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Banking and Finance - CCL

Gainful Employment Information
Major: 5627
Effective Term: 2010 Fall Final Term: Current
Award: CCL
Total Credits: 33-36

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Banking and Finance career program has been developed to prepare qualified men and women for entry or advancement in the banking profession. To meet the changing image and many challenges of the world of finance, the role of the modern banker today demands specialized knowledge and flexible job performances. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is also available.

Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.

Admission Criteria:


Program Prerequisites
ENG101 First-Year Composition 3
Required Courses
ACC111 Accounting Principles I (3) AND
ACC112 Accounting Principles II (3) AND
ACC212 Managerial Accounting (3)
ACC111 Accounting Principles I (3) AND
ACC230 Uses of Accounting Information I (3) AND
ACC240 Uses of Accounting Information II (3)
ACC211 Financial Accounting (3) AND
ACC212 Managerial Accounting (3)6-9
CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3
GBS103 Principles of Banking 3
GBS131 Business Calculations 3
GBS151 Introduction to Business 3
GBS205 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business 3
GBS206 Business Law (UCC) 3
GBS233 Business Communication 3
GBS261 Investments I 3
GBS294 Consumer Credit 3

Program Competencies

  1. Identify, describe, and use the fundamental principles and practices of accounting. (ACC111, ACC211)
  2. Define the basic rules of financial accounting and apply them to business problems. (ACC112, ACC211, ACC230)
  3. Identify and describe the uses of accounting information for internal and external purposes, with emphasis on analysis for use by management. (ACC212, ACC240)
  4. Demonstrate the use of computer information systems, computer concepts, microcomputer applications, and programming techniques. (CIS105)
  5. Describe the characteristics and significance of the American banking system, including types of accounts, banking services, and the relationship of commercial banks to their depositors. (GBS103)
  6. Calculate business problems, including percentages, interest, discount, and markups. (GBS131)
  7. Identify the fundamental characteristics and functions of modern business, including business principles, marketing, labor relations, and business risk. (GBS151)
  8. Identify and define legal theories, ethical issues, and the regulatory climate affecting business policies and decisions. (GBS205)
  9. Describe, evaluate, and apply the legal and ethical aspects of contracts, sales, commercial paper, secured transactions, documents of title, letters of credit, bank deposits, and collections. (GBS206)
  10. Create and analyze internal and external business communications, including various verbal and nonverbal techniques. (GBS233)
  11. Evaluate various investment forms including study of inflation, taxation, government securities, stocks and bonds, real estate, and retirement plans. (GBS261)
  12. Describe, evaluate, and apply the concept of consumer lending by financial institutions. (GBS294)

Complete program information is available here.

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change.

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