At which campus can I study this program?
Requirements for a minor may be completed at any campus location offering the specified courses for the minor. Students may not change from a campus that offers their major to a campus that does not offer their major for the purpose of completing a minor.
The Information Sciences and Technology/Finance Minor is to enhance skills of students in the information sciences and finance. More organizations are integrating technology as part of their business operations, including finance. Finance is a key function of every business organization. Therefore, technology professionals with finance skills, and finance professionals with technology skills are highly valuable in any organization.
What is Information Sciences and Technology/Finance?
Information Sciences and Technology/Finance is the area of study concerned with the design, implementation, testing and evolution of complex software systems,especially those related to a business' financial operations.
You Might Like This Program If...
- You enjoy numbers and "real world" applications of math.
- You are interested in technology and how businesses and banks use it to manage their assets.
- You want a career in technology as it relates to business or finance.
Entrance to the Minor
Students must apply for entrance to the minor no later than the beginning of their seventh semester.
|Requirements for the Minor||21|
Requirements for the Minor
A grade of C or better is required for all courses in the minor, as specified by Senate Policy 59-10.
|Prescribed Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|ECON 351||Money and Banking||3|
|FIN 301||Corporation Finance||3|
|FIN 420||Investment and Portfolio Analysis||3|
|IST 110||Information, People and Technology||3|
|IST 210||Organization of Data||3|
|IST 220||Networking and Telecommunications||3|
|Additional Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|Select 3 credits of FIN at the 400-level in consultation with an adviser||3|
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