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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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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund FIN 725 Fall 20 (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 21 (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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Winter 22 (A)
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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Winter 21 (B)
Winter 22 (A)
Winter 22 (B)
Independent Study Project FIN 750 Fall 20 +9 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to graduate business students in good academic standing.
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Spring/Summer 21
Summer 20
Summer 21
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Winter 22
Fundamentals of Investment Decisions with Symmetric Information FIN 855 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Fundamentals of Investment Decisions with Symmetric Information --- This course will make students familiar with the basic techniques for making investment decisions and valuing securities when all ec
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Fall 21
Asymmetric Information FIN 865 Fall 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Theoretical Models in Finance I --- This is the first course in a two-part sequence in theoretical models in Finance, the second course being FIN 872.
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Fall 21 (A)
Corporate Finance FIN 871 Fall 20 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Corporate Finance --- The purpose of the course is to provide a background for understanding the determinants of corporate financial policy and introduce students to current research in finance.
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Fall 21 (A)
Continuous-Time Asset Pricing FIN 872 Fall 20 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Theoretical Models in Finance II --- This is the second course in a two-part sequence on theoretical models in Finance, the second course being FIN 865.
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Fall 21 (B)
Dynamic Models and Structural Estimation in Corporate Finance FIN 873 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Dynamic Models and Structural Estimation in Corporate Finance --- This course seeks to achieve three equally important goals.
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Winter 22 (A)
Empirical Methodology in Finance FIN 875 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Empirical Methodology in Finance --- This seminar course will expose graduate students to the more commonly used empirical methods in financial literature.
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Winter 22 (A)
Research Topics in Finance FIN 885 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Research Topics in Finance --- Research Topics courses are used to cover current topics. Courses are not offered every term, and coverage differs from one offering to the next.
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Special Research for Doctoral Applicants & Candidates FIN 900 Fall 20 +9 1 - 6 hours
Special Research --- Special Research for Doctoral Applicants & Candidates. Individual Research projects for Doctoral Applicants and Candidates are available.
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Dissertation - Precandidacy FIN 990 Fall 20 +9 1 - 8 hours
Dissertation - Precandidacy --- Dissertation research at the Precandidacy stage.


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Spring 20
Spring 21
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Dissertation - Candidacy FIN 995 Fall 20 +9 4 - 8 hours
Dissertation - Candidacy --- Dissertation research at the candidacy stage.


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Marketing Management MKT 300 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Marketing Management --- An introductory course utilizing the case method of instruction to develop skills in marketing decision making.
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Marketing Management MKT 302 Fall 20 +5 3 hours
Marketing Management --- An introductory course utilizing the case method of instruction to develop skills in marketing decision making.
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Spring/Summer 20
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Fundamentals of Sales Management MKT 310 Fall 20 +5 3 hours
Fundamentals of Sales Management --- Nearly $1 trillion is spent every year on the selling function. Every senior management team must deliver its revenue and profit numbers.
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Spring/Summer 20
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Retail Marketing Management MKT 312 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Retail Marketing Management --- This course will familiarize students with principles of sales and marketing in a business to consumer space.
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Consumer Behavior MKT 313 Fall 20 +5 3 hours
Consumer Behavior --- Formulation of appropriate and effective marketing strategies must begin with a clean and accurate understanding of consumers.
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Business to Business and Industrial Marketing MKT 314 Fall 21 (B) 1.5 hours
Business to Business and Industrial Marketing --- This course introduces students to the challenges and complexities of business to business and industrial marketing.
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International Marketing MKT 315 Winter 21 +1 3 hours
International Marketing --- The course focuses on problems of marketing across national borders, marketing within foreign countries and the coordination of global marketing.
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Digital Marketing MKT 322 Winter 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Digital Marketing --- Technology has significantly transformed marketing. The last several years have seen an explosion of digital options to engage consumers and attract client marketing budgets.
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Winter 22 (A)
Digital Analytics MKT 323 Winter 21 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Digital Analytics --- The media (non-creative) discipline of advertising has been completely transformed in the data rich digital era of the past decade.
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Winter 22 (B)
Independent Study Project MKT 399 Fall 20 +9 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to juniors and seniors in good academic standing.
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Spring 21
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Spring/Summer 21
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