An introduction to the basics of institutional finance. Financial instruments are generated and traded by participants in financial markets with financial intermediaries facilitating the process. Concepts, terminology, and current practices in each of these areas are examined, along with the impact they have on the economy. Students work on “mini cases” which employ actual data to help better understand the principles examined in the course.
Number of Credits: 3
When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
How Offered: Face-to-Face
Prerequisites: BUS 101