Minor in Finance
|ACC ||200 ||Principles of Accounting I ||3 hours |
|ACC ||201 ||Principles of Accounting II ||3 hours |
|FIN ||330 ||Principles of Finance ||3 hours |
|FIN ||332 ||Financial Management ||3 hours |
|FIN ||333 ||Principles of Investment ||3 hours |
| || ||FIN or ECO Elective ||3 hours |
| || ||Business Elective (may include FIN or ECO) ||3 hours |
Six of the above hours must be upper-level courses completed in residence at Murray State University.
Note: At Murray State University, we have a term that is a little tricky until you get used to it: an area in a subject. At Murray State, if you major in a field, you must have a minor in a field as well. (For example, you can major in Business Administration and minor in Psychology.) However, if you do not want a minor in a subject, you are said to pursue an area instead of a major. The requirements for an area are just as rigorous as the requirements for a major; the name assigned to it is just different - it simply means that you have chosen not to minor in a subject.