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FIN 650. INVESTMENT ANALYSIS. Portfolio theory and techniques of managing risk using derivatives. 3

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

FIN 690. FINANCE: SPECIAL PROBLEMS. Guided individual research in current financial management problems selected to meet particular needs and interests of each student. Prerequisite: FIN 600. 1-6

Insurance and Real Estate IRR 520. PROPERTY INSURANCE. 3 IRR 521. LIABILITY INSURANCE. 3 IRR 540. LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE. 3 IRR 551. REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE. 3 IRR 552. REAL ESTATE FINANCE. 3 IRR 553. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL. 3 IRR 554. REAL ESTATE LAW. 3

IRR 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

DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, OFFICE ADMINISTRATION, AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

Management

MGT 555. BUSINESS QUANTITATIVE SKILLS. Basic mathematic background in linear algebra and calculus necessary for an understanding of various quantitative aspects of organization planning, problem solving, and decision making. This prerequisite course does not count toward degree requirement. 3

MGT 600. MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS. Micro and macro examination of factors affecting behavior within organizations: motivation, leadership, interpersonal and group interaction, human resources, goal setting, communication, conflict man- agement. 3

MGT 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

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