Introduction to the principle ideas in finance and their application to the solution of financial problems. Note: This is a core requirement class
Introduces advanced topics in corporate finance in addition to reviewing and extending some topics covered in Business 320.
Ties together many of the concepts students learn throughout their undergraduate studies and prepares them for a career, perhaps in the financial markets. The course has been designed to study economic and financial theory from the daily changes in market prices rather than from a textbook.
This course deals with the valuation and use of options and futures contracts. It presents relative pricing requirements for these contracts that are enforced by arbitrage trading strategies
Major emphasis is on the concepts underlying the intermediation process, and managerial policies and decision making within deposit-taking and nonbank financial institutions.
Divided into four modules, this course surveys the private equity industry, with an emphasis on the financial and economic tools useful for leveraged buyout and venture capital investing.
This course presents an introduction into fixed income and studies primary fixed income securities such as bonds and mortgages.
This course uses academic studies, practitioner-oriented readings, case studies, and projects to cover both conventional wisdom and state-of-the-art methods used in managing a portfolio of equity securities.
This course presents information on the cash flow analysis that underlies real estate equity investment and the measures of the rate of return of that investment.
Contemporary principles of valuation, acquisition, financing, and management of real property are the primary topics studied in this course.