304—Money and Banking, 3 Cr.
A study of the organization and
operation of financial and monetary policy-setting institutions of the U.S.
Prerequisites: ECON 101, 102.
331—Financial Management, 3 Cr.
A study of the sources and uses of
working capital, the capital budgeting process, and management of the short and
long-term financial policies of firms operating within a dynamic environment.
Prerequisites: ACCT 211; MATH 270.
332—Investments, 3 Cr.
A study of the structure and operation
of the capital markets and the attributes of various investments such as
stocks, bonds, insurance, and real estate. Prerequisites: 331 or OMGT-318; ECON
355—Financing Strategies and
Capitalization, 3 Cr.
This course provides in-depth
investigation of financing options and processes, interest rate structures, and
supply of capital. It explores the markets for loan-able funds, techniques for
acquiring funds and for determining the appropriate financing instrument for a
variety of business situations. Prerequisite: 331