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    Professor Marilyn J. Ettinger, MBA, CFA, CTP, FP&A
    Email: mettinger@njcu.edu
    Phone: (201) 200-3353
    Fax: (201) 200-3242

    Located at 160 Harborside Plaza 2, Jersey City, NJ 07311

    Bachelor of Science in Finance

    The finance program emphasizes the role of financial institutions and develops knowledge of how assets and liabilities are managed. Students learn the strategies for financial planning in domestic and international markets. A degree in finance prepares students for careers as a credit manager, bank manager, portfolio manager, foreign currency specialist, commodity analyst, trust manager and investment advisor.

    The requirements for admission to this degree track are:

    • A minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average (CGPA) of 2.5
    • A minimum CGPA of 2.5 in all Business courses

     

    Transfer Students:

    Transfer students must complete at least 12 credits at NJCU, in addition to above requirements prior to declaring a major.

    Courses taken at NJCU to satisfy Finance major requirements require a minimum grade C (2.0). Major classes in which a grade below a C is earned do not meet degree requirements. Students who are unable to meet these standards are advised to withdraw from the major.

    Accreditation:

    The School of Business is accredited by

     

    Corse Requirements:

    Course  Course Title  Credits 
    BUSI 203* Business Statistics 3
    MGMT 225 Business Enterprise Applications                3
    MGMT 251 Operations and Project Management Fundamentals 3
    MGMT 211* Principles of Management 3
    MKTG 231* Principles of Marketing 3
    BUSI 241  Global Business 3
    ACCT 251¹ Financial Accounting 3
    ACCT 252 Management Accounting 3
    FINC 272 Investment Principles and Analysis 3
    ACCT 281  Business Law I 3
    FINC 364* International Finance 3
    FINC 371  Managerial Finance 3
    BUSI 411* Business Policy 3
    FINC 473* Portfolio Analysis 3
    FINC 474* Capital Markets and Financial Institutions 3
    FINC 571* Issues in Corporate Finance 3
    ECON 207¹ ² Principles of Economics: Macro 3
    ECON 208¹ ² Principles of Economics: Micro 3
    ECON 364* Money and Banking 3
    ENGL 200* Writing for Business 3
    MATH 164*¹ Pre-calculus for Business Students 4
    MATH XXX Calculus for Business 4

     

    Electives: Select a minimum of six credits from business courses and/or the Cooperative Education program.

    Notes:  ¹Taken as a pre-major required course. 
                   ² May be used to simultaneously satisfy a General Studies Program area requirement.
    * Requires a prerequisite course, see course description for more information.