Financial Project (Capstone)

Course Description

This capstone course exposes students to a wide range of finance related topics, including issues affecting the current financial environment of business firms. The course integrates material from previous courses and covers topics such as corporate finance, short and long-term investment, risk management, financial domestics and international markets and institutions and other related subjects. The subject matters will be covered trough series of cases or research projects.

Learning Outcomes

  • Synthesize and apply content from their finance courses and other learning opportunities to better understand real world situations.
  • Distinguish financial problems and demonstrate the application of solutions from a global business perspective to real world problems.
  • Evaluate information to better understand such a problems.

Prerequisites

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School of Business and Management

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School of Business and Management
Asya W.
Class of 2009