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