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Faculty of Economy and Business

Finance

Bachelor in Business, Management, and Economics with a concentration in Finance

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Economics and Finance

Bachelor

4 Years

SUNY

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Economics and Finance

Bachelor

4 Years

SUNY

Department

Economics and Finance

Levels

Bachelor

Duration

4 Years

Degree

SUNY

Introduction

General Remarks


Upon successful completion of the Finance program students will be able to:

  • Prove financial knowledge with broader business fundamentals including an understanding of management science, economics, accounting, computing and information systems, organizational behaviour, business law and ethics;
  • have a foundation in science and liberal studies through the General Education Program.
  • be able to apply the subject matter critically and analytically in real situations.
  • comprehend the political, social, legal, regulatory, environmental and technological impacts on organizations.
  • demonstrate a working knowledge of the European environment of business and multi-cultural issues.
  • provide and analyse financial information for a variety of decision-making purposes.
  • demonstrate an understanding of the operation and design of financial systems, risks, and financial instruments.
  • understand the role, functions and environment of financial services in an international context.
  • pursue postgraduate studies or professional qualifications in the field of finance.

Details

1

4 Years


General Education – 34 credits
All students must complete the SUNY/ESC general education requirements.

Course Credits
1 *Composition I (TOEFL score > 530) 3
2 *Composition II (pre: Composition I) 3
3 *College Algebra 3
4 *Trigonometry 1
5 *Natural Science Course 3
6 *Social Science course (pre: Composition I) 3
7 *US History II 3
8 *World History I or II 3
9 *Other World Civilizations 3
10 *1 Humanities course 3
11 *Art course 3
12 Computer Applications 3

UNYT Concentration Prerequisites – 56 credits

Course Credits 
1 *Statistics I (pre: College Algebra) 3
2 *Statistics II (pre: Statistics I) 3
3 *Calculus I (pre: College Algebra & Trigonometry) 4
4 Albanian Business and Labour Law or Legal Issues in Business Environment 3
5 *Introduction to Microeconomics (pre: Comp I, College Algebra) 3
6 *Introduction to Macroeconomics (pre: Comp I, College Algebra) 3
7 *Economics of E.U. (pre: Macro) 3
8 Financial Accounting (pre: Comp I) 3
9 Managerial Accounting (pre: Financial Accounting) 3
10 Cost Accounting (pre: Managerial Accounting) 3
11 Corporate Finance (pre: Composition II, Managerial Accounting) 4
12 Advanced Finance (pre: Corporate Finance) 3
13 *Money & Banking (pre: Macro) 3
14 Business Information Systems (pre: Managerial Accounting) 3
15 Principles of Marketing (pre: Micro) 3
16 Principles of Management (pre: Composition I) 3
17 *Advanced Business English (pre: Composition II) 3
18 *Introduction to Speech Communication 3

Foreign Language(s) and Electives – 6 credits
Electives may be taken at UNYT and /or ECS. Recommended:

Public Relations
SED (Social and Economic Development)
Project Management
Intercultural Management
Econometrics
Internship or Senior Project

Empire State College Concentration Courses – 32 credits

 

Course Credits
Investment Management (pre: Corporate Finance, Money & Banking) 4
Risk Management & Insurance (pre: Corporate Finance and senior status) 4
Financial Statement Analysis, Reporting and Transparency (pre: Managerial Accounting) 4
*Business Ethics (pre-requisite: senior status) 4
*International Finance (pre-requisite: Corporate Finance, senior status) 4
Auditing (pre-requisite: Fin. Stat. Analysis) 4
Investment Banking (pre-requisite: Corporate Finance, Money & Banking,  senior status) 4
ESC elective OR Internship OR Senior Project (pre: upper senior status) 4
ELECTIVES (4 credits)
*Econometrics (pre-requisite: Micro & Macro, Statistics II)  4
Public Finance (pre-requisite: Macro, Money & Banking, senior status)  4

TOTAL 128 CREDITS (min. 124 credits for the SUNY/ESC degree).