Selected students are placed in part-time banking positions with area financial institutions. The student has the opportunity to put theory into practice, while developing competencies through on-the-job training. Only full-time students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree ma participate in the program.
This course is primarily concerned with developing an understanding of the basic principles of insurance, as well as the nature and operation of the insurance business. Emphasis is given to the principles which underlie the entire field of insurance. Students will develop understanding of the fundamental areas of indemnity, insurable interest, coinsurance, risk, subrogation, proximate cause, other insurance, requisites of insurable risks, deductibles, valued policies, probability and many others.
This course is a study of the principles of law governing the interests in real estate including acquisition, encumbrance, transfer, rights and regulations thereof. The object of the course is to equip the student to analyze the legal consequences of various legal relationships, and legal transactions, and to determine when an attorney should be consulted. The objective of the course is to equip the student with concepts needed to continue successfully in future real estate courses and to pass the real estate salesmen’s license examination.
A general introduction to real estate as a business and as a profession, this course is designed to acquaint the student with the wide range of subjects and terminology necessary to the practice of real estate. The course will include the nature of real estate and ownership, principles and concepts of title transfer, title insurance, real estate marketing, financing, leasing, taxation, insurance, development, appraising and state license law.
This course provides students with the framework and tools for preparing personal financial plans that serve as roadmaps for goal achievement. It emphasizes the dynamics of the personal financial planning process by considering the impact of life changes - birth, marriage, divorce, job and career, and death.
This course is intended to give the student a background in the field of financial management, with emphasis on cost of capital, cost of external capital, cost of retained earnings, and similar concepts. It will also cover material investment decisions and financial decisions.
This course is a survey of and introduction to the field of banking, with some concentration on the functions and operations of commercial banks. It also covers other depository institutions, non-bank financial entities, the Federal Reserve System, the nature of interest, bank regulation, the vocabulary of banking and some current banking issues.