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FINĀ 312. Investments. 3 Credit Hours.

This course offers a broad perspective on investment objectives and determinants of investment decision making. Students are introduced to the characteristics of different investment vehicles, the function and operation of the markets in which they trade, measurement of returns and risks associated with investing, and analytical pricing techniques of investment securities. Portfolio management is introduced as a framework for developing security-pricing models. This course is held in the state-of-the-art Financial Market Center (FMC), an environment which exposes students to real-time financial information and enables them to practice with tools that operate on such information to solve typical problems faced by financial professionals.
Prerequisites: FIN 201 and MATH 201
Session Cycle: Fall, Spring, Summer
Yearly Cycle: Annual.