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International Investment Fund ES 704 Winter 20 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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Commercialization of Biomedicine ES 720 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Commercialization of Biomedicine --- This interdisciplinary course introduces graduate students to the key issues faced by companies attempting to bring science and technology innovations in biomedica
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Winter 19 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Entrepreneurial Turnaround Management ES 735 Fall 18 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Entrepreneurial Turnaround Management --- Turnaround management techniques will be examined in this course, led by an experienced practitioner.
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Winter 20 (A)
Independent Study Project ES 750 Fall 18 +11 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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Financial Management FIN 503 Fall 18 (B) +2 2.25 hours
Financial Management --- The course is primarily devoted to the principles of financial valuation.
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Financial Analysis FIN 513 Fall 18 (A) +2 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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Real Estate Essentials FIN 517 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Essentials --- The course gives students tools to help develop cities with vitality, including lively, transit-oriented downtowns and livable neighborhoods through real estate development
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Real Estate Development in Practice FIN 563 Fall 19 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Development in Practice --- This course aims to provide students the ability to confidently evaluate and plan a real estate development project.
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Real Estate Development: Fundamentals FIN 565 Winter 18 +2 3 hours
Real Estate Development: Fundamentals --- Cities with Vitality: How to Create Lively, Transit Oriented Downtowns and Liveable Neighborhoods...And How to Own a Piece of the Action.
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Real Estate Finance and Investment I FIN 566 Winter 18 (B) +2 1.5 hours
Real Estate Finance and Investment I --- This course begins the development of concepts and techniques for structuring real estate financial deals.
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Real Estate Finance and Investment II FIN 567 Winter 19 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Real Estate Finance and Investment II --- This course continues the development of concepts and techniques for structuring real estate financial deals begun in FIN 566.
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Winter 20 (B)
Financial Modeling FIN 575 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Financial Modeling --- This course is on financial modeling in Excel.
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Financial Derivatives in Corporate Finance: Managing Risk and Creating Value FIN 580 Fall 18 (A) +5 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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Energy Project Finance FIN 583 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Energy Project Finance --- The energy industry is undergoing its biggest transition since the widespread adoption of electricity.
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Capital Markets and Investment Strategy FIN 608 Fall 18 (B) +2 2.25 hours
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy --- This course covers portfolio analysis, asset pricing models, and investment strategies.
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Fixed Income Securities and Markets FIN 609 Winter 18 (B) 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 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
International Finance Management I --- The purpose of the International Financial Management sequence at the Ross School of Business is to provide the conceptual and analytical framework required for
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International Financial Management II FIN 614 Fall 18 (B) +2 1.5 hours
International Finance Management II --- The purpose of the International Financial Management sequence at the Ross School of Business is to provide the analytical framework required for understanding
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Valuation FIN 615 Fall 18 (A) +11 2.25 hours
Valuation --- This course focuses on corporate asset management, in particular, on valuation.
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Corporate Financial Policy FIN 621 Fall 18 (B) +4 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 18 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Venture Capital Finance FIN 623 Fall 18 (A) +2 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 Fall 18 (B) +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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Fall 19 (B)
Global Private Equity FIN 626 Winter 18 (A) +2 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 19 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Financing Research Commercialization FIN 629 Fall 18 +2 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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Finance and the Sustainable Enterprise FIN 637 Fall 18 (B) 2.25 hours
Finance and the Sustainable Enterprise --- This course deals with unique financial valuation and management issues faced by a sustainable business.
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