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Financial Management Advisory Committee
Committee General Information

Next Meeting:
There are no scheduled meetings for this committee.
Recent Meetings:
August 16, 2011
July 23, 2010
November 14, 2008
Committee Functions:
The purpose of the Financial Management department is to provide premier courses and degree plans that give students the practical, theoretical, and technical knowledge needed to be successful in the field of Finance. Our curriculum provides students with first-rate professional and workforce programs that result in employment in the public and private sectors.It is based on identified competencies, has a capstone experience, and strives to be socially responsible as well as addressing employer needs. We are committed to:
Providing students in the finance management degree plans the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance their finance abilities that will enable them to seek employment in finance or banking positions.
Providing students in the transfer degree plan the knowledge and skills necessary for transfer and success at a baccalaureate degree granting institution.
Providing students in the workforce areas the knowledge and skills necessary for job enhancement.
Providing employers in our community a trained, technically competent, and diverse workforce.
Providing all students advising from a qualified, dedicated, and accessible faculty.

Our overall departmental mission is threefold:
1) to prepare students for entry-level employment in the rapidly expanding finance and banking industry,
2) to enable students to improve their job skills to promote career advancement and development
3) provide undergraduate courses to individuals who wish to transfer to complete a four year degree.

The department hires highly qualified professionals within our field of study and provides them the support they need. The department has relevant, up-to-date course materials and keeps text books current. Course content complies with federal and state laws and regulations and local industry standards and includes recommendations from the Advisory Committee. SCANS competencies along with Master Syllabi are posted on the departmental website.
There are no recommendations recorded for this committee.
Additional Resources:
Committee Contacts:
Ina MidkiffIna Midkiff, Co-chair
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