100

BNF-101 Principles of Banking

This course presents the fundamentals of bank and financial services functions in a descriptive fashion so that the beginner banker may acquire a broad and operational perspective. Topics considered include fundamentals of negotiable instruments, contemporary banking issues, and developments within the banking industry. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

BNF-102 Personal Finance and Money Management

This course provides students with a basic understanding of personal finance so that they may properly manage their own financial affairs. Topics include: financial planning, budgeting and income taxes; managing savings plans, credit cards and debt problems; renting vs. buying; health, disability and life insurance; investing in stocks, bonds and mutual funds; and retirement planning, wills and estate planning. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

BNF-103 Sports Finance

This course provides students with a foundation of financial practices associated with the sports industry. Analysis of financial statements, risk, time value of money, financial ratios, budgeting, debt and equity financing, facility financing, park and recreation agencies, feasibility studies, and other relevant financial matters associated with college athletics and professional sports. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3