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Concentration Courses

6 semester hours of upper-division finance electives
FINC 3321 Capital Markets
Cr. 3. (3-0) FINC 3304
Managers in any corporate function should understand the pricing of financial instruments in the capital markets. This course will examine the main investment concepts in the fixed income, equity, and derivatives markets.
FINC 4320 Investments Principles
Cr. 3. (3-0) FINC 3304
Introduction to securities markets; analysis of securities issued by corporations, intermediaries and by federal, state, and municipal governments; and investment management in light of tax considerations, timing, and selected portfolio needs.
FINC 4325 International Finance
Cr. 3. (3-0) FINC 3304
Application of finance principles in the international environment including the nature of the balance of payment mechanism; the factors affecting the foreign exchange markets; defensive techniques to protect the business against foreign exchange risk; and investing, financing, and working capital management within a multinational firm. Cross-listed with IBUS 4331. Credit will not be given for both FINC 4325 and IBUS 4331.
FINC 4352 Intermediate Financial Management
Cr. 3. (3-0) FINC 3304
An integrated approach to financial management including study of intermediate-level financial theory and its application to financial decision making under uncertainty.

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