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Finance

Curriculum for the Bachelor of Business Administration, concentration in Finance

University Core Requirements
Students are required to take the following courses.  Please consult the University Core requirements page for additional courses as required by the College of Business Administration.

LMU COURSE                                                                  SANTA MONICA COLLEGE COURSE                       Core Requirement fulfilled                                              
ECON 120: Introductory Macroeconomics ECON 2: Principles of Macroeconomics Social Science
OR OR
ECON 105: Accelerated Introductory Economics None Social Science
MATH 112: Math Analysis for Business II* MATH 29: Calculus for Business
and Social Science
Mathematics
PSYC 100: General Psychology PSYCH 1: General Psychology Social Science
*Transfer students to the College of Business Administration must take this course before transfer.

Lower Division Major Requirements:
LMU COURSE                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE COURSE                                                                
ACCT 211: Financial Accounting ACCTG 1: Principles of Accounting
ACCT 212: Managerial Accounting ACCTG 2: Principles of Accounting
BLAW 205: Legal Environment of Business BUS 5: Business Law
ECON 110: Introductory Microeconomics ECON 1: Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 230: Introductory Statistics None
ISQM 275: Computers in Business* CIS 1: Introduction to Computers with Applications
OR
CIS 4: Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
*As of Fall 2010, ISQM 275 will no longer be required for the Bachelor of Administration degrees.

Electives
Students are also required to take 6 semester hours of non-business electives and 9 semester hours of free electives.  Students may check the Summary of Transferable Courses page for lower division courses or they may choose to fulfill all or part of this requirement with upper division courses taken at LMU.