Graduate Minors

Finance Graduate Minor

A minor in finance develops students’ ability to allocate funds to their highest valued use. This minor provides a base understanding of how businesses raise and invest capital, how individuals allocate their savings and invest and how markets function to support the business of any industry and any field of study.

This minor would pair well with practically any graduate degree program across all disciplines, specifically:

  • Arts administration
  • Communication
  • Culinary arts
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Fashion design
  • Health administration
  • Hospitality management
  • Law
  • Library science
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine
  • Museum leadership
  • Project management
  • Public health
  • Public policy
  • Publishing
  • Retail and merchandising
  • Sport management
  • Television management

This minor can be pursued by students studying both in both full and part-time programs and can be completed online as well as in person.

Program Learning Priorities and Outcomes

This program focuses on the following Drexel Learning Priorities:

  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Problem Solving

Program Requirements

Total Credits: 12

See the Drexel Course Catalog for complete requirements and course descriptions.

Course Title Credits
FIN 601 Corporate Financial Management 3
FIN 602 Advanced Financial Management 3
FIN 622 Financial Institutions and Markets 3
FIN 626 Investment Management 3

Plan of Study

Term Course
Term 1 FIN 601
Term 2 FIN 602
Term 3 FIN 622
Term 4 FIN 626