FINC-3313 Principles of Finance
A study of the objectives and techniques of the finance function of the firm. Financial ratios, cash budgets, break-even analysis, leverage, quantitative tools, security evaluation, cost of capital, capital budgeting, working capital management, sources of capital for expansion and evaluation of the capital structure are studied. This course is normally offered every semester.
FINC-3513 Money and Banking
A study of the nature, history, and functions of money and monetary institutions. Particular attention is given to the central banking system, the Federal Reserve System, free enterprise, government controls, the money supply, foreign exchange, and the interrelationships between monetary theory and the theories of prices and unemployment. This course Is normally offered in the fall semester.
FINC-3613 Investment Analysis
A practical study of securities and securities markets. The development of the models for the valuation of stocks and bonds as well as alternative investments such as options, warrants, convertible securities, futures, mutual funds, and puts and calls. This course Is normally offered in the spring semester.
FINC-3813 Personal Finance
An analysis of financial management for individuals and families. Areas covered include financial planning and budgeting, financial products and services, and risk management. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.
FINC-4113 Advanced Financial Management
A continuation of the basic financial management course. The course involves an in-depth study of the theories and practices related to the financial administration of the firm. Areas covered include valuation model, risk analysis, capital budgeting, capital structure and dividend policy, long term financing decisions, and asset management. This course Is normally offered in the fall semester.
FINC-4213 International Finance
Analyzes financial problems corporations face that result from operating in an international environment. Major topics covered are corporate strategy and the decision to invest abroad, forecasting exchange rates, international portfolio diversification, managing exchange risk, exposure management, cost of capital and financial structure in the multinational firm, and sources of financing. This course Is normally offered in the spring semester.
FINC-4313 Financial Markets and Institutions
An analysis of financial markets and institutions. Areas covered include non-bank financial institutions, the nature and importance of various financial markets, and global issues with international markets and institutions. This course Is normally offered in the spring semester.
FINC-4513 Topics in Finance
The capstone course for finance. In addition to emphasizing portfolio management and international finance, the course covers the most current topics of investment finance. This course Is normally offered in the spring semester.
FINC-4713 Principles of Insurance
Comprehensive study of insurance and third party transfer of risk. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.
FINC-5103 Financial Services
The course covers both theoretical and mechanical considerations in the administration of the finance function of today's service-oriented industries.
FINC-5113 Advanced Financial Management
This course will be a comprehensive study of the financial tools and the skills needed by managers responsible for managing corporate financial holdings. the course objectives correspond to CFP educational requirements. Topics covered includes: Dividend Policy; Acquirement Venture Capital; Investment Banking; Long-term Debt and Leasing; Options and Derivatives; International Financial Management; and Strategic and Operational Financial Planning.
FINC-5123 Financial Planning
This course will be comprehensive in the study of the financial tools and the skills needed by today's managers in assisting clients to prepare insurance acquirement, home purchases, and other financial milestones. Course objectives correspond to CFP educational requirements and are included under the headings of General Principles of Financial Planning; Employee Benefits Planning; Income Tax Planning; Retirement Planning; and Estate Planning. These areas of study directly correspond to CFP educational requirements.
FINC-5133 Risk Management
This course studies the tools and skills needed in assisting clients to prepare risk assessment of insurance needs and financial investing. Course objectives correspond to the CFP body of knowledge requirements. Topics covered include: Principles of Insurance; Analysis and Evaluation of Risk Exposure; Legal Aspect of Insurance; Insurance Coverage for Property and Casualty; Health, Life Disability Income; and Long-Term Care. Other topics cover Insurance Policy Selection and Policy Ownership Issues.
This course studies the investing tools and skills needed by today's managers responsible for managing investments and various types of risk. Course topics correspond to CFP educational requirements. Course topics covered will include a study of types and use of investment vehicles, types of investment risks, measures of investment risks and returns, bond and stock valuation methods, formula investing , investing strategies, asset pricing models, hedging and option strategies, and tax issues of investment vehicles.
FINC-5153 International Trade & Finance
This course is cross listed as meeting the requirements as an elective course for both International Business and Finance Tracks. The course curriculum emphasizes global trade and international finance covering global economics and current financial factors in the world, balance of trade, managing rate risk, structuring international transactions, and international capital markets.
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