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(2014-2015 Catalog) Course Selection Guide for this program

Banking (code: EF08)   

Associate in Science Degree

This degree program is offered as a career development program for employees currently working in all types of financial service organizations. It prepares employees of savings banks, commercial banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions for supervisory and middle-management positions.

Outcomes

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic theory and practice of business administration and banking.
  • Demonstrate the ability to read, understand, and prepare standard types of business communications.
  • Demonstrate analytical problem-solving and decision-making skills applicable to business administration and banking.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use and interpretation of data and information as applied to the various applications in business administration and banking.

Suggested Sequence of Courses:
Prerequisite or parallel courses may be required. Please check individual course descriptions for details.

Freshman Year

  ENG* E101
Composition    
3
  MAT* E167
Principles of Statistics    
3
  ACC* E113
Principles of Financial Accounting    
3
  CSA* E106
Introduction to Computer Applications    
4
  BFN* E125
Principles of Banking    
3
  ENG* E102
Literature & Composition    
3
  BMK* E201
Principles of Marketing    
3
  ACC* E117
Principles of Managerial Accounting    
3
  BFN* E201
Principles of Finance    
3
  BBG* E231
Business Law I    
3

Sophomore Year

  COM* E173
Public Speaking    
3
  BMK* E123
Principles of Customer Service    
3
  BMG* E210
Organizational Behavior    
3
  BFN* E211
Money & Banking (Fall only)    
3
  ECN* E101
  or ECN* E102
Principles of Macro-Economics    
   Principles of Micro-Economics
3
  BBG* E210
Business Communication (Spring and Summer only)    
3
  Behavioral Science
Elective    
3
  Science
Elective    
3 - 4
  Restricted 1
Elective    
3
  Humanities
Elective    
3

Total Credits 

61 - 62

1 Selection of restricted elective (BFN* E203, BBG* E232, or BMK* E106) should be made after consultation with the Program Advisor. BFN* E203 is only offered in the spring semester.

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