Academic Catalog 2021-2022

Finance (FIN)

FIN 621  Fin & Econ Anal  (3 Credits)  

The business principles using a managerial approach to financial and economic analysis. Covers theories of consumer, firm, and markets with emphasis on managerial decision-making; applied topics include demand estimation, forecasting, exchange rates and exports, and long-term investment.

Prerequisite(s): ECON 231 and ECON 232 and FIN 301 and MGSC 239

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 650  Investment Management  (3 Credits)  

INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (3) Theory and practice of pricing and evaluation of stocks, bonds, options, futures, and mutual funds. It includes portfolio theory and management and global investments. (Prerequisite: FIN 301 or equivalent.)

Prerequisite(s): FIN 301

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 652  Managerial Finance  (3 Credits)  

The theory and practice of financial decision making, including tools and techniques for making financial decisions, including those arising from globalization and ethical challenges.

Prerequisite(s): FIN 301 and MGSC 624

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 655  International Finance  (3 Credits)  

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (3) This course analyzes issues and problems managers and investors face that result from operating in an international environment. (Prerequisites: FIN 301 or equivalent.)

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 675  Energy Finance  (3 Credits)  

Introduction to financial analysis, project selection, financing and dividend policies. Energy industry fundamentals and performance are discussed. Data and cases are utilized to address financial and decision-making issues in the energy industry.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 685  Energy Trading  (3 Credits)  

Introduction to financial derivatives including futures, options, and swaps used by traders in the energy industry. Emphasis is placed on the framework for various hedging and risk management objectives.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 695  Financial Valuation Modeling  (3 Credits)  

This course provides a review of natural gas, oil and petroleum products, coal, liquefied natural gas and electricity including energy forecasting and supply and cost curves. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: FIN 301.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics