Finance and Credit Diploma (54 Credits)

Program Description

The Finance and Credit Program will prepare students for career opportunities in the Finance and Credit industry. Preparing students for a diverse employment market, courses cover a variety of business related areas including accounting, banking, communications, computer applications, management, math, and sales.

The general education courses may transfer and are part of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC).
The general studies courses are technically focused and not designed for transfer.

Career Opportunities

Finance and Credit graduates have found many job opportunities in a variety of businesses such as commercial banks, credit unions, finance companies, collection agencies, medical facilities, mortgage companies, property management associations, and in the credit departments of retail, wholesale, and service organizations.

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Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
ACCT1215 Accounting Principles I 4 Credits
BUSM1267 Introduction to Business 2 Credits
CPTR1210 Introduction to Computers 3 Credits
FNCR1220 Principles of Banking 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
ACCT1216 Accounting Principles II 4 Credits
ACCT1219 Spreadsheets-Microsoft Excel 2 Credits
SAMG1206 Strategic Customer Service 3 Credits
SAMG1251 Financial Strategies for Business 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester III
BUSM2275 Legal Environment of Business 3 Credits
FNCR1260 Risk Management and Commercial Real Estate 3 Credits
SAMG1211 Professional Sales Fundamentals 3 Credits
SAMG1215 Principles of Management 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester IV
FNCR1250 Credit Law 3 Credits
FNCR2245 Consumer Lending 3 Credits
FNCR2275 Internship 3 Credits
General Education
ECON1310 Personal Finance 3 Credits
General Studies - Written Communication 3 Credits
General Studies - Human Relations 3 Credits
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $2,000

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.