Finance (FIN)

FIN 500. Business Finance3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission to MBA program.

Description: An introduction to financial concepts from the corporate perspective. Topics include the basics of financial statements, an overview of the financial markets, risk and return, the time value of money, security valuation using time value concepts, cash flow determination and valuation, and long-term capital investment.

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FIN 620. Financial Institutions and Capital Markets3 Units

Prerequisite(s): FIN 600 or MBA 635.

Description: A study of financial services firms including the domestic and international markets in which they operate. Topics include money and capital markets, interest rate theory, security valuation, derivatives and immunization, and the characteristics of a financial services firm.

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FIN 630. Investment Analysis3 Units

Prerequisite(s): FIN 600 or MBA 635.

Description: The analysis of the process and environment of investment under conditions of uncertainty. The relevance, applicability, and durability of " Old Economy" valuation models and analytical techniques in the " New Economy" are explored and assessed.

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FIN 631. Real Estate Principles3 Units

Description: The course provides decision makers with an understanding of real estate that will enable them to make informed business and development decisions related to real estate development.

Note: Cross-listed with PLAN 631.

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FIN 633. Real Estate Development3 Units

Description: An introduction to real estate development as an entrepreneurial opportunity and to the study of interrelationship dynamics of marketing, finance, property management, site acquisition and disposition.

Note: Cross-listed with PLAN 633.

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FIN 634. Real Estate Finance and Investment3 Units

Description: Introduction to financial and investment analysis with applications to real estate.

Note: Cross-listed with PLAN 634.

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FIN 680. Special Topics in Finance1-6 Units

Description: An advanced study of one or more selected topics or issues related to the study of Finance.

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FIN 698. Research Seminar in Finance1-3 Units

Prerequisite(s): One 600-level course in finance and permission of departmental chair.

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