Banking

The Business and Management Department at Grayson College offers two certificates related to  Banking:  General Banking and Bank Operations. Both are designed to prepare students for employment in the various aspects of the banking industry. The certificates may also be used by people in the banking industry to hone or expand required skills.

Course Requirements

Grayson College requires that you have a high school diploma or equivalent. The certificates are TSI exempt.

Capstone Experience

Graduation with either the General Banking or Bank Operations Certificates requires successful completion of a Capstone Course.

General Banking Certificate



Subject

Semester Hours



ACCT 2301 4
BUSG 2309 3
MRKG 1311 3
BNKG 1366 or 1391 3
INSR 1351 3
AGMG 1311 3
BNKG 1303 (Capstone) 3

22
Enroll in BNKG 1303 during the semester you plan to complete the certificate.


Bank Operations Certificate



Subject

Semester Hours


Completion of General Banking Certificate Plus: 22
ACCT 2302 4
BNKG 1443 4
BMGT 1305 3
BUSI 1311 or MRKG 2333 3
BUSG 1303 or MRKG 1302 3
BNKG 1340 3

20
Total for both certificates 42
Enroll in BNKG 1340 during the semester you plan to complete the certificate

Overview of the fundamental banking functions and the role of regulation in the banking industry. Explanation of financial products and services to various markets.

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Monetary policy and its related effects on financial intermediaries. Includes financial markets, regulatory functions, and structures. Addresses investment and funds management.

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Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

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Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

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An introduction to basic sources of law and banking regulation. Emphasis on the laws relating to contracts, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, and consumer credit.

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Study of the risk management decision-making process. Emphasis on identification and analysis of loss exposures and development of alternative techniques for the treatment of each exposure.

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Last updated: 04/11/2017