FINANCE COURSES

 

FINA 3309. Financial Management - The course addresses the role of the financial manager,
the tax environment and its effects on business decisions, the time value of money, cash and
capital budgeting, financial statements, working capital, money markets and their regulators,
monetary policy and its relation to the firm, and financial forecasting. Prerequisites: ACCT
2305 or ACCT 3307, or concurrent enrollment, or consent of School of Business. .

FINA 3315. Personal Financial Planning - Survey of recurring individual and family financial
needs. Topics include budgeting, banking, investing, insurance, real estate, credit, personal
taxes, and lifelong financial planning.

FINA 3316. Real Estate Finance - This course offers a presentation of facts, principles, and
practices of the real estate industry. Topics include basic orientation and understanding of the
commonly used instruments, institutions, and policies involved in accomplishing the real estate financing function. Prerequisite: FINA 3309.

FINA 3328. Money, Banking, and Financial Markets - The nature and operation of the
money, banking, and financial systems with applications of modern monetary and banking theories to current domestic problems. Prerequisites: ECON 2307 and 2308, or ECON 4346; and FINA 3309.

FINA 3341. Investments - The role of the exchange, commonly used investment vehicles,
information sources, analysis and selection of investment alternatives, the mechanics of investment. Prerequisite: FINA 3309.

FINA 4328. International Finance - The study of international finance environment, review
of opportunities and risks that multinational corporations confront in their operations and develop abilities to analytically meet the challenges faced by multinational corporations.
Prerequisite: FINA 3309.

FINA 5303. Managerial Finance
- financial management decision-making techniques in
areas of planning the financial structure, management of assets, capital budgeting, obtaining capital, and management of income under conditions of uncertainty. Prerequisites: BUAD 5301 and BUAD 5302.

FINA 5310. Public Finance - Survey of the concepts, principles, and practices in financial
matters at the federal, state, and local levels to include decision-making techniques; planning
the financial structure, management of assets, capital budgeting, obtaining capital, and management of income under conditions of uncertainty. Prerequisites: previous courses in macroeconomics, financial management, political science, and basic accounting are recommended.

FINA 5328. International Corporate Finance - The course will familiarize the student with
the international financial environment and the opportunities and risks that the multinational
corporation faces in its operation. The goal is to develop liabilities that will assist the students
to meet the challenges faced by the multinational corporation. Prerequisite: FINA 5303.