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FIN 214

Money and Banking


FIN 101
FIN 201
FIN 214
FIN 215
FIN 217

FIN 214 Money and Banking


This course covers the nature and uses of money and the history and development of the American commercial banking system. Students will evaluate a bank's assets and liabilities and its portfolio management. The Federal Reserve System, bank regulations, money and capital markets; fiscal and monetary policy; finance and credit institutions; and the international monetary system as well as new financial instruments, risk and reward are also studied.


  • Prerequisite: ECO 101, ECO 202 or permission of the Discipline Coordinator
  • Hours: 3
  • Credits: 3


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