Bachelor of Science

Management Information Systems Technology is a member of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized acceditation association for business education.

The central objectives of the major in finance are to develop students' critical and analytical skills and to enable them to apply these skills effectively in identifying and solving problems in the area of finance. A second program objective is to foster within the student awareness of values and moral issues in modern finance.

To successfully complete the Finance Degree, a minimum of 120 credits are required, the last 30 of which must be earned at La Roche College.

The following coursework is required:

  • 48 credits of Business Core Requirements
  • 15 credits of Finance Major Requirements
  • 12 credits of Finance Major Electives
  • 9 credits of Skills Components
  • 34 credits of CORE Curriculum courses

Business Core Requirements: 48 credits

ACCT2003 Accounting I
ACCT2004 Accounting II
ACCT2013 Managerial Accounting
ADMG1005 Macroeconomics
ADMG1006 Microeconomics
ADMG1018 Fundamentals of Management
ADMG2009 Business Law I
ADMG2018 Organizational Behavior
ADMG2025 Human Resources Administration
ADMG4020 Operations Management
ADMG4055 Seminar-Business Policy
FINC3032 Financial Management
FINC3036 Financial Institutions
INMT3039 International Business Management
ISTC1005 Practical Computer Applications
MRKT2021 Marketing Management
  Finance Major Electives: 12 credits

ACCT3002 Taxation II
ADMG2010 Business Law II
ADMG3010 Business Organization & Regulation
FINC3040 Risk Management & Insurance
FINC4039 Real Estate Investment
ISTC2021 Management Of Information Systems
ISTC2030 Networking
ISTC4042 Systems Analysis and Design
MATH3045 Probability & Statistics II
  Finance Major Requirements: 15 credits

ACCT3001 Taxation I
FINC3031 Investments
FINC3034 Commercial Bank Management
FINC4033 Managerial Finance
INMT4046 International Finance
  Skills Component Requirements: 9 credits

ADMG3024 Professional Presentation
MATH1030 Calculus for Business, Economics, & Managerial Sciences
MATH1040 Probability & Statistics