Background

Tod Schneider is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Finance. Prior to joining Fisher, Tod worked as an Analyst at Diamond Hill Capital Management covering the retail industry. Additionally, Tod worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the audit practice serving both financial services and consumer clients.

Tod is a member of the CFA Institute and has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Tod is also a Certified Public Accountant (Inactive)

 

Education

  • Chartered Financial Analyst
  • Certified Public Accountant (Inactive)
  • MAcc, The Ohio State University
  • BSBA, The Ohio State University

 

Courses

  • BUSFIN 4201 - Financial Data

    How to use relevant accounting information for various applications in finance such as estimating stock and bond prices and free cash flows. Prereq: 3220 (620), AcctMIS 2200 (211), AcctMIS 2300 (212), BusMgt 2320 (330), and 2321 (331); and BusMHR 2291 or 2292 (BusAdm 499.01).

  • BUSFIN 6212 - Finance II

    Covers capital budgeting, market efficiency, derivatives, interest rate parity. Prereq: Enrollment in MAcc program. Not open to students with credit for 811.

  • BUSFIN 7220 - Investment Theory and Practice

    Advanced skills needed for securities valuation, theories and applications related to the CAPM, APT, and efficient markets. Prereq or concur: MBA 6223, or 810. Not open to students with credit for 822.

  • BUSFIN 7221 - Financial Modeling

    Basic financial modeling techniques in EXCEL. Prereq or concur: MBA 6221, 6222, BusFin 6211, 6212, or 6220. Not open to students with credit for 849.

  • BUSFIN 4202H - Honors Financial Data

    This hands-on course covers the application of financial software tools and financial modeling. You will be exposed to real world applications used in corporate finance, investment banking, private equity, and asset management. Prereq: A CPHR of of 3.5 or above, and admission to the Finance Honors Program.

  • BUSFIN 6230 - Accounting & Finance for Analytics

    Students will understand the fundamentals of accounting (managerial and financial) and finance. The course will cover defining financial data, transforming data into information and leveraging financial information to make financial decisions. Students will have hands-on experience with various types of real-world financial data and build a detailed discounted cash flow model. Prereq: Enrollment in SMB-Analytics program.