FIN 4213 - Corporate Finance III
Corporate finance theories as they relate to spinoffs, restructuring, and bankruptcy.
FIN 4214 - Corporate Finance IV
A capstone course that allows students to apply their skills and knowledge developed in ealier courses to action-based corporate finance case studies.
FIN 6211 -
Covers topics of time value of money, concepts of risk and return, and investment criteria.
FIN 6212 -
Covers capital budgeting, market efficiency, derivatives, interest rate parity.
FIN 6220 -
Fundamental techniques for financial analysis such as time value of money, risk and return, capital budgeting and investment criteria, financial accounting, and an introduction to financial derivatives.
FIN 6226 -
Action-based course providing students in the Specialized Masters Finance the opportunity to practice analytical and soft skills through working with professionals on finance projects.
FIN 7210 -
Advanced valuation skills and theories and applications in capital structure and security issuance.
FIN 7212 -
Advanced theories of and applications in the areas of corporate control and governance and mergers and acquisitions.
FIN 7213 -
Advanced corporate finance theories and applications in the areas of spinoffs, restructuring, and bankruptcy.
FIN 7214 -
Advanced case studies in corporate finance.