Dec 07, 2021  
2021 Siena Heights University Catalog 
    
2021 Siena Heights University Catalog
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FIN 209 Personal Finance


3 credit hours

This course enables students to be good financial decision-makers and wise financial service consumers. Using practical economic principles such as risk, rationality, opportunity costs and the time value of money, they learn how to bank and save, when and where to invest, how to manage credit cards and student loans, whether to rent or to buy housing, to lease or buy autos. Students consider career planning in light of their lifetime income, security and personal success goals. The course features problems, case studies, self-quizzes, and Internet projects. Students may not earn credit for both this course and FIN 309 Personal Financial Planning . Note: Course offering cycles apply to the Adrian campus only.

Prerequisite: None
Course is Offered: Uncertain



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