FINC 6101. Financial Management. (3 Credits)
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the functional concepts of the finance function with emphasize on the decision-making techniques relevant to financial and non-financial managers. Topics include valuation of future cash flows, capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital, and long-term financial policy. Offered: Spring.
FINC 6102. Cases in Financial Management. (3 Credits)
FINC 6103. Investment Analysis. (3 Credits)
A survey of the investment field in theory and practice from the point of view of indivduals and institutional investors. Includes the study of security analysis and portfolio management.
FINC 6104. Capital Markets and the Global Economy. (3 Credits)
This course will provide an in-depth study of capital markets in instruments, structure, and equilibrium and familiarize the students as managers with a changing international scene. The use of foreign exchange markets, interest rate, risk, arbitrage, spot and forward rates, swaps and the applicabiity to hedging will be introduced. Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 and ECON 3145.
FINC 6105. Management of Financial Intermediaries. (3 Credits)
This is an in-depth study of the different types of finan- cial intermediaries. Students will gain insights into the importance of the dual role played by these institutions, learn the procedures and operations in which they partici- pate and be able to identify the characteristics of the financial assets intermediaries manage in their port- folios. Prerequisite: FINC 3105.
FINC 6106. Speculative Markets and Financial Engineering. (3 Credits)
FINC 6145. Banking & Foreign Exchange. (3 Credits)
FINC 6745. Financial Management. (3 Credits)
FINC 6755. Cases in Financial Mgt. (3 Credits)
FINC 6756. Investment Analysis. (3 Credits)
FINC 6758. Capital Budgeting. (3 Credits)
FINC 6792. Directed Study in Finance. (3 Credits)