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Relevant Coursework

FIN 4243 - Debt and Money Markets

  • Types of Debt Instruments: Exploring various debt instruments such as government bonds, corporate bonds, municipal bonds, and mortgage-backed securities, and understanding their unique characteristics.

  • Money Market Instruments: Studying short-term debt instruments like Treasury bills, commercial paper, and certificates of deposit, and their role in the money market.

  • Bond Ratings and Credit Analysis: Understanding credit rating agencies, credit rating scales, and the process of evaluating credit risk for debt issuers.

  • Regulatory Environment: Discussing regulatory frameworks governing debt markets, including securities regulations, disclosure requirements, and the role of regulatory authorities.

  • Impact of Monetary Policy: Exploring how changes in monetary policy, such as interest rate adjustments, affect debt markets and overall financial stability.

MAR 3611 - Marketing Analysis and Research Methods

  • Research Methodologies: Exploring various research methods such as surveys, interviews, focus groups, and observational studies, and understanding when and how to apply them in marketing research.

  • Data Collection and Analysis: Learning techniques for collecting and analyzing both qualitative and quantitative data, including data cleaning, statistical analysis, and interpretation of results.

  • Consumer Insights: Understanding how to gather consumer insights through market research to inform product development, marketing strategies, and customer engagement.

  • Market Trends and Forecasting: Analyzing market trends, forecasting demand, and identifying emerging opportunities or challenges for businesses.

  • Market Research Reporting: Developing skills in presenting research findings effectively through clear and actionable reports, data visualization, and compelling storytelling.

FIN 4504 - Equity and Capital Mar

  • Equity Market Exchanges: Exploring major equity exchanges, such as NYSE and NASDAQ, and understanding how trading occurs, order types, and market structure.

  • Market Indices: Studying equity market indices like the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), and NASDAQ Composite, and their significance in tracking market performance.

  • Risk and Return Assessment: Evaluating the relationship between risk and return in equity investments, exploring concepts like systematic risk (beta), unsystematic risk, and the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM).

  • Market Liquidity and Trading Costs: Analyzing concepts of market liquidity, bid-ask spreads, and transaction costs in equity markets.

  • Market Trends and Technological Impact: Exploring trends like algorithmic trading, high-frequency trading, and the impact of technology on equity market operations.

ACG 3173 - Accounting for Decision Makers

  • Financial Statement Analysis: Analyzing and interpreting financial statements (income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement) to assess a company's financial performance, liquidity, and solvency.

  • Capital Budgeting: Evaluating investment opportunities using techniques like net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), and payback period to determine project feasibility.

  • Fundamental Accounting Principles: Understanding the basics of accounting, including the accounting equation, accrual vs. cash basis accounting, and the principles of revenue recognition and matching.

  • Cash Flow Analysis: Examining cash flows from operating, investing, and financing activities to assess a company's ability to generate and manage cash.

  • Impact of Financial Statements on Stakeholders: Analyzing how financial statements influence decisions made by investors, creditors, management, and other stakeholders.

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