Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for PFIN 101 at Metropolitan State University in

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Minnesota State University, Mankato
FINA 100 - Personal Financial Management - 3 credits

Fundamental concepts of managing cash flows: preparation of personal budget, personal debt management, financial goal establishment, savings and investments, insurance.
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Riverland Community College
BUSA 1050 - Personal Financial Management and Planning - 3 credits

This course introduces and emphasizes the importance of personal financial management and planning and provides solid strategies for successful financial management. Topics covered include key factors that affect personal income; budgets; cash-flow management; credit and credit cards; borrowing; managing taxes; and major expenditures including housing, automobiles, insurance and investments. Students will prepare their own financial plan. This course is part of the Associate in Arts Business Concentration and Associate in Science Business degrees which are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). (3 Cr - 3 lect, 0 lab)
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Rochester Community and Technical College
BUS 2101 - Personal Finance - 3 credits
This course covers fundamental concepts of personal financial management, focusing on the major personal financial planning situations that individuals and families encounter. Money management topics include: budgets, banking, tax strategies, investments, credit, insurance, real estate, interest, pension investments, and retirement planning. College level reading is recommended for this course. (Prerequisites: None). (3 C/3 lect, 0 lab).
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Winona State University
BUED 215 - Personal Finance - 3 credits
For all students. Units focus on the major personal financial planning problems that individuals and families encounter. Emphasis on using the activity involved with personal financial planning as a framework for developing effective money management practices. Consumer units include budgets, banking, tax strategies, investments, credit, insurance, real estate, interest, pensions, and estate and retirement planning. Offered each semester.
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