Accounting Major with Finance Concentration:

Saint Johns University
New York, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
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Entry Requirements

An application is not complete until we have received the below items:

  • Application for Admission and Scholarships

Prospective first-year and transfer students who are U.S. citizens may apply for admission using either the CSB/SJU GET INspired Application or The Common Application.

  • Writing Sample

Submit a writing sample on a topic of your choice or a previously written paper. It should be one to two pages in length, typed and double-spaced.

  • Official Transcript
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Teacher Evaluation

The evaluation should be from a teacher from one of your core academic courses (English, math, science, or social science). Only one evaluation is required, but you may submit more than one

 

Curriculum

  • ACFN 113 Financial - 4 credits
  • ACFN 114 Managerial - 4 credits
  • ACFN 210 Business Writing & Communication - 2 credits
  • ACFN 325 Intermediate I - 4 credits
  • ACFN 335 Business Law - 2 credits
  • MATH 124 Prob & Stats - 4 credits
  • ECON 111 Intro - 4 credits

Accounting major with finance concentration:

  • Math 118 or 119 - 4 credits
  • Phil 324/Ethics 390 - Business Ethics - 4 credits
  • MGMT 201 Intro to Management - 4 credits
  • ACFN 310 Corporate Finance - 4 credits
  • ACFN 315 Investments - 4 credits
  • ACFN 320 International Finance - 4 credits
  • ACFN 333 Corporate Financial Analysis - 4 credits
  • ACFN 395 Capstone - 4 credits
  • 8 credits from the 4-credit courses listed below. One course must be from ACFN and one course from either ECON or POLS. Courses may be selected from a single theme or multiple themes. 
    • Investments Theme:  ACFN 360 Derivatives, ACFN 361 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, ECON 314 Economics of Financial Institutions and Markets, ECON 320 Market Structures and Industrial Organization
    • Corporate Finance Theme: ACFN 332 Income Tax, ECON 323 Economics of the Public Sector, ECON 332 Microeconomic Theory
    • Global and Other Issues Theme: ACFN 362 Current Issues in Finance, ECON 316 Asian Economics, ECON 317 International Economics, ECON 318 Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, POLS (Political Science) courses to be determined periodically by the ACFN Department - currently 334 U.S. Bureaucracy and Regulatory Law, 353 International Law and Organization, or 355 International Political Economy

Total in major: 64

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