Finance

 

Course offering in the second semester 072 ( february 2008 ) :

 

 

FIN 301

Financial Management I   

(3-0-3)

An introductory course which presents basic theories, concepts, and analytical techniques in financial management. Topics covered in the course include evaluation of financial goals and objectives. Overview of financial markets and institutions; financial statements and cash flows; time value of money; ratio analysis; working capital management; short-term financing operating and financial leverages, financial forecasting and planning, capital budgeting techniques.

Prerequisites:

ACCT 202, ECON 202

 

 

 

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FIN 302

Financial Management II  

(3-0-3)

A second course in Finance which focuses on capital investments and financing decisions. Capital investments are evaluated under conditions of uncertainty. Financing decisions are examined through capital structure theory, cost of capital, and dividend policy. Valuation of securities integrates the impact of both investment and financing decisions. Other topics covered in the course instruments of long-term financing; leasing; mergers and acquisitions; corporate restructuring and reorganizations; international finance.

Prerequisites:

FIN 301

 

 

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FIN 351

Cooperative Work             

(0-0-9)

Each student must participate in a 28-week program of industrial experience in Finance and/or related business areas. The academic advisor approves the student's training program and makes sure that the student submits a formal written report based on his practical experience during the training period.

Prerequisites:

Senior level

 

  

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FIN 410

International Financial Management

(3-0-3)

Analysis of the key financial decisions made by multinational companies. The course provides an international perspective to financial problems facing multinationals. Topics examined in the course include international financial environment; international money and capital markets; analysis of foreign exchange risk exposure and risk management; capital budgeting and working capital management; direct foreign investment decisions, political risk assessment, international banking and taxation.

Prerequisites:

FIN 301

 

  

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FIN 415

Management of Financial Institutions

(3-0-3)

The course presents both theoretical and practical aspects of decision making in financial institutions. The primary focus is on commercial bank management. Major topics include asset/liability and capital management; credit evaluation, lending policies and practices, liquidity management; bank performance evaluation; investment banking; investment portfolio management; international banking. Cases and computer game methods are used to simulate decisions made by bank managers.

Prerequisites:

  FIN 301, ECON 305

 

  

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FIN 420

Investments

(3-0-3)

An introductory course in investment theory and principles. The course provides an overview of security markets, alternative investment securities, sources of investment information, and factors influencing security prices. Major topics include selection and management of financial assets; valuation techniques for stocks and bonds; fundamental and technical analysis; theory of efficient financial markets; risk-return analysis; introduction to portfolio theory.

Prerequisites:

  FIN 301

 

  

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FIN 425

Computer Applications in Finance

(3-0-3)

Application of computer software in formulating and analyzing problems in Finance. The course is specifically designed to encourage use of sensitivity analysis and “what if” projections, in financial modeling, financial statement analysis; capital budgeting, cash flow projections, and risk analysis; working capital management; capital structure and financing decision; leasing; foreign exchange forecasting; valuation of securities; investment analysis and portfolio management; application of quantitative methods in finance.

Prerequisites:

  FIN 302

 

  

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FIN 430

Risk and Management Insurance

(3-0-3)

Theory of risk and risk management; identification; measurement, and arrangements to deal with risk in personal and business situations. Types of insurance coverages; basic features of selected insurance contracts, implementation of risk management strategies using insurance, risk retention, and risk reduction devices.

Prerequisites:

  FIN 301

 

  

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FIN 450

Financial Policy

(3-0-3)

A capstone case-oriented course which examines various practical problems in financial policy. The course emphasizes the application of financial theories and analytical techniques to solve business problems in both domestic and international environments. Topics covered in the course include financial analysis and planning; working capital management; capital budgeting and cash flow analysis; lease financing; long term financing and capital structure decisions; corporate restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions.

Prerequisites:

  FIN 302

 

 

 

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All financial Courses   (Undergraduate Program )

 

 

Finance

( Graduate Program )

 

Course offering in the second semester 072 ( february 2008 ) :

 

FIN 510                      Managerial Finance

 

Managerial finance consists of two inter-related decisions of investment and financing. The former deals with capital theory and its application to capital budgeting under uncertainty. The latter deals with financial leverage, the cost of capital, dividend policy and valuation. Leasing and other instruments of long-term financing, growth through mergers and the holding company, as well as reorganization and bankruptcy are also included.

 

 

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All financial Courses   ( Graduate Program )

 

 

 

Other Courses Offering in The Second Semester 072 ( February 2008 ) :

College of Industrial Management  (CIM)

 

·         Management Information System ( MIS )

·          Marketing  ( MKT )

·          Accounting ( Acct )

·         Finance (FIN)

·         Management ( MGT )

·        Economics  ( ECON)

 

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College of Engineering Sciences  (CES):

·         Petroleum Engineering (PETE)

·         Chemical Engineering (CHE)

·         Mechanical Engineering (ME)

·         Electrical Engineering    (EE)

·         Civil Engineering (CE)

 

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College of Computer Sciences & Engineering  (CCSE):

·         Computer Engineering  (COE)

·         Systems Engineering   (SE)

·           Information and Computer Science (ICS)

 

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College of Sciences  (CS)

·          Chemistry  (CHEM)

·         Earth Sciences  (ES)

·        Statistics

·        Mathematical  

 

 

College of Environmental Design  (CED)

·        Architecture (ARC)

·        City & Regional Planning (CRP)

·        Construction Engineering & Management (CEM)

·         Architectural Engineering (ARE)

 

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