Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB

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Subject: Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB
Particulary the newly admitted students


what finance courses do u have to reg for fall and winter?

[30-06-2005,22:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB)
Hey,I am a finance major at JMSB, but I have been at Concorida for 2.5 years. YOu dont have to take finance courses right away!

YOu need to have taken comm 308 (INtro to finance) and comm 220 (intermediate microeconomics/analysis of markets) before you can take Fina 385 and Fina 395.


[30-06-2005,23:57]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB)
well..

my major was Economics first..but I´ve changed it to Finance now.

I already registered for the ECON 201 and ECON 203 courses. When I asked them if I have to drop them and register for other courses they said that all newly admitted JMSB students have to take ECON 201 & 203 ..is that true?

[01-07-2005,15:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB)
All admitted JMSB students who have to complete 120 credits to graduate MUST take Econ 201, Econ 203, Math 208 and Math 209, English 212 and English 213, Inte 290.

Do not worry, these courses are very easy except for the english ones. Here is a little tip for you, if you plan on doing a maths minor DO NOT TAKE MATH 208 AND MATH 209, but take MATH 204, MATH 203, MATH 205.

You should go see an advisor, they are really helpful.

You have to figure out what you are going to minor in becuase you have many electives to take. If you are a finance major, you should definitely do a minor in one of following areas:

-Economics
-Maths + stats
-Accounting


[01-07-2005,18:51]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Major Finance students at Concordia JMSB)
OH yes, here is something to help you:

http://www.johnmolson.concordia.ca/ugrad/2005-2006/120creditsheets.pdf


[01-07-2005,18:53]
Anonymous



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