FIN 2357 - Personal Financial Planning
Credits: 3 hrs
This course will help students organize their financial lives by learning and implementing selected principles of accounting, finance, and management. The course will address value and risk determination by dealing specifically with the analysis of one’s financial status, goal setting and planning, and decision making. Risk analysis, savings and investment principles, taxes, debt management, retirement, and estate considerations are areas which guide the financial management of individuals and businesses alike.
Prerequisite(s): Credit cannot be earned for both this course and FIN 2356 . MAT 1311 or higher MAT, or Corequisite of MAT 1312 or higher MAT.
General Education Course that Satisfies SLO: Quantitative Literacy