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ECO 650. MANAGING IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT. An analysis of the glob- al environment and its implications for managerial decision-making with an emphasis on gaining an understanding of the factors that lead to changes in the pattern of world production and trade, technology, the political-legal environ- ment, exchange rates and trade policy; analyzing problems in a global sense. 3

ECO 652. BUSINESS CONDITIONS ANALYSIS. The macroeconomic environ- ment in which business firms must operate and foundations of governmental policy; the interpretation of economic trends and forecasting businessconditions. 3

ECO 690. SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN ECONOMICS. Guided research of an impor- tant economic problem selected to meet the student’s academic needs and pro- fessional interest. A written report is required. Prerequisite: ECO 612, approval of Division Chair. 1-6


FIN 600. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. Financial principles and cases dealing with decision making at various levels in the financial line organization. 3

FIN 601. APPLIED DECISION SCIENCE. An MBA core course designed to help students understand and apply management science and statistical models in a dynamic, competitive decision making environment using microcomputer tech- nology. Emphasis is on the use of information technology and formal models in support of managerial decision making. Models are developed and used in the functional areas of marketing, production and finance. These models are based upon principles from microeconomics, accounting/finance/control, operations, marketing and strategic planning/business policy. Prerequisites: MGT 555 or equivalent. 3

FIN 605. PROBLEMS IN CORPORATE FINANCE. Applications of financial theo- ry to complex financial problems with emphasis on: the concept of financial mar- ket efficiency, financial analysis, financial forecasting, cost of capital, financial tactics and instruments. 3

FIN 621. FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS. Financial statement analysis: Li- quidity, profitability, financial stability, and utilization, interfirm comparisons, pros and cons of financial ratio analysis. 3

FIN 622. RISK MANAGEMENT. A study of utility functions to ascertain an indi- vidual’s tolerance to risk and how the individual decisions might impact the firm; including analysis of catastrophic risk futures as issued by the CBOT and their function and efficiency in managing catastrophic losses faced by the insurance industry. 3

FIN 623. PUBLIC FINANCE. Federal budgeting practices and policies, intergov- ernmental fiscal relations, cost-benefit studies, economics of state and local gov- ernments. 3

FIN 625. TREASURY AND CREDIT MANAGEMENT. The issues and problems that pertain to the treasury function of a corporation, and the recognition and application of financial concepts and quantitative techniques to short-term finan- cial problems. Students earning an “A” or “B” in this course will be eligible to sit for Certified Cash Manager (CCM) exam. 3


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