100: Family Financial Management. 0-3-3. Specific family financial decisions, including budgeting, insurance, home purchase or rent, consumer rent, personal income tax, lifetime financial planning.
318: Business Finance. 0-3-3. Preq., ECON 202 or 215, ACCT 202, and junior standing. An introduction to the principles of financial management including the role of the financial manager, problems of liquidity vs. profitability, budgeting of capital expenditures, management of short-term and long-term funds, and management of assets.
319: Intermediate Financial Management. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. Advanced practices of financial management are developed. Financial models used in decision-making and their application to major areas of business finance are emphasized.
330: Risk and Insurance. 0-3-3. A comprehensive study of riskbearing, including insurance and non-insurance methods of handling a risk; introduction to the fields of life, disability, property, and casualty insurance.
401: Internship in Finance I. 3 hours credit. (Pass/Fail) Preq. consent of instructor and senior standing. On site, supervised, structured work experiences in the field of business.
402: Internship in FinanceII. 3 hours credit. (Pass/Fail) Preq. consent of instructor and senior standing. On site, supervised, structured work experiences in the field of business.
412: International Finance. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. A study of the various modes of financing international trade, including international financial organizations, an analysis of exchange rates, foreign investments, multinational firms, and international banking. (G)
414: Investments. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. Analyses of investments in common stocks, bonds, and other financial assets; sources of information for the investor; analysis of firms' financial statements; classes of investments. (G)
422: Bank Management. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. Problems in organization, operation, and management of commercial banks, with special emphasis on credit banking.
423: Bank Management: Cases, Policies and Practices. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. Application of decision-making procedures to bank financial management situations, including evaluation of bank performance, capital acquisition, liquidity, and loans.
425: Money Markets, Capital Markets and Financial Institutions. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. A survey of the markets in which funds are traded; a survey of the lending and investing characteristics of selected financial institutions. (G)
430: Advanced Financial Management. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. The case method is used to apply decision-making procedures to realistic problems in financial management.
431: Life Insurance. 0-3-3. A comprehensive study of personal and group life, accident and health, hospitalization, old age, survivors and disability insurance and annuities.
432: Property Insurance. 0-3-3. A comprehensive study of fire, burglary, robbery, forgery, liability, inland and ocean marine insurance, and surety and fidelity bonds.
435: Private Pensions, Group Insurance and Estate Planning. 0-3-3. Analysis of pension regulations, design, and funding, actuarial considerations, integration with Social Security benefits, survey of group insurance, and implications for estate planning.
442: Principles of Real Estate and Land Economics. 0-3-3. Land utilization, city growth, land development, legal processes and transactions, real estate marketing, financing and financial institutions, taxes, condemnation, planning and zoning.
443: Appraisal. 0-3-3. Application of value theory and principles to real estate values; professional appraisal principles methodology. Corresponds to Appraisal I, the Appraisal Institute.
444: Appraisal of Urban Properties. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 443. Appraisal case studies and practices in appraisal of commercial and industrial properties; generally corresponds to Appraisal II, Urban Properties, and the Appraisal Institute.
445: Real Estate Finance. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 318. Finance principles applied to real estate. Sources of funds, legal and financial instruments, and analytical methods for decision-making. (G)
511: Risk Management. 0-3-3. The economic concept of risk and various techniques utilized in the discovery, evaluation and treatment of a business pure risk.
515: Financial Management. 0-3-3. Preq., ACCT 505 or consent of instructor. The study of a financial manager's role in financial planning, acquisition and management of funds for a business firm.
516: Financial Management: Policies and Practices. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 515 or consent of instructor. Application of decision-making procedures to financial management problems. Student is required to solve case problems and manage the financial affairs of computer simulated firm.
517: Capital Budgeting Seminar. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 515 or consent of instructor. A systematic and thorough treatment of the theory and practice of capital expenditure management, emphasizing financial modeling and employing a quantitative format.
518: Advanced Commercial Banking. 0-3-3. FINC 515 or consent of instructor. Advanced studies in contemporary banking practices with special emphasis in credit analysis. Structuring of loans in specialized commercial lending areas as well as the entire credit granting decision process will be examined.
525: Seminar in Investments. 0-3-3. FINC 515 or consent of instructor. Study of the theories and techniques of investment analysis for purposes of evaluation and selection of investments.
550: Directed Study in Finance. 1-3 hours credit. Hours and credits to be arranged. Consent of instructor and approval of department head required. Special problem or specific area of finance.
610: Seminar in Financial Theory I. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 515 (also, desirable that student has had an intermediate or advanced economics course). Examination and application of contemporary financial theory and analysis relating to business finance.
615: Seminar in Financial Theory II. 0-3-3. Preq., FINC 610. Detailed study of both classic and contemporary literature that provides students with a cross-section of modern theoretical developments in the field of business finance.
650: Directed Study of Finance. 1-3 hours credit. Hours and credits to be arranged. Consent of instructor and approval of department head required. Special problem or specific area of finance.