The following courses are an example of what may be offered Sping Semester.  The list is subject to change.  Students will be given a complete list of updated course offerings prior to your arrival in Columbus.
 
 
 

7210: Corporate Financial Management I
This course covers advanced valuation skills and theories and applications in capital structure and security issuance.
 


7215: Entrepreneurial Finance 

This course covers advanced study of the roles of angel investing, business plans, and venture capital in entrepreneurial finance.
 


7216: Private Equity 

This course covers advanced study of the roles of angel investing, business plans, and venture capital in entrepreneurial finance.
 


7220: Investment Management I
This course covers advanced skills needed for securities valuation, theories and applications related to the CAPM, APT, and efficient markets.
 


7222: Investment Management II
This course covers the valuation of fixed income securities as well as measures of their interest rate and credit risk.
 


7226: Behavioral Finance
This course covers the theories of behavioral finance, such as Prospect Theory, and their implications for investor behavior and markets.
 


7240: Real Estate I
This course covers topics in real estate planning and development, property management, and related property laws.
 


7241: Real Estate II
This course covers advanced topics in real estate valuations with applications to mortgage-related instruments and REITs.
 


7290: Enterprise Risk Management I
This course teaches advanced theories of Corporate Risk Management, hedging strategies, and how to measure apply Value at Risk.
 


7291: Enterprise Risk Management II
This class is an action-based graduate level course. Students apply theories of risk management, hedging strategies, and value at risk to cases.