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  • Revised 7/20/17

    SAMPLE ACADEMIC PLAN

    ECONOMICS MAJOR + FINANCE MINOR

    THIS IS AN UNOFFICIAL DOCUMENT FOR ADVISING, SEQUENCING, AND GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY. STUDENTS MUST ADHERE

    TO COURSE PREREQUISITES AND OBSERVE ALL ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS. STUDENTS, NOT ADVISORS, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR

    MEETING ALL GENESEO GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.

    Major credits required: 43 Minor credits required: 21 of which 6 are part of the major.

    Year / Term Fall Semester Spring Semester

    Freshman CALCULUS (Math 213 or Math 221) ECON 205 Bus. & Econ. Statistics (PR CALCULUS)

    Sophomore ECON 110 Introductory Microeconomics INTD 205 Business Communications (PR INTD 105)

    ECON 112 Introductory Macroeconomics (PR ECON 110)

    ACCT 102 Introduction to Financial Accounting ECON 210 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (PR CALCULUS, ECON 110)

    Application to School of Business

    Submitted Oct. 1 or March 1, decision based on overall GPA and grades in the lower-division core classes (Calculus, ECON 205, ECON 110 and ECON 112)

    Junior ECON 212 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (PR CALCULUS, ECON 112)

    FNCE 311 Managerial Finance (PR ECON 205, ACCT 103)

    ECON 305 Quantitative Methods (PR ECON 205) ECON ELECTIVE FNCE 313 Security Valuation and Analysis (PR FNCE/MGMT 311)

    Senior **ACCT 301 Intermediate Financial Accounting I (FALL ONLY, PR ACCT 102)

    ECON 307 - Econometrics (PR ECON 305, ECON 212 OR ECON 212)

    ECON ELECTIVE ECON ELECTIVE ECON + FNCE ELECTIVE (ECON/FNCE 325)

    **ACCT 302 Intermediate Financial Accounting II (SPRING ONLY, PR ACCT 301)

    ECON ELECTIVE FNCE ELECTIVE

    **Classes must be taken at Geneseo

    Electives for the major cannot include 395, 396 or 399 courses.

    Economics majors pursuing the Finance minor must take ACCT 301 and ACCT 302. ACCT 102 is the pre-requisite for

    ACCT 301.

    Finance electives include:

    FNCE 312 Advanced Managerial Finance (PR FNCE 311, Fall Only)

    FNCE 316 International Finance (PR FNCE 311)

    FNCE/ECON 325 Money and Financial Intermediation (PR ECON 112)

    FNCE 388 Advanced Investments (PR FNCE 313, Spring Only)

    FNCE 250, 251, 252 Student Managed Investment Fund (1 credit each), must be taken in order

  • Revised 7/20/17

    Economics Major + Finance Minor

    Program Notes:

    Students may not declare the Finance minor prior to being accepted to the School of Business as an Accounting,

    Business Administration or Economics major.

    The suggested academic plan is provided to help students observe all related prerequisites and the rotation of

    offerings.

    o Not every course must be taken in the semester indicated (e.g., ECON 305 is offered fall and spring

    semesters.) However, ECON 305 is a prerequisite for ECON 307.

    o Courses are offered every semester except where noted.

    o Economics majors must take ACCT 301 and ACCT 302 to fulfill the Finance minor. ACCT 102 is the pre-

    requisite for ACCT 301.

    o ECON/FNCE 325, Money and Financial Intermediation, counts toward the Economics major and the

    Finance minor.

    o To fulfill the requirements in the most efficient manner, students should:

    Complete the lower-division requirements for the Economics major plus ACCT 102 and ACCT

    103, by the end of the sophomore year.

    Take Intermediate Microeconomics (ECON 210) as soon as possible after finishing ECON 110.

    Take Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECON 212) as soon as possible after finishing ECON 112.

    Take FNCE 311, Managerial Finance, in the fall semester of the junior year, along with ACCT 301.

    Note, ACCT 301 is only offered in fall semesters. ACCT 302 is only offered in spring semesters.

    If electing FNCE 312, note the course is offered only in fall semesters and FNCE 311 is a

    prerequisite.

    Note, space in FNCE/ACCT 315, Financial Statement Analysis, is limited in fall semesters.

    Students must have the permission of the instructor because it is a combined graduate and

    undergraduate class.

    Special attention should be given to residency requirements (the minimum number of courses which must be

    taken at Geneseo).

    o A minimum of 50% of all required courses for the Economics major must be taken at Geneseo.

    o A minimum of 9 credit hours of 300-level ECON classes must be taken at Geneseo.

    o A minimum of 12 credits in the minor must be taken at Geneseo.

    A minimum grade of C- is required in all courses.

    Students in the Finance minor are strongly encouraged to become involved with the Student Managed

    Investment Fund (SMIF) as early as the freshman year. Completion of FNCE 250, FNCE 251 and FNCE 252 earns a

    total of 3 credit hours toward electives. See Finance Minor for more details.

    For additional information, please see your advisor or the Director of Student Services. The Finance minor is only

    available to students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration or Economics. Pre-majors and majors outside

    the School of Business may not declare a Finance minor.