MBAE 6065 - Business Finance Course uri icon



  • This class presents foundational concepts of corporate finance and investments; describes equity and debt markets; practices discounting cash flows; measures risks and returns using the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) and demonstrates the benefit of diversification. Explores how certain biases and behaviors of market participants may lead to inefficiencies in the market. Students gain understanding of modern financial institutions (e.g., venture capital) and modern financial instruments (e.g., ETFs) and their roles in the modern economy.