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Courses and Descriptions

FNCE-1010Financial Literacy

A basic understanding of money – how it is made, managed, and invested – is fundamental in our day-to-day lives. Financial literacy should be learned and reinforced throughout life as our needs change.
This course will increase students’ financial knowledge and skills by teaching them how to manage income, track expenses, and set and achieve financial goals. Students will also be introduced to different banking products and budget creation techniques that will help them hone the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to make responsible financial decisions and manage personal debt.

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