Course Descriptions

Course Description FINANCE

ECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

Credits: 3 (3, 1, 0) Prerequisites: None

This course discusses the terminology, concepts, theory, methodology and limitations of microeconomic analysis. It provides students with a theoretical structure to analyze and understand economics as it relates to individuals and businesses and roles of the market price system in managing the use of society’s resources and in rationing available supplies. In addition, it seeks to provide students a thorough understanding of the principles of economics that apply to the functions of individual decision makers, both consumers and producers, within the economic system. It places primary emphasis on the nature and functions of product markets and includes the study of factor markets and of the role of the government in promoting greater efficiency and equity in the economy.
ECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

Credits: 3 (3, 1, 0) Prerequisites: None

An introduction to macroeconomics; national income accounting and determination; business cycles and main concerns about economic growth, development, inflation, and unemployment; the role of government and its policy tools; analysis of macroeconomic issues based on Keynesian and neoclassical principles.
FIN 210 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

Credits: 3 (3, 1, 0) Prerequisites: ECON 101, ACC111

This course is an introduction to financial management and finance functions. The main purpose of the course is to provide students with a basic financial literacy for them to be able to more easily understand the financial events or news happening in their day to day lives and in the business environments. It should also assist students to comprehend materials taught in other business courses and higher-level finance courses more easily. Topics include time value of money, interest rates, bonds, stocks, and risk and return. This course is a prerequisite to all higher finance courses.
FIN 250 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS

Credits: 3 (3, 0, 0) Prerequisites: FIN 210

This course provides an overview of the global financial system in which financial managers and investors operate. It will examine the evolving structure and role of financial markets and financial institutions in providing financial intermediary services to the economy in the dynamic information age. Attention will be given to the financial markets in the context of intense global competition, increased capital mobility and global harmonization due to the recent domestic and international deregulation of financial intermediaries. Additionally, the various forms of risks face by financial intermediaries will be covered, with an emphasis on risk management techniques available to managers of financial institutions like commercial banks.
FIN 310 CORPORATE FINANCE
FIN 315 FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS AND REPORTING
FIN 320 PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENT
FIN 321 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
FIN 335 FINANCIAL DATA ANALYSIS
FIN 340 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
FIN 351 REGULATIONS OF APPLIED AND DIGITAL FINANCE
FIN 365 FIXED INCOME SECURITIES VALUATION
FIN 420 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MANANGEMENT
FIN 432 FINANCE OF ARITIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND FINTECH
FIN 440 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
FIN 445 REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENT
FIN 462 FINANCIAL MODELING AND SECURITIES VALUATION
FIN 465 FINANCIAL DERIVATIVE SECURITIES VALUATION
FIN 472 APPLIED FINANCE LAB
FIN 490 INTERNSHIP IN FINANCE
FIN 492 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION