(4 credit hours)
Winter | Prerequisites: FN201 or consent of the Program Director
A comprehensive study of commercial banking and its role in the economy. This course emphasizes the practical application of economic principles as they relate to bank management and regulatory policy. Topics include banking history and regulation, consumer and commercial credit analysis, asset and liability management, risk management, loan policy, and money management services. Current trends such as bailouts, on-line banking, and internationalization will also be addressed.