FIN 500 - INVESTMENT PRACTICUM

Semester Hours: 4

Small number of students work closely with finance faculty in the UAH Capital Managment group (CMG) to manage actual investment portfolios. Emphasis is placed on individual stock selection and managment of the portfolio to meet obectives.

FIN 531 - ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE

Semester Hours: 3

The purpose of the course is to apply advanced corporate finance theories to solve practical corporate finance problems.

FIN 554 - INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

Semester Hours: 3

An introduction to international finance for tomorrows global business leaders, with a focus on the financial management dimensions of leading a multinational enterprise.

FIN 560 - INVESTMENTS

Semester Hours: 3

A study of standard investment securities, as well as an overall view of the investment decision process. Securities covered include equities, fixed income, options, futures, and mutual funds. Associated topics include financial markets, valuation models, and fundamental portfolio theory.

FIN 561 - PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

Semester Hours: 3

A coninuation of FIN 560 with an emphasis on the application of investment portfolio management. An understanding of the functional areas of portfolio management is stressed, including investment policy, investment strategy, portfolio construction, performance evaluation, and portfolio protection. Prerequisite: FIN 560.

FIN 595 - INTERNSHIP IN FINANCE

Semester Hours: 1-3

With the supervision of a faculty advisor the student serves as an intern in a position that enhances their disciplines educational goals. Subjust to College's guidelines on internships.

FIN 601 - FIN DECIS UNDER UNCERTAINTY

Semester Hours: 3

Introduces students to financial decision-making in uncertain domestic and global markets and provides a set of tools and techniques for use in financial analysis. Topics include financial statement analysis, financial assessment of capital investments, cost of capital, and risk and return. Prerequisites: ACC 600 and ECN 600.

FIN 620 - SEMINAR IN BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

Semester Hours: 3

A study of the issues and anomolies related to the psychology of financial decision-making and the psychology of financial markets. The course contect will consist of readings from the behavioral finance literature with an emphasis on student discussion.

FIN 650 - SELECTED RESEARCH TOPICS

Semester Hours: 3

Research in a particular topic in finance relevant to administrative science by once student or group of students. The research paper must be an original contribution showing a research design and results that meet the highest standards of social science research.