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Money & Banking

Money & Banking

Course Description:  Money and Banking presents a fundamental treatment of how money functions in the U.S. and world economies. Topics include the concept of money supply and the role your bank plays as a money creator and participant in the nation’s payment mechanism. Money and Banking also explains how the various types of financial institutions operate, the workings of monetary and fiscal policies, the functions and powers of the Federal Reserve, and more. 
$500 NBA or ABA Members/$650 Non-Members
A shipping/handling fee is added to AIB Online Courses with textbooks. State sales tax applies to cost of text only.
16 Weeks
Course Credits
ABA: 3.0; ACE: See below
Required Software
Money and Banking, 2012 Cengage.  Course fee includes textbook.
Other Delivery Options:
Self-Study – ABA Self-Study

$300 members; $400 non-members (text must be purchased separately)
Classroom Training - Textbooks
Purchase textbooks for in-bank or classroom training.  Call (402) 474-1555 to discuss earning ABA credit for in-bank courses.
Audience:  Bank personnel who have not had a formal course in money and banking and who wish to increase their understanding of the banking industry; officer trainees through the mid-management level.
Learning Objectives:  After successfully completing this program, you will be able to:
  • Describe how commercial banks “create” money
  • Identify the tools of monetary and fiscal policy
  • Summarize and better interpret major trends and issues in banking
  • Relate bank operations to the US payments mechanism
  • Compare and contrast various types of financial institutions
ACE College Credit Recommendation: In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Money and Banking or Economics.
Proctored Examination Required
This course requires proctored exams. You will need to identify a person from your institution who will proctor your exams during business hours, Monday – Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Eastern USA Time. This person should be your Human Resources Training Manager, supervisor, or someone from the management team of your organization. Make sure to arrange your proctor well in advance of your exam date.
If you do not work with an institution, you will need to contact a university/college, library, or a testing center to request they proctor your exam. You will be asked to provide the telephone number of your proctor in case we need to reach that person for verification. A relative or friend cannot proctor an exam. All parties must abide by the ABA exam policy. There are no exceptions.​​​​​​​​​​
The Nebraska Bankers Association is a Local ABA Training Provider.
For More Information Contact:

Joanne Smith
Education and Member Information Coordinator

Nebraska Bankers Association / 233 South 13th Street, Suite 700 / PO Box 80008 / Lincoln, NE 68501-0008