The Personal and Professional Financial Management minor empowers students not only to manage their personal finances but prepares them to advance professionally in for-profit and not-for-profit settings, and to pursue their interests in philanthropy and service.
The course selection extensively covers various aspects of Accounting and Finance that will allow students to read, interpret, and understand financial statements and topics in personal finance such as investments, taxation, risk management, insurance, and retirement planning. These skill sets can help
students from all disciplines advance their private ventures and careers.
By blending courses from Accounting and Finance, graduates from all disciplines with the Personal and Professional Financial Management minor will gain the foundational knowledge to seek careers in financial services such as banking, insurance, investment advisory firms, financial planning firms, pension, and accounting firms.
The Personal and Professional Financial Management minor requires 19 hours of coursework.
Students pursuing a Finance major or an Integrated Business major with a finance track are not eligible for this minor.
All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.
Admission to Breech is not required of those pursuing a minor offered by the Breech School.