Undergraduate Concentration in Financial Management for Business Students (excluding Accounting Majors)
The Department of Finance and Economics is offering a new program to help students enhance their accounting and finance skills. It will be in the form of a “concentration” that prepares the student for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examinations. This certification can be very worthwhile for a number of careers relating to corporate finance/accounting.  We recommend that participants enroll in their junior year to take advantage of the student discount on the CMA exams. We highly encourage a student to complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of the CMA exams before graduation.

To enroll in the concentration, a student (non-accounting majors) must have completed the following pre-requisites with at least a C:
ACC 210 Financial Accounting
ACC 220 Managerial Uses of Accounting
FIN 220 Introduction to Finance
To complete the concentration, a minimum grade of C is necessary in each course.
The concentration must be taken with another major in the College of Business Administration and requires 12 credits (4 classes).
ACC 302 Cost Management
FIN 309 Intermediate Corporate Finance
PMBA 8324 Financial Reporting (1)
Electives: Take any one of the following:
ACC 321 Internal Auditing
FIN 315 Financial Modeling
FIN 330 Corporate Cash Management
All of the above are existing courses offered either every semester or once per year.

(1) To take this course you must have a minimum of a 3.00 GPA or approval from the Department of Finance and Economics Chair. This course can be satisfied by completion of ACC 310 and ACC 311.