Financial Economics Minor Requirements

The main objective of the minor is to provide students with training in the conceptual framework, guiding concepts, and technical tools of modern finance. The broader goal is to provide insights into the large and the small—the macro and micro—of how this framework helps us understand the workings of the economy.

Effective for students entering JHU in Fall 2023 and beyond, students must earn a grade of C or better in both AS.180.101 Elements of Macroeconomics and AS.180.102 Elements of Microeconomics to be a financial economics minor.  For all other courses in the minor, a minimum grade of C- or better is required and courses may not be taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory. One cannot complete both the economics and financial economics minor. The minor is open to all majors; however, for economics majors, there is a restriction on double-counting: the two elective courses counting toward the minor cannot also count toward the economics major. The minor in financial economics includes five required courses and two elective courses with the POS-Tag ECON-FINMIN.

Required Courses
AS.180.101Elements of Macroeconomics3
AS.180.102Elements of Microeconomics3
AS.180.263Corporate Finance3
AS.180.301Microeconomic Theory4
AS.180.367Investment-Portfolio Management3
Elective Courses
Two additional financial economics elective courses with the POS-Tag ECON-FINMIN.6
Total Credits22