In a global economy, the world of finance is more challenging, complex and filled with more opportunities than ever. UNC’s Finance emphasis provides students with the opportunity to obtain professional certifications including the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and Certificate in Financial Management (CFM).
Academically and professionally qualified and experienced, our faculty thrive on interacting with students and helping them achieve their potential. They bring a wealth of professional experience to the classroom, and put teaching first, producing high-quality research that adds to the body of knowledge in their field.
Global Association of Investment Professionals Recognizes UNC’s Monfort College of Business
The University of Northern Colorado's Monfort College of Business earned recognition from a global association of investment professionals that governs the most respected and recognized investment credential in the field of finance.
The college's finance emphasis has been accepted into the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute's University Recognition program. Entry into the program signals to potential students, employers and the marketplace that the college's finance curriculum is closely tied to professional practice and is well-suited for preparing students to sit for CFA exams.
Master Course Syllabi
BAFN231: Legal Environment of Business
BAFN240: Introduction to Personal Financial Planning
BAFN291: Business Statistics I
BAFN302: Essentials of Business Finance
BAFN305: Intermediate Business Statistics
BAFN332: Business Administration and the Law
BAFN340: Principles of Risk and Insurance
BAFN370: Business Finance
BAFN371: Financial Markets and Institutions
BAFN372: Introduction to Real Estate
BAFN375: Multinational Financial Management
BAFN422: Directed Studies
BAFN441: Estate Planning and Life Insurance
BAFN442: Topics in Financial Planning
BAFN470: Financial Management
BAFN473: Commercial Bank Management
BAFN474: Case Problems in Financial Management
BAFN478: Student and Foundation Fund
BAFN479: Portfolio Management
BAFN492: Internship in Finance
BAFN495: Special Topics in Finance
- Incoming Freshman Admissions Requirements
- Current UNC Student Admissions Requirements
- Transfer Student Admissions Requirements
- International Student Admissions Requirements
"Being a student at MCB has forever changed the direction of my life. I have thoroughly enjoyed my classes, specifically all of the real-world examples, and the exceptional teaching. The course work is challenging, but the faculty and staff always take the time to ensure my success both in and out of the classroom. I firmly believe that my finance education has prepared me with all of the tools needed to be successful in the financial world."
- Katie Cyr, Class of 2016