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Knowledge in finance is relevant for all industry, macroeconomics policy makers, as well as managing personal finances. Financial literacy is an important skill – from enabling individuals to conduct their own affairs in a responsible manner, gain access to the services of financial institutions and understand the products they offer, to running a small or medium enterprise (SME) or working in larger corporations or with investors.
Finance has two minors:
Minor in Finance and Management
Minor in Finance and Entrepreneurship
Modeled on the Harvard Business School HBX CORe program, successfully providing a solid training on the fundamentals of business thinking regardless of the background or major of the students, Finance minor students will require to take 3 fundamental mandatory courses:
Students opting for Minor in Finance and Management would need to take two additional elective courses from the following:
Students opting for Minor in Finance and Entrepreneurship would need to take two additional elective courses from the following:
To qualify for the Minors, students must take Calculus I and Probability and Statistics. These courses are offered as part of the AUW General Education Core Curriculum.
In addition, AUW would include Basic Economics as a Core Social Analysis requirement for AUW Science students (non-Economics and non-PPE students) who plan to minor in either of the two.
Courses offered toward the Minor in Finance and Management and Minor in Finance and Entrepreneurship will also be available as Free Electives for all AUW students.