This course provides finance majors with a survey of financial instruments (with a focus on fixed income and money markets), markets, and institutions with a strong current events perspective. The course will have an applied managerial perspective that focuses on both how the markets are viewed by companies who need access to funding as well as the professionals that work in the financial services industry. The course is intended not only for those interested in careers in financial markets and institutions, but also for those who wish to extend their institutional industry specific knowledge.
Must be enrolled in the Fox School of Business and Management. This course may not be repeated for extra credits.
Minimum grade of C in (FIN 3101, FIN 3901, 'Y' in CRFI01, or 'Y' in CRFI07)