FIN 410. Investment Theory and Applications. 3 Hours.

This course emphasizes the theoretical and practical aspects of investments. Financial instruments such as common stocks, bonds, options, futures, and mutual funds are analyzed in a theoretical context using efficient market theory, capital market theory, option pricing, and stock valuation models. Experience in practical applications is generally obtained through the use of case studies. Prerequisite: FIN 310 or FIN 311. Enrollment restricted. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Business

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...or ACCT 410 Intermediate Accounting II FIN 410 Investment Theory and Applications 3 FIN 413...

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

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...Forecasting 3 FIN 310 Finance 3 FIN 311 Finance, Honors 3 FIN 410 Investment Theory...