Required courses (15 credits)
MBA 529 Corporate Financial Management
Explores financial theories, their application, and financial decision models necessary to handle corporate financial problems to maximize the firm value. This course emphasizes the important role of financial management in the corporate business environment.
FIN 512 Investment Analysis
Provide an understanding of the investments environment and process and analytical skills in security valuation and the formulation of investment strategies. The investment decisions concern how much to invest in each security and when to make these investments. The topical coverage include such as introduction and analyses of various investment instruments, risk-return tradeoff, diversification concepts, fundamental analysis, and application of portfolio theory.
FIN 520 Financial Risk Management
This course offers the analysis of a best in practice corporate financial risk management system. Financial risk management is a process of identifying, measuring, and controlling financial risk exposure. The course addresses how to control for market, liquidity and credit risk. Operational risk is discussed. Topics include corporate risk tolerance, value at risk, Monte Carlo simulation, scenario analysis, stress testing, credit derivatives, and risk management failures.
FIN 525 Multinational Business Finance
Examines the challenges of multinational finance for global managers. Multinational Business Finance requires an understanding of cultural, historical, and institutional differences. Although domestic and multinational enterprises (MNEs) must deal with exchange rate risk, MNEs face political risks that are not normally part of domestic finance. Financial theories and concepts must be modified to deal with international influences on sources of capital, cost of capital, capital budgeting, working capital management, taxation, and credit analyses.
FIN 533 Applied Financial Analysis
A finance course designed to teach how to integrate finance concepts and managerial techniques in making financial decision to maximize the firm value. Students learn how finance is related to other functions of a firm, how to evaluate a firm's financial performance, risk-return tradeoff, capital budgeting and decision making process, cost of capital , leverage effects and capital structure, mergers and divestitures, and working capital management.
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