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Finance 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar

Approved for letter and S/U grading. Course may be repeated for credit.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 0 TO 5 hours.

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 10109 FIN199 By Arrangement

Finance 221: Corporate Finance

Introductory study of corporate financial management, in particular how the financial manager's choices add value to shareholder wealth through investment financing and operating decisions. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in ACCY 202 and ECON 203; CS 105 or demonstration of electronic spreadsheet competency.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 37374 FIN221 AD1F 09:00-09:503007 Business Instructional FacAmiri Moghadam, S
 37378 FIN221 AD2R 10:00-10:50241 Wohlers HallLagaras, S
 37393 FIN221 AD9F 01:00-01:502005 Business Instructional FacAmiri Moghadam, S
 39668 FIN221 ADBF 02:00-02:502005 Business Instructional FacAmiri Moghadam, S
 37398 FIN221 ADCR 09:00-09:50241 Wohlers HallLagaras, S
 37401 FIN221 ADFR 10:00-10:501049 Business Instructional FacSingh, P
 37404 FIN221 ADHR 11:00-11:50226 Wohlers HallLagaras, S
 37405 FIN221 ADIR 12:00-12:50226 Wohlers HallSingh, P
 37406 FIN221 ADJR 12:00-12:503057 Business Instructional FacKim, H
 37407 FIN221 ADKR 01:00-01:503057 Business Instructional FacKim, H
 37408 FIN221 ADLR 01:00-01:50226 Wohlers HallSingh, P
 37367 FIN221 AL1T 09:00-09:501001 Business Instructional FacDyer, M
 37371 FIN221 AL2T 10:00-10:501001 Business Instructional FacDyer, M

Finance 230: Introduction to Insurance

Introductory course on the role of insurance in society; covers insurance terminology, common personal insurance policies (auto, health, life and homeowners) and current issues.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 30211 FIN230 C MWF 10:00-10:50114 David Kinley HallDavis, D

Finance 241: Fundamentals of Real Estate

A survey of real estate finance, appraisal, investment, law, brokerage, management, development and economics. Special attention is given to the analysis of aggregate real estate and mortgage markets, to the individual transactions within these markets, and to the legal and institutional factors which affect these markets. Prerequisite: ECON 102.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 47724 FIN241 D MW 11:00-12:20166 Wohlers HallDavis, J
 47656 FIN241 H MW 03:30-04:50166 Wohlers HallPerkins, S

Finance 300: Financial Markets

Theory and applications associated with the functioning of financial markets to include the conceptual foundations of portfolio theory, risk management, and asset valuation. The stock, money, bond, mortgage, and futures and options markets are examined. Prerequisite: FIN 221.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 37414 FIN300 A MW 08:00-09:20240 Wohlers HallDavis, D
 58161 FIN300 B MW 11:00-12:20226 Wohlers HallSmith, M
 37416 FIN300 C MW 09:30-10:50166 Wohlers HallMarcinkowski, M
 37422 FIN300 E MW 12:30-01:50166 Wohlers HallMarcinkowski, M
 37427 FIN300 E1 MW 12:30-01:50226 Wohlers HallSmith, M
 45318 FIN300 F MW 02:00-03:20166 Wohlers HallMarcinkowski, M
 37415 FIN300 N TR 09:30-10:502011 Business Instructional FacOltheten, E
 43308 FIN300 N1 TR 09:30-10:503007 Business Instructional FacSpencer, X
 37423 FIN300 P TR 11:00-12:20166 Wohlers HallWaspi, K
 45326 FIN300 R1 TR 12:30-01:50166 Wohlers HallWaspi, K

Finance 321: Advanced Corporate Finance

Theories of firms' investment and financing decisions are covered. Topics include dividend policy, capital budgeting, capital structure, bankruptcy, long- term debt and leasing decisions. Prerequisite: FIN 300.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 32397 FIN321 D MW 11:00-12:20243 Wohlers HallFos, V
 41268 FIN321 E1 MW 12:30-01:50245 Wohlers HallHuang, J
 60083 FIN321 G MW 03:30-04:50245 Wohlers HallHuang, J
 41256 FIN321 P TR 11:00-12:20245 Wohlers HallPeters, S

Finance 390: Finance Academy

The Finance Academy is an enrichment program for outstanding undergraduate Finance majors. A select program that focuses on developing future business leaders via enhanced academic and career opportunities. Students are normally invited to participate by the faculty during their junior year, when they are enrolled in FIN 300. If inducted, students participate throughout their junior and senior years. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated in separate terms. Course will not satisfy Finance major requirements. Prerequisite: Induction into the Finance Academy.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 1 hours.

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 58355 FIN390 ACDW 04:00-06:203007 Business Instructional FacDavis, D

Finance 391: Investment Banking Academy

A diversified curriculum designed to prepare students for a successful career in investment banking; course incorporates peer mentorship, guest lectures (from bankers, accountants, private equity associates and hedge fund analysts), a case competition and a field trip. Course will not satisfy Finance major requirements. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours in separate terms. Prerequisite: Admission by application only.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 1 hours.

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 63342 FIN391 R R 12:30-01:503003 Business Instructional FacGoodfriend, J

Finance 411: Investment & Portfolio Mngt

Current theories of portfolio management are covered in considerable detail to provide a conceptual framework for the evaluation of investment strategies. Applications and implementation are covered in depth, including performance evaluation and international diversification. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 300.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 58364 FIN411 N TR 09:30-10:503009 Business Instructional FacKiku, D
 58363 FIN411 P TR 11:00-12:203009 Business Instructional FacKiku, D
 63276 FIN411 R TR 12:30-01:503009 Business Instructional FacKiku, D

Finance 412: Options and Futures Markets

Introduction of options and futures markets for financial assets; examination of institutional aspects of the markets; theories of pricing; discussion of simple as well as complicated trading strategies (arbitrage, hedging and spread); applications for asset and risk management. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 32427 FIN412 R TR 12:30-01:50240 Wohlers HallDey, M

Finance 414: Urban Economics

Same as ECON 414. See ECON 414.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 OR 4 hours.

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 36363 FIN414 G4 MW 02:00-03:20226 Wohlers HallMcMillen, D
 36361 FIN414 UG3MW 02:00-03:20226 Wohlers HallMcMillen, D

Finance 418: Financial Modeling

The objective is to learn the fundamentals and practice building financial models using Microsoft Excel. By the end of the term, each student should be able to develop an understanding of any financial relationship and build that financial relationship into a model using the built-in functions of Excel. Financial modeling, by definition, requires significant work outside of the classroom. Models are introduced, demonstrated, and reviewed in class, but each student is expected to research and collect date, and to construct the models, prior to each week's class meeting. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Prerequisite: FIN 300 and FIN 321, or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 56146 FIN418 P TR 11:00-12:20ARR Business Instructional FacOltheten, E

Finance 419: Real Client Managed Portfolios

Applies academic topics on financial markets, security analysis/valuation and portfolio management to hands-on investment management. Students will form and review objectives, constraints, and investment policy as it relates to the client's money under management. They will purchase securities, monitor performance of the portfolio, and make recommendations for any adjustments to the holdings. They will be fully educated and responsible to the fiduciary and ethical standards of professional money management as guided by the CFA Institute. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated to a maximum of 9 hours. Prerequisite: FIN 321 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 32429 FIN419 N TR 09:30-10:50166 Wohlers HallWaspi, K
 32432 FIN419 N1 TR 09:30-10:50166 Wohlers HallWaspi, K

Finance 423: Financing Emerging Businesses

The study of the business environment, alternative methods of organization and financing, use of financial statements as a management tool, valuation methods and approaches to ethical dilemmas from the perspective of an owner-manager. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 OR 4 hours.

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 44166 FIN423 E3 MW 12:30-01:502011 Business Instructional FacBeard, D
 45378 FIN423 E4 MW 12:30-01:502011 Business Instructional FacBeard, D
 32408 FIN423 S3 TR 02:00-03:20243 Wohlers HallKrueger, G
 41186 FIN423 S4 TR 02:00-03:20243 Wohlers HallKrueger, G

Finance 424: Mergers and Acquisition

Focuses on identifying ways to increase firm value through mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate restructurings. Surveys the drivers of success (failure) in M&A transactions and develop your skills in the design and evaluation of transactions. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 321.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 63229 FIN424 D MW 11:00-12:203063 Business Instructional FacPeters, S

Finance 425: Private Equity/Venture Capital

Provides students with an understanding of the nature of the private equity market, the principal participants in this market, and how they function. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 321.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 62066 FIN425 R TR 12:30-01:50152 Wohlers HallChattopadhyay, S

Finance 434: Employee Benefit Plans

Studies the purpose, structure, and financial aspects of employee benefit plans, including pensions, health insurance, life insurance, and disability plans. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 60194 FIN434 E3 MW 12:30-01:503009 Business Instructional FacReif, J
 60196 FIN434 F3 MW 02:00-03:203009 Business Instructional FacReif, J

Finance 435: Personal Wealth Management

Studies personal wealth management techniques with an emphasis on life insurance products; covers life insurance policies, annuities, trusts, buy-sell arrangements, investing in stocks, bonds and mutual funds, banking and barrowing, purchasing residential and commercial real estate, income and estate taxation and management of personal financial portfolio. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 300.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 58354 FIN435 N TR 09:30-10:502043 Business Instructional FacSinow, D

Finance 443: Legal Issues in Real Estate

Overview of legal concepts, issues, and principles involving real estate. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 OR 4 hours.

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 30229 FIN443 P3 TR 11:00-12:20130 Wohlers HallPerkins, S
 41191 FIN443 P4 TR 11:00-12:20130 Wohlers HallPerkins, S

Finance 444: Urban Real Estate Valuation

The terminology, theory and techniques of real estate valuation (appraisal); a modern view of the three approaches to estimating value - sales comparison, cost and income. Special requirements include local field trips to appraise at least one single-family property and one income property. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: FIN 221, or FIN 241, or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 OR 4 hours.

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 40318 FIN444 N3 TR 09:30-10:50243 Wohlers HallCannaday, R
 41190 FIN444 N4 TR 09:30-10:50243 Wohlers HallCannaday, R

Finance 461: Financial Intermediation

Financial intermediaries survey of the structure, functions, regulation, and risk management activities of financial intermediaries; central banking and monetary policy effects on financial intermediaries. 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 hours.

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 45327 FIN461 L TR 09:30-10:50245 Wohlers HallPeters, S

Finance 463: Investment Banking

The mechanics of financial statement analysis and ration analysis; development of investment banking/corporate finance valuation models (including DCF, leveraged buyout and merger models) in order to determine the intrinsic value of companies and price investment banking deals. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: FIN 300 (FIN 300 is waived if student is admitted to FIN 391 IBA). Priority to finance majors.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 3 OR 4 hours.

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 63319 FIN463 P3 TR 11:00-12:203003 Business Instructional FacGoodfriend, J
 63321 FIN463 P4 TR 11:00-12:203003 Business Instructional FacGoodfriend, J
 63320 FIN463 S3 TR 02:00-03:203003 Business Instructional FacGoodfriend, J
 63322 FIN463 S4 TR 02:00-03:203003 Business Instructional FacGoodfriend, J

Finance 490: Special Topics in Finance

1 to 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated in the same term to a maximum of 6 hours. May be repeated in subsequent terms to a maximum of 9 hours. Course will not satisfy Finance major requirements. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 1 TO 3 hours.

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 52304 FIN490 EQPMW 11:00-12:20126 Wohlers HallSholem, D
 51913 FIN490 RD TR 03:30-04:502043 Business Instructional FacCannaday, R

Finance 494: Senior Research

Research and reading course for students concentrating in finance, insurance, urban land economics, or related areas who meet one of the following requirements: (1) have a cumulative grade-point average of 3. 0 or better; (2) have attained Honors Day recognition in the junior year; or (3) have consent of instructor. May be taken by students in the college honors program in partial fulfillment of the honors requirements. 2 to 4 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated as topics vary. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 TO 4 hours.

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 10111 FIN494 TR By Arrangement2043 Business Instructional Fac

Finance 495: Senior Research

Research and reading course for students concentrating in finance, insurance, urban land economics, or related areas. May be taken by students in the college honors program in partial fulfillment of the honors requirements. 2 to 4 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: Senior standing; and cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better, Honors Day recognition in the junior year, or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 TO 4 hours.

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 10115 FIN495 TR By Arrangement2043 Business Instructional Fac

Finance 500: Introduction to Finance

Introduction to financial management and decision making. A customized course, designed to provide a survey of finance for graduate students who do not necessarily have previous training in the disciplines. Different sections of the course will cover different sets of topics. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or consent of department.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 OR 4 hours.

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 56595 FIN500 FE MW 09:30-10:50240 Wohlers HallClark-Joseph, A

Finance 501: Financial Economics

Theory and logic of microeconomics, taught with applications to financial markets. First half of course covers the way in which efficient markets work to allocate resources; second half covers the way in which markets fail. Also includes selected topics in macroeconomics. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated in the same or separate terms to a maximum of 4 hours if topic varies.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 OR 4 hours.

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 56197 FIN501 FE TR 04:00-05:203041 Business Instructional FacDeryugina, T
 56198 FIN501 MS1TR 09:30-10:50240 Wohlers HallMiller, N
 56196 FIN501 MS2TR 12:30-01:50245 Wohlers HallMiller, N

Finance 511: Investments

Introduction to investment analysis, including the theory and implementation of portfolio theory; empirical evidence on the performance of financial assets; evaluation of portfolio investment strategies; and the extension of diversification to international markets. Prerequisite: FIN 520; or MBA 505 - Section G (Finance II); or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 OR 4 hours.

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 32461 FIN511 MASMW 11:00-12:20245 Wohlers HallChoi, J
 60177 FIN511 P TR 11:00-12:203007 Business Instructional FacPollet, J
 60178 FIN511 R TR 12:30-01:503007 Business Instructional FacPollet, J
 60176 FIN511 T TR 03:30-04:503007 Business Instructional FacPollet, J

Finance 512: Financial Derivatives

Introduction to options, futures, swaps and other derivative securities; examination of institutional aspects of the markets; theories of pricing; discussion of simple as well as complicated trading strategies (arbitrage, hedging, and spread); applications for asset and risk management. Prerequisite: FIN 520; or MBA 505 - Section G (Finance II); or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 41693 FIN512 F MW 02:00-03:203007 Business Instructional FacWiddicks, M
 32466 FIN512 MASMW 12:30-01:503007 Business Instructional FacWiddicks, M

Finance 516: Term Structure Models

Extensive coverage of several models of the term structure of interest rates, including their implementation, calibration, and use in valuing interest rate derivatives. Will include applications of both Monte Carlo methods and finite-difference or "tree" methods. Approved for letter and S/U grading. Prerequisite: FIN 500 and FIN 512, or equivalents.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 58387 FIN516 A MW 11:00-12:203007 Business Instructional FacWiddicks, M

Finance 521: Advanced Corporate Finance

Addresses both the theoretical and applied aspects of firms' financing decisions; topics include capital structure and cost of capital theories; mergers, acquisitions and leveraged buyouts; options, warrants, and convertibles; venture capital and initial public offerings; and pensions. Prerequisite: FIN 520, plus either ECON 506 or BADM 572 or concurrent registration in either course; or MBA 505 - Section G (Finance II); or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 60180 FIN521 A MW 08:00-09:203007 Business Instructional FacWeisbenner, S
 60181 FIN521 C MW 09:30-10:503007 Business Instructional FacWeisbenner, S
 32455 FIN521 G MW 03:30-04:502063 Business Instructional FacFos, V
 40320 FIN521 MASMW 09:30-10:50243 Wohlers HallFos, V

Finance 541: Real Estate Economics

Discusses the theory and practice of real estate and urban land economics; emphasizes real estate market analysis, finance, appraisal, and investment. Prerequisite: FIN 520, plus ECON 302, ECON 500, or equivalent; or MBA 505 - Section G ( Finance II); or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 29855 FIN541 R TR 12:30-01:50241 Wohlers HallCannaday, R

Finance 571: Retirement Policy

The retirement landscape in the US - including public policy, retirement plan design, and individual behavior - is constantly changing and evolving. This course will examine the economic, financial, legal, regulatory, political, and human resource issues involved with designing and implement both public and private retirement plans, including Social Security, pensions and retirement savings plans. Credit is not given for both FIN 434 and FIN 571. Prerequisite: MAS BPP Concentration.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 hours.

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 63323 FIN571 E MW 12:30-01:503009 Business Instructional FacBrown, J
 63324 FIN571 F MW 02:00-03:203009 Business Instructional FacBrown, J

Finance 572: Health Care Policy

Costly advances in health technology, together with an aging population, are making health care an increasingly important issue for individuals, firms, and governments. This course examines the economic, legal, and regulatory issues involved with implementing both public and private health plans, including Medicare, Medicaid, and employer-sponsored plans. Credit is not given for both FIN 434 and FIN 572. Prerequisite: MAS BPP Concentration.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 hours.

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 63325 FIN572 E MW 12:30-01:503009 Business Instructional FacReif, J
 63326 FIN572 F MW 02:00-03:203009 Business Instructional FacReif, J

Finance 573: Competition Policy

While perfect competition is a useful model, it often fails to capture much of what is observed in the real world. This course examines interaction of firms and consumers in markets that are not perfectly competitive and reviews policies that aim to increase efficiency in these markets. Topics covered will include oligopoly, anti-competitive practices, price discrimination, and antitrust regulation. Prerequisite: MAS BPP Concentration.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 hours.

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 63330 FIN573 D MW 11:00-12:202011 Business Instructional FacReif, J

Finance 575: Business Tax Policy

Government needs revenue and taxes people, but why also tax business? We review the pros and cons of a separate corporate taxes system, the interaction of corporate and personal taxes, the inefficiencies of capital misallocations, and economic incidence (who really bears the burden of a corporate income tax). We also review pros and cons of other taxes on capital income such as interest, dividends, capital gains, rental income, and foreign source-income. Prerequisite: MAS BPP Concentration.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 hours.

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 63327 FIN575 D MW 09:30-10:50241 Wohlers HallFullerton, D
 63328 FIN575 F MW 02:00-03:202001 Business Instructional FacFullerton, D

Finance 579: Applied Portfolio Management

Applies academic topics on financial markets, security analysis/valuation and portfolio management to hands-on investment management. Students will form and review objectives, constraints, and investment policy as it relates to the client's money under management. They will purchase securities, monitor performance of the portfolio, and make recommendations for any adjustments to the holdings. They will be fully educated and responsible for the fiduciary and ethical standards of professional money management as guided by the CFA Institute. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent enrollment in FIN 511.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 60753 FIN579 N TR 09:30-10:50166 Wohlers HallWaspi, K

Finance 580: Special Topics in Finance

Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated to a maximum of 18 hours in a semester; may be repeated to a maximum of 32 hours in subsequent semesters. Prerequisite: Varies by section.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 0 TO 4 hours.

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 58447 FIN580 2 MW 11:00-12:50138 Wohlers HallMiller, N
 60845 FIN580 B2 W 11:00-01:50ARR Business Instructional FacAlmeida, H
 50882 FIN580 DEVW By ArrangementARR Business Instructional FacWiddicks, M
 61970 FIN580 FE R 06:00-07:50ARR Business Instructional FacGambera, M
 60286 FIN580 HF TR 11:00-12:20240 Wohlers HallDey, M
 61798 FIN580 MMTMW 11:00-12:20130 Wohlers HallClark-Joseph, A
 52597 FIN580 PHDF 11:00-12:50245 Wohlers HallAlmeida, H
 48175 FIN580 RD TR 03:30-04:502043 Business Instructional FacCannaday, R
 58397 FIN580 RM MW 12:30-01:502041 Business Instructional FacDavis, D

Finance 590: Individual Study and Research

Directed reading and research. Approved for letter and S/U grading.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 0 TO 4 hours.

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 10127 FIN590 MW By Arrangement2041 Business Instructional Fac
 41883 FIN590 EMBMW By Arrangement2041 Business Instructional Fac
 40325 FIN590 SEMTR 02:00-03:203007 Business Instructional FacAlmeida, H
 32473 FIN590 X TR By Arrangement3007 Business Instructional Fac

Finance 592: Empirial Analysis in Finance

Designed to train the student in the conduct of empirical work in Finance. Covers the major tools and databases needed to replicate the results of published academic papers and to conduct original research. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the doctoral program in Finance or consent of instructor.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 2 OR 4 hours.

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 58360 FIN592 EA1MW 09:30-10:50245 Wohlers HallChoi, J

Finance 594: Seminar in Corporate Finance

Theories, paradigms, and models of nonfinancial corporations; investigates the theoretical foundations and empirical evidence regarding corporate resource allocation, capital structure decisions, and dividend policies; covers in detail contingent claim analysis, signaling theory, and agency theory. Prerequisite: FIN 591 and ECON 507.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 4 hours.

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 39676 FIN594 B2 W 11:00-01:50ARR Business Instructional FacAlmeida, H

Finance 599: Thesis Research

Required for those writing master's and doctoral theses in finance. Approved for S/U grading only. May be repeated to a maximum of 16 hours.

Notes:

Credit Hours: 0 TO 16 hours.

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 10129 FIN599 W By ArrangementARR Business Instructional Fac

 

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