Financial Information & Analysis Core Requirements

Students are required to complete the following courses:

AC305 Cost Accounting
AC311 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
AC312 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
FN462 Investments
FN464 Financial Management II
FN470 Strategic Financial Management

Financial Information & Analysis Core Electives

Students must complete 3 of the following courses:

AC407 Taxation of Business Entities
AC421 Accounting Information Systems
AC431 Advanced Accounting: Investment & Ownership Interests
AC436 Auditing
FN/EC468 Financial Markets & Institutions
FN455 Venture Capital & Private Equity
FN467 International Finance
FN474 Models for Financial Analysis
FN475 Portfolio Management
FN575 Professional Fund Management I and/or 
FN576 Professional Fund Management II (must total at least 3 credits)
LW471 Law & Society II

Knowledge Area/University Course Electives
Students majoring in FI&A will have approximately 18 credit hours available to use toward Knowledge Area and/or University Course electives.

Free Electives
Students majoring in Financial Information & Analysis will have approximately 6 credit hours available to use toward courses of their choice.

Professional Experience
All students participate in a project-based professional experience such as a co-op, an internship, directed research or a community project clearly related to the student's professional goals.

Global Experience
A global experience is required for graduation for all Clarkson Business students. Employers want our graduates to understand different cultures and diversity and to have had first-hand exposure. Students will have a variety of opportunities, such as a semester exchange and/or faculty-led global business trips, to satisfy this requirement.