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This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and principles of finance. It examines financial concepts and analytical techniques, capital structure, financial performance, short-term financial planning, time value of money, measurement of risk and return, capital budgeting. Value assets and businesses given forecasts of future cash flows will be covered.
No prerequisite.
This course introduces the regulation of financial markets and the role that financial institutions. It examines important current issues in the regulation of the U.S. capital markets and potential future actions. It analyzes the financial disclosure requirements of non-financial corporations and the impact of these requirements on corporate policies.
Prerequisite – FIN 201 
This course covers statistical methods and mathematical models for forecasting future market movements. The objective of this course is to use economic theories and quantitative methods for investments that have wide applicability in business and financial decision making. It prepares students to develop the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for successful working with multiple types of risks in modern financial markets.
Prerequisite – FIN 201
This course discusses the available corporate securities that firms can use to finance investment. The different kind of securities covered include corporate and junk bonds, bank loans, common and preferred equity, commercial paper, securitization Topics include are the design of these securities, the issuing process for these securities, the underwriting process, the pricing of these securities and the cost of capital.
Prerequisite – FIN 201

This course introduces the role of small business in contemporary society and how small business organization and management with an emphasis on the marketing mix.  It provides exposure to the stresses of a start-up business, the uncertainties that exist, and the behavior of entrepreneurs. The route from consider legitimate ideas oriented towards the formation of an enterprise will be discussed.
Prerequisite – FIN 201

This course provides empirical evidence when making investment decisions. It covers portfolio theory, equilibrium models of security, market efficiency, intrinsic value and risk, the empirical behavior of security prices, venture capital, performance evaluation and behavioral finance. Domestic and international financial markets will be discussed.
Prerequisite – FIN 201
This course covers investment and financing issues in real estate as well as real estate knowledge. It focuses on understanding, calculating, and analyzing potential cash flow, tax, and future benefits of real estate asset. It also emphasizes the entrepreneurial management style and risk analysis techniques used by successful investors and developers.
Prerequisite – FIN 201
This course provides the fundamental concepts, principles and approaches of corporate finance and practice of decision-making within the corporation. It covers the analytical skills for making corporate investment and financial decisions and risk analysis. Topics covered include the concepts of present value and the opportunity cost of capital, discounted cash flow analysis and other valuation techniques.
Prerequisite – FIN 201
This course provides the characteristics of international financial markets and evaluates the risks and benefits involved in operating globally. It focuses international finance from both corporate and international banking viewpoints. It also covers pricing in the foreign currency, market efficiency in the international money markets, foreign currency options and international capital asset pricing.
Prerequisite – FIN 201
This course examines the general nature of financial management and focuses in corporate finance. It presents the necessary tools required to objectively approach and solve financial problems as well as enhances the understanding of basic financial theory and practices. It also discusses the topics such as capital budgeting, capital structure and working capital decisions.
No prerequisite.
This course provides students with tools to analyze and exploit information in corporate financial statements. It helps students with understanding and analysis the corporate issues on financial reporting strategies effectively. It also covered include financial distress prediction, the impact of accounting information on security returns and the evaluation of short-term and long-term loan requests.
Prerequisite – FIN 500
The course introduces the functions of public and private financial institutions. It focuses on classical ideas in finance, such as expected utility, risk aversion, mean‐variance portfolio analysis, separation thermo, state prices and risk neutral valuation, efficient market. It also provides specific technical knowledge of financial decision-making at these institutions. This course will offer with doctoral course FIN 617.
Prerequisite – FIN 500
This course introduces the structure and functions of financial institutions and markets in the United States. It covers topics such as the money market and short-term money management; the equity and bond markets; financial assets and the primary market; and the difference between electronic and floor-based equity markets.
Prerequisite – FIN 500
This course provides an introduction to the tools needed to enter the field of professional money management. It covers the theory and practice of money management and analysis of the theory and practice involved when securities are combined into portfolios. Modern portfolio theory, such as market efficiency and behavioral finance will be included.
Prerequisite – FIN 500
This course is a survey course of investments including corporate and government securities, real property and financial intermediaries. It examines investment policies, timing purchases and sales, types of securities, factors that insolence pricing changes. The study of investment pricing techniques and of the institutional background will be covered.
Prerequisite – FIN 500
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