BUS 445 - Financial Institutions Management (3)


A survey of the function, management and regulation of financial institutions while addressing the specific roles of commercial banks. When appropriate, computer applications are integrated into this course. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to 1) understand basic monetary concepts and frameworks including the role of money and financial institutions and financial markets; 2) critically examine and analyze the business of banking and the role of government regulation of the banking industry; 3) understand the structure of global financial markets; and 4) increase their understanding of several categories of financial institutions.
Prerequisite: BUS 226   (ECO 307  strongly recommended)


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