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Business and Banking

Prepare for entry-level employment in the banking and finance industries with M State's 60-credit Associate of Applied Science degree in Business and Banking. M State courses in business, accounting and economics will provide the foundation that will allow you to begin a career at an entry level in commercial banks, thrift institutions, government lending agencies and credit companies.

This program is offered on our Fergus Falls campus.


Here’s what you’ll learn

  • Preparation of financial statements
  • Interpretation of financial statements
  • Concepts, tools and applications of finance andinvestment
  • Information system theory, software and hardware
  • Roles and structure of banks and other financial intermediaries and the effect of the monetary system on the economy
  • Concepts of sound management
  • Operation and regulation of banks and the services provided to banking customers


Why choose M State

  • It's an exceptional educational value
  • Class sizes are small
  • Instruction is personalized and hands-on
  • Online courses offer flexibility
  • Faculty are committed to student success
  • Generous scholarships are offered through campus foundation


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Business and Banking Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Locations: Fergus Falls

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Business and Banking AAS required courses

First fall term

· ECON 2210 Macroeconomics

· ACCT2211 Financial Accounting I

· BUS1141 Introduction to Business

· BUS1174 Principles of Banking

· BUS1146 Personal Finance

First spring term

· ECON2222 Microeconomics

· ACCT2212 Financial Accounting II

· ACCT1108 Business Math and Calculators

· BUS1120 Spreadsheet & Database Concepts

· BUS2206 Principles of Marketing

Second fall term

· BUS2204 Principles of Management

· BUS1175 Fundamentals of Investing

· ENGL1101 College Writing

· PSYC1200 General Psychology

· BUS or FNCS elective

Second spring term

· BUS2202 Management Information Systems

· BUS2150 Legal Environment of Business

· BUS2275 Money and Banking

· PHIL1201 Ethics

· COMM1140 Interpersonal Communication

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