Jul 14, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Financial Economics, B.S.B.

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College of  Business Vision Statement

The College of Business will be regarded as developing intelligent, ethical, competent graduates who are uniquely qualified to excel within their chosen profession.

College of Business MIssion Statement

The College of Business will develop future Christian business leaders with the virtues of character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement. These leaders will positively impact their business organizations and community at large.

Why Financial Economics?

A Bachelor of Science in Business with a major in financial economics prepares you for a world craving data-based and wise solutions for big-picture and everyday financial and economic problems and opportunities. Corporations, startups and average people will turn to you for answers, and you’ll have the tools to provide them.

Curriculum Summary

General Education Core

41 Cr. Hrs.

Common Business Core

40 Cr. Hrs.

Financial Economics

21 Cr. Hrs.

Cognate Course

3 Cr. Hrs.

General Electives

23 Cr. Hrs.


128 Cr. Hrs.

Exit exam. All business students must take a nationally normed, summative end of program exam that is used for outcomes assessment purposes.  The exam that is currently being used is provided by Peregrine Academic Services.  This is a comprehensive exam covering all of the major business disciplines and it is a graduation requirement.  The exam is taken as part of the Senior Seminar (BUS 490) course.

Specific Grade Requirements: 2.5 Cumulative GPA in Major Requirements (21 Cr. Hrs.)

Degree Requirements (128 Cr. Hrs.)

Suggested Eight Semester Sequence

Sixth Semester (18 Cr. Hrs.)

Seventh Semester (16 Cr. Hrs.)

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