Susan Clark is a graduate of The Ohio State University, earning both a Bachelor’s of Science in Metallurgical Engineering and an MBA. After working in the Consulting Division of Arthur Andersen, Susan began teaching full time at Franklin University, teaching Corporate Finance, Investments, Money & Banking and Senior Seminar.
In 1999, Susan returned to Ohio State as an adjunct and in 2010 became a Senior Lecturer, teaching Investments and Corporate Finance. Susan also teaches in the Distance Learning Program to the regional campuses and is a Certified Peer Evaluator for Quality Matters.
Susan received the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Panhellenic Association in 2011. She is the advisor to the Rotaract Student Organization here at Ohio State. Susan resides in Dublin with her husband and two college aged daughters.
Areas of Expertise
- Corporate Finance
- M.B.A., The Ohio State University
- B.S. Metallurgical Engineering, The Ohio State University
FIN 3220 - Business Finance
Introductory finance class which allows students to develop the skills to understand how financial managers make value-maximizing decisions for their firms.
FIN 4211 - Corporate Finance
Analysis of advanced capital budgeting problems through understanding the theories and applications of capital structure, leasing and real options. Theories and applications in corporate control, corporate governance and mergers, and acquisitons.
FIN 4221 - Investments
Skills for valuation and theories and applications of CAPM, APT, and efficient markets; investment options, forwards and futures, interest rate parity, and relevant market regulation.
FIN 4230 - Options and Futures I
Development of the basic skills to value options, futures, and related derivatives with applications to derivative-based investments such as incentive stock options.