity and Derivatives 1,4||3|
|FIN 3154||Corporate Finance 1,4||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Python/SQL for Data Analytics and Finance 1|
|International Financial Management 1|
|Real Estate Finance 1|
|Fixed Income Securities: Analysis and Management 1|
|Venture Capital and Investment Banking 1|
|Asset Valuation and Corporate Governance 1|
|Bank Management and Financial Services 1|
|Managing Risk with Derivatives 1|
|Equity Securities: Analysis and Management 1|
Some courses listed on this checksheet have corequisites and/or prerequisites; please consult the University Course Catalog or check with Pamplin Undergraduate Programs.
STAT 3005 Statistical Methods + STAT 3006 Statistical Methods, STAT 4705 Probability and Statistics for Engineers + STAT 4706 Probability and Statistics for Engineers, or ISE 2024 Probability Foundations for Industrial and Systems Engineers + STAT 4706 Probability and Statistics for Engineers may be substituted for BIT 2405 Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling.
Applicants may electronically submit this completed form to the Pamplin Undergraduate Programs office by uploading the document at http://pampl.in/forms.