2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog


Finance Minor

Students majoring in business may pursue a finance minor. The goal of the minor is to provide a secondary area of expertise for students majoring in accounting, business information systems, entrepreneurial management, marketing, or supply and value chain management. By combining one of these majors with a minor in finance, the student is prepared for a greater number of career opportunities and gains more flexibility. In addition, students majoring in other area of business sometimes take electives in finance. The designation of a finance minor provides such students with additional evidence of subject matter expertise. The minor in finance requires 18 semester hours of coursework. Once a student matriculates at TCU, all coursework in the finance minor must be completed at TCU

Required Courses (12 semester hours)

ACCT 30153Financial Reporting I

3

FINA 30153Financial Management

3

FINA 30203Money and Banking

3

FINA 30213Investments I

3

In addition, the student must complete 6 semester hours of finance electives from the following:

FINA 30233Investments II

3

FINA 40183Educational Investment Fund

3

FINA 40193Educational Investment Fund

3

FINA 40613Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis

3

To graduate with a minor in finance, students must obtain a minimum GPA of 2.50 in courses making up the minor.