Majors, Minors, & Programs
March 5 - 6, 2014Rider University, Sweigart Auditorium
The finance program was designed to meet the needs of students who have a variety of career goals. In many types of jobs, it is essential that one understand the process of financial decision making and the environment in which those decisions take place. To provide this understanding, the major combines a solid analytical foundation with broad coverage on how the financial system operates. Programs of study are structured to benefit students who will enter both finance and nonfinance careers.
Preparation to teach French, German, or Spanish foreign languages is accomplished through a double major program requiring completion of the requirements of the major, general studies, and professional education major requirements. Teacher Candidates seeking New Jersey Certification in World Languages must take the Oral Proficiency Test (OPI) prior to graduation.
Requirements for the French Major (24 semester hours beyond French IV and 12 semester hours in collateral liberal arts courses)FrenchFRE-305An Introduction to French Literature
Requirements for the French Minor (18 semester hours)FRE-200, 201 French III, IV*6FRE-305An Introduction to French Literature3 Three French courses at the 300-level or above.9* Two advanced (300- or 400-level) courses will be substituted upon demonstrated proficiency.