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Minor in Finance

The Finance Minor will help to prepare students for careers in financial institutions and business.

Administered by: School of Accounting and Finance at the Ted Rogers School of Management

Students that have completed AFF courses and are no longer registered in the School of Accounting and Finance may use certain AFF courses in place of FIN courses, if applicable and approved by the department, for the completion of the Minor.

Exclusions: This minor is not available to students in the following programs:

To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:

Required courses (4):

Plus two (2) courses from the following:

  • ECN 506 Money and Banking
  • ECN 606 International Monetary Economics
  • FIN 65A/B** Applied Investment Management I
  • FIN 75A/B** Applied Investment Management II
  • FIN 205 Islamic Finance
  • FIN 510 Small Business Finance
  • FIN 512 Risk Management and Insurance
  • FIN 601 Derivatives
  • FIN 611 Fixed Income Securities
  • FIN 612 Retirement and Estate Planning
  • FIN 621 International Finance
  • FIN 631 Financial Modeling I
  • FIN 699 Introduction to FinTEch
  • FIN 701 Financial Intermediation
  • FIN 710 Advanced Corporate Finance
  • FIN 711 Advanced Portfolio Management
  • FIN 800 Ethics in Finance
  • FIN 801 Financial Risk Management
  • FIN 812 Advanced Personal Financial Planning
  • INP 915 Financial Management for Nonprofits
  • PPA 303 Public Budget Policy/Politics
  • REM 400 Real Estate Finance

* Hospitality and Tourism Management students will take HTA 602 Financial Management for Hosp/Tourism in place of FIN 300.

** FIN 65A/B and FIN 75A/B both have a GPA weight of 1 and a course count of of 1. 

Please see  (PDF file) Senate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.