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Fixed Income Securities and Markets FIN 609 Winter 21 2.25 hours
Fixed Income Securities and Markets --- This course uses both cases and lectures to develop a practical understanding of some of the more important fixed income securities and markets.
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International Financial Management I FIN 612 Fall 21 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Currency Markets --- The purpose of the International Financial Management sequence at the Ross School of Business is to provide the conceptual and analytical framework required for understanding how
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Fall 22 (A)
International Financial Management II FIN 614 Fall 21 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Global Capital Markets --- The purpose of the International Financial Management sequence at the Ross School of Business is to provide the analytical framework required for understanding how changes i
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Fall 22 (B)
Valuation FIN 615 Fall 21 (A) +6 2.25 hours
Valuation --- This course focuses on corporate asset management, in particular, on valuation.
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Fall 21 (B)
Fall 22 (A)
Fall 22 (B)
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Winter 21 (A)
Winter 22 (A)
Corporate Financial Policy FIN 621 Fall 21 (B) +2 2.25 hours
Corporate Financial Policy --- This course analyzes a firm from the CFO's viewpoint.
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Fall 22 (B)
Winter 21 (A)
Venture Capital Finance FIN 623 Winter 22 (A) 2.25 hours
Venture Capital Finance --- This course covers venture capital market structure and institutional arrangements and the application of financial theory and methods in a venture capital finance setting.
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Private Equity Finance FIN 624 Winter 21 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Private Equity Finance --- This course presents the fundamentals of private equity finance, focusing on financing mezzanine deals and buyout transactions.
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Winter 22 (A)
Impact of Financial Markets on Social Welfare FIN 625 Winter 21 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Impact of Financial Markets on Social Welfare --- This course aims to provide a broad understanding of social costs and benefits of financial markets.
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Winter 22 (A)
Global Private Equity FIN 626 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Global Private Equity --- As the third course in the sequence, this course extends the coverage of venture capital and private equity from the US model to other parts of the globe.
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Winter 22 (A)
Financing Research Commercialization FIN 629 Fall 21 3 hours
Financing Research Commercialization --- This course is a practicum, offering an opportunity to apply collective team work of a student/mentor alliance to building a launch pad for a technology-based
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FinTech: Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Other Technology Innovations FIN 638 Winter 21 +1 3 hours
FinTech: Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Other Technology Innovations In and Out of Finance --- New technological innovations are poised to fundamentally transform the financial industry in the comi
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Financial Trading FIN 640 Winter 21 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Financial Trading --- This course is about trading financial assets.
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Winter 22 (B)
Advanced Valuation FIN 645 Fall 21 (A) 2.25 hours
Advanced Valuation --- This is a course on real options: The use of option theory to determine the value of flexibility, patents, technological innovation, learning by doing, marketing surveys, the p
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Corporate Financial Strategy FIN 647 Winter 21 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Corporate Financial Strategy --- This is the capstone course among corporate finance courses. It deals with the co-determination of financial policy and business strategy.
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Winter 22 (A)
Real Estate Fund I FIN 702 Winter 21 (A) +3 1.5 hours
Managing Real Estate Fund I --- Real estate financial markets are rapidly changing, with new instruments and ideas introduced every day.
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Winter 22 (A)
Winter 22 (B)
Real Estate Fund FIN 703 Winter 21 (A) +1 3 hours
Real Estate Fund II --- The purpose of this course is to provide MBA students with an opportunity to discover, evaluate and make real-estate investments.
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Winter 22 (A)
International Investment Fund FIN 704 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 - 3 hours
International Investment Fund --- This experimental course is intimately linked to the creation of an International Investment Fund (IIF), which will involve (a) deep due diligence with the intent of
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Managing the OMBA Fund, Part A FIN 705 Fall 21 (B) +1 .75 hours
Managing the OMBA Fund, Part A --- Managing the OMBA Fund is a public equity investing action-based learning course.
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Fall 22 (B)
Managing the OMBA Fund, Part B FIN 706 Winter 22 (A) .75 hours
Managing the OMBA Fund, Part B --- Managing the OMBA Fund is a public equity investing action-based learning course.
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Managing the OMBA Fund Part C FIN 707 Winter 22 (B) .75 hours
Managing the OMBA Fund Part C --- Managing the OMBA Fund is a public equity investing action-based learning course.
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Valuation FIN 715 Winter 22 (B) 2.25 hours
Valuation --- This course focuses on the valuation of projects and companies. In many business contexts, the value of a project or firm is at the root of effective decision-making.
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Corporate Financial Policy FIN 721 Fall 22 (A) 2.25 hours
Corporate Financial Policy --- This course is about "corporations" and "finance".
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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund FIN 725 Fall 21 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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Fall 22 (B)
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund FIN 726 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst FIN 728 Winter 21 (A) +3 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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