FINC 2190-2690 SELECTED ISSUES IN FINANCE (1-6 Credits)
Introduction to specialized topic or topics chosen by instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
FINC 3310 - INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (3 Credits)
Examines both the theory and practice of financial management in an international arena. Includes the following topics on an international level: financing, investment, risk, foreign exchange, capital budgeting, taxation, and money management. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ACCT 2312, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, FINC 3321. Fee: $20. Offered: Fall.
FINC 3321 - BUSINESS FINANCE (3 Credits)
Financial analysis of the firm, capital budgeting, financial ratio analysis, working capital management, risk return analysis, capital structure, cost and profit analysis, money and capital markets, international finance and business ethics. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ACCT 2312, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, CISS 1310. Offered: Spring, Fall, Summer.
FINC 3330 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS (3 Credits)
Contemporary financial institutions, practices and legislative developments with particular emphasis on the Federal Reserve System and contemporary monetary theory. Also includes money and capital markets, mutual funds, insurance companies and pension funds. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ACCT 2312, ECON 2301, ECON 2302. Offered: Spring.
FINC 4341 - ETHICS IN FINANCE (3 Credits)
Exploration of the ethical dynamic of financial markets. Focus will be "The Code of Ethics and The Standards of Professional Conduct" as published by the Association for Investment Management and Research. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311.
FINC 4350 - INVESTMENT ANALYSIS (3 Credits)
In-depth examination of the nature and function of securities markets, financial instruments, assessment allocation, and portfolio construction. Emphasis on security analysis and valuation. Students may team-manage a simulated portfolio. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ACCT 2312, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, FINC 3311, FINC 3321, FINC 3330. Offered: Fall.
FINC 4391 - FINANCE INTERNSHIP (3 Credits)
A practice-based learning opportunity with a business, governmental or non-profit employer supervised by a sponsoring faculty member. Research and written reports required. Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ACCT 2312, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, CISS 1310, MGMT 3350, faculty approval and completion of an approved Academic Internship Learning Plan.
FINC 4393 - SPECIAL STUDIES IN FINANCE (3 Credits)