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The Master’s College 2015-2016 Catalog



FIN321 Real Estate Principles (3)

An introductory course designed to cover real

estate fundamentals with practical applications

useful in residential and commercial real estate

transactions. Topics include investment decision

making, valuations, investment performance,

financing, real estate management, legal and

regulatory considerations, market research, and

licensing requirements for brokers and agents. The

course prepares the student for the California real

estate license examination.

FIN332 Financial Services Management (3)

An introduction to the functions and operations

of modern United States financial institutions.

The course covers a study of banking laws and

regulations with special attention given to the impact

of technology within the industry. Additionally,

the evolution and subsequent historical, social, and

political impact of the Federal Reserve is examined.

FIN338 Introduction to Risk Management (3)

An introduction to basic insurance concepts. Topics

include terminology, risk exposure, private consumer

coverage, property and liability insurance, health

insurance, life insurance, annuities, commercial

coverage, and government issues.

FIN341 Investments (3)

A survey of investments including stocks, bonds,

government securities, and financial intermediaries.

Emphasis is placed on security analysis, valuation,

and portfolio management. Topics include personal

financial strategies and investment alternatives.

Prerequisite: ECN200.

FIN388 Studies in Finance (3)

A survey of a selected topic(s) infinancial management

made available by an adjunct or full-time professor.

FIN440 Finance (3)

Valuation methods available to the manager for the

determination of the optimal financial structure of

the firm. Emphasis is on financial statement analysis,

cash flow analysis, capital budgeting, investment, and

financing decisions.

Prerequisite: ACC220.

INB311 Global Business Strategies (3)

This course biblically examines global business

business plan, developing entrepreneurial skills, and

doing case studies of successful small businesses.

BUS483, 484, 485, 486 Business Internship (1-4)

An on-site work experience which gives the student

practical training in specific business techniques

and their applications. Evaluation will be made by

the work supervisor and a member of the business

department faculty.

Prerequisites: junior or senior status

and permission of department chair.

BUS490 Business Strategy (Capstone); Business

Seminar (3)

A course examining contemporary business issues

through integrating coursework and acquired

knowledge in the business discipline. Attention will

be given to a biblical world view, vocational pursuit

and a strategy for life-long learning. An additional

course component is senior assessment.


senior status or permission of the department chairperson.

ECN200 Essentials of Economics & Society (3)

An introduction to macroeconomic principles and

terminology. The primary focus is on the aggregate

U.S. economy and the policy decisions that state and

federal lawmakers face. Topics include: review of

the economic problem, measuring GNP, money and

banking, interest rates, monetary and fiscal policy,

inflation, and unemployment. A basic knowledge of

mathematics and graphs is assumed.

ECN210 Microeconomics (3)

An introduction to microeconomic principles and

terminology. The primary focus is on the business

firm and the decisions it faces. Topics include: review

of the economic problem, mechanics of supply and

demand, elasticities, consumer utility, production

costs, and the competitive environment. A basic

knowledge of mathematics and graphs is assumed.

FIN308 Personal Financial Management (3)

A survey of financial management for individuals

and households including setting financial goals,

developing a budget, preparing personal taxes,

utilizing banking services, using consumer credit,

buying or renting a home, purchasing an automobile

or major appliance, purchasing various types

of insurance, choosing investment options and

strategies, and planning for retirement.