Through the Minor in Economics of Banking and Finance, students have the ability to learn about the role of monetary policy and macroeconomic theory on financial institutions, especially commercial banking and the Federal Reserve System.
The Minor in Economics of Banking and Finance consists of 16 credits.
Course topics may include:
- Principles of Economics
- Introductory Economics
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
- Money and Banking
- Economics of Financial Institutions and Markets
- Behavioral Financial Economics
See course catalog for details