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Advanced Valuation FIN 645 Fall 19 (A) +1 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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Fall 20 (A)
Asymmetric Information FIN 865 Fall 19 (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 20 (A)
Behavioral Finance FIN 422 Winter 20 3 hours
Behavioral Finance --- This course will survey developments in behavioral finance.
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Big Data in Finance FIN 342 Fall 20 3 hours
Big Data in Finance --- This course aims to facilitate the acquisition of skills that are useful in quantitative asset management.
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Capital Markets and Investment Strategy FIN 408 Winter 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy --- Capital Markets and Investment Strategies is a course that covers the fundamentals of making sound investment decisions using modern finance theory.
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Winter 21 (A)
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy FIN 608 Fall 19 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy --- This course covers portfolio analysis, asset pricing models, and investment strategies.
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Fall 20 (B)
Capstone - Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 430 Winter 21 3 hours
Capstone - Entrepreneurial Finance --- This Capstone course presents the fundamentals of entrepreneurial venture capital and private equity finance.
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Commercial Real Estate Finance FIN 321 Winter 20 (B) 1.5 hours
Introduction to Commercial Read Estate Finance --- This course is an introductory commercial real estate finance course, designed to pick up on the specific fundamentals covered in Finance 320 along w
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Continuous-Time Asset Pricing FIN 872 Fall 19 (B) +2 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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Winter 20 (A)
Corporate Finance FIN 871 Fall 19 (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 20 (B)
Corporate Financial Policy FIN 621 Fall 19 (B) +3 2.25 hours
Corporate Financial Policy --- This is an advanced corporate finance course with an emphasis on debt and equity management, security issuance, and distribution policy.
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Winter 21 (A)
Corporate Financial Strategy FIN 647 Winter 21 (A) 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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Corporate Financing Decisions FIN 317 Fall 19 +2 3 hours
Corporate Financing Decisions --- This course develops the conceptual foundation for making corporate financing decisions.
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Corporate Investment Decisions FIN 415 Fall 19 +1 3 hours
Corporate Investment Decisions --- This course focuses on analysis of corporate investment decisions.
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Dissertation - Candidacy FIN 995 Fall 19 +9 4 - 8 hours
Dissertation - Candidacy --- Dissertation research at the candidacy stage.


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Dissertation - Precandidacy FIN 990 Fall 19 +9 1 - 8 hours
Dissertation - Precandidacy --- Dissertation research at the Precandidacy stage.


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Dynamic Models and Structural Estimation in Corporate Finance FIN 873 Winter 20 (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 21 (A)
Empirical Methodology in Finance FIN 875 Winter 20 (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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Energy Project Finance FIN 583 Winter 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Energy Project Finance --- The energy industry is undergoing its biggest transition since the widespread adoption of electricity.
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Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 425 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Finance --- This course is open to all BBA students and presents the fundamentals of venture capital and private equity finance.
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Financial Analysis FIN 513 Fall 19 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Financial Analysis --- This course is primarily devoted to fundamentals of financial analysis as applied to both corporate finance and financial markets.
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Fall 20 (A)
Financial Derivatives in Corporate Finance: Managing Risk and Creating Value FIN 580 Fall 19 (A) +3 2.25 hours
Financial Derivatives in Corporate Finance: Managing Risk and Creating Value --- Financial derivatives play several important role in corporate finance: They can be used to hedge risks, they are the
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Financial Management FIN 557 Summer 19 +1 2.25 hours
Financial Management --- This course is an introduction to the principles of financial decision-making.
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Financial Management FIN 591 Spring 19 +1 2.25 hours
Financial Management --- The course is primarily devoted to the principles of financial valuation.
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Financial Management FIN 300 Fall 19 +3 3 hours
Financial Management --- Financial Management. An introduction to the issues, theory, and methodology that comprise a framework for rational decision-making by financial managers.
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