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The Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Banking curriculum is designed to provide you with an understanding of monetary institution practices as well as industry regulations. Continue reading for more information regarding this Strayer University undergraduate program.
If you enroll in the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Banking program, you will have the opportunity to gain a foundation in financial recording and reporting, promotions, professional ethics, and business laws. You will have the chance to examine public and private banking institutions and understand various domestic and international fiscal markets. The curriculum is also designed to cover such topics as global lending, international exchange, valuation risk, fund sourcing, and liquidity management. In addition, students will have the opportunity to learn how to supervise portfolios as well as perform banking operations electronically. This program is offered online and at Strayer University campuses.
You may enjoy analyzing numbers and data. Furthermore, you may have practical experience as a teller or bank representative but seek a degree to further strengthen your professional qualifications. Applicants to Strayer University's programs should have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs may have additional requirements.
This program requires the completion of 180 credit hours: 27 core, 27 major, 27 concentration, 54 general studies, and 45 elective units. With this major's elective requirement, you could be able to develop a minor concentration.
Business Administration, Banking Course Requirements
|Area 1||Core Component|
|ACC 100||Accounting I|
|BUS 100||Introduction to Business|
|BUS 107||Fundamentals of E-Business|
|CIS 105||Introduction to Information Systems|
|ENG 115||English Composition|
|MAT 105||Introduction to College Mathematics|
|Area 2||Major Component|
|BUS 302||Principles of Management|
|BUS 309||Business Ethics|
|ECO 100||Principles of Economics|
|FIN 100||Principles of Finance|
|LEG 100||Business Law I|
|MKT 100||Principles of Marketing|
|Area 3||Concentration Component|
|BUS 499||Business Administration Capstone|
|ECO 320||Money and Banking|
|FIN 300||Financial Management|
|FIN 350||Financial Markets and Institutions|
|FIN 410||Commercial Bank Management and Operations|
|ITB 400||International Banking and Finance|
|Area 4||General Studies Component|
|ENG 215||Research and Writing|
|ENG 240||Communication for Business and the Professions|
|HUM 100||Introduction to Art, Music, and Literature|
|HUM 101||The Origins of Western Culture|
|HUM 400||Religion and Philosophy|
|POL 300 |
|Contemporary International Problems |
Economic Problems and Issues
| The Individual and Society |
Introduction to Psychology
|SCI 110 |
| Introduction to Physical Science |
Introduction to Biology
| Introduction to Sociology|
Sociology of Developing Countries
|Area 5||Elective Component|
|Selected in consultation with an academic advisor|
After you've completed this program, you could go on to work for traditional banks, Web-based financial institutions, money management companies, or private businesses. You could work in such areas as fiscal analysis, financing, or investment management.
With a bachelor's degree, you could be able to pursue employment as a:
Once you've earned your Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Banking, you could go on to enroll in an advanced degree program, which could strengthen your research, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. In addition, participating in a master's degree program could provide you with advanced knowledge of business, financial management, management, and regulatory practices. With a graduate degree you could be able also to seek additional career options.
Master's degree programs offered at Strayer University include: