The Banking Concentration prepares students for a wide variety of positions in the industry as the typical “teller” position is declining. These positions could include: loan officer, community relations, sales, bank/brand marketing, internal auditor, data processing officer, and risk management. The concentration builds develops expertise in the core business concepts while including a focus on industry specific issues. With the solid business training coupled with the required banking hands-on experience, the student will be poised to enter s management trainee program and to take on leadership positions in the industry. The employment in the industry is expected to grow around 10% over the next decade.
8-Semester Plans are provided by programs to assist students in planning which courses to take during each of their eight semesters of college.
Note: The most up-to-date curriculum is available via the current catalog.
A total of 56 hours with grades of “C-” or better is required.
Required Courses: Common Core 32 hours.
Depth Requirements: 24 hours (16 hours required, 8 hours elective)
AC230 Financial Accounting (4)
AC231 Managerial Accounting (4)
EC130 Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics (4)
EC131 Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics (4)
EC334 Business Statistics I (4)
EC335 Business Statistics II (4)
MA230 Introduction to Management and Organizations (4)
MK230 Introduction to Marketing (4)
EC339 Money and Banking (4)
FN205 Personal Finance (2)
FN430 Regulation, Commercial, and Consumer Lending (4)
FN485 Wilmington Hands-On Learning Experience (4)
EC350 Topics in Economics (Approved Topics Only) (2)
MA350 Topics in Management (Approved Topics Only) (2)
AG363 Agribusiness Financial Mgmt (4)
CA332 Foundations of Digital Design (4)