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637    Core Competencies III                                  293      Cooperative Education for Business              414     Advanced Business Finance (W)
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: same as                      Students                                                Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311 and
       below. Spring: Flint-Saginaw-GR-Lansing-                        Fall, Spring. 1(1-0) A student may earn a               FI 312) and completion of Tier I writing re-
       Kalamazoo-UP. Summer: Flint-Saginaw-                            maximum of 3 credits in all enrollments for             quirement. R: Open only to seniors in The
       GR-Lansing-Kalamazoo-UP. A student may                          this course. Interdepartmental with Market-             Eli Broad College of Business.
       earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-                      ing and Supply Chain Management; Ac-            Advanced financial management of business firms.
       ments for this course. Interdepartmental                        counting; Economics; Management; Hospi-         Theoretical analysis and case applications. Capital
       with Human Medicine; Medicine; Obstet-                          tality Business. Administered by Department     budgeting, capital structure, valuation, risk man-
       rics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology;                      of Marketing and Supply Chain Manage-           agement, mergers, and corporate restructuring.
       Pediatrics and Human Development; Sur-                          ment. R: By permission of the Department
       gery. Administered by College of Human                          only.                                           425      Law and Economics
       Medicine. R: Open only to graduate-                    Integration of pre-professional educational employ-               Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Econom-
       professional students in College of Human              ment experiences in industry and government with                  ics. Administered by Department of Eco-
       Medicine.                                              knowledge and processes taught in the student's                   nomics. P: (EC 201 or EC 251H)
Core knowledge and skills from an interdisciplinary           academic program. Educational employment as-             Application of economic analysis to the law. Prop-
perspective.                                                  signment approved by the Department of Marketing         erty rights, takings, the Coase Theorem. The eco-
                                                              and Supply Chain Management.                             nomics of regulation, crime and punishments, liabil-
810      Methods of Brief Research                                                                                     ity law, and public choice.
         Communication
         Fall. 1(1-0) RB: Completion of professional          311      Financial Management                            435      Securities Law and Regulation
         degree R: Approval of department.                             Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (ACC 202 or              Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311 and GBL 395)
Research communications for postgraduate medical                       ACC 230) and (STT 315 or STT 200 or STT                  R: Open only to juniors or seniors in the Col-
and health professionals. Development of a presen-                     201 or STT 351 or STT 421 or STT 231) R:                 lege of Business.
tation and an abstract communicating research                          Open only to juniors or seniors in The Eli      Basic coverage of the Securities Acts of 1993 and
results.                                                               Broad College of Business. Not open to stu-     1994. Registration requirements, exemptions from
                                                                       dents in The School of Hospitality Business.    the law, theory of a sale, liability, shareholder suf-
811      Methods of Written Research                          Overview of financial management for business            frage, market manipulation, and international securi-
         Communication                                        majors. Analysis of financial statements, markets,       ties issues.
         Spring. 1(1-0) RB: Completion of profes-             and assets. Risk and valuation, corporate budgeting
         sional degree R: Approval of department.             and investment decisions. International and ethical      451      International Financial Management
Research communications for postgraduate medical              implications. Current events applications.                        Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) R:
and health professionals. Development of a manu-                                                                                Open only to juniors or seniors in The Eli
script and poster communicating research results.                                                                               Broad College of Business. Not open to
                                                              312     Introduction to Investments                               students in The School of Hospitality Busi-
821      Epidemiology of the Health and                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) R:               ness.
         Cognitive Status of the Elderly                              Open only to juniors or seniors in The Eli       Financial management of multinational firms. Theo-
         Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental                  Broad College of Business. Not open to stu-      retical and applied aspects of international capital
         with Epidemiology. Administered by De-                       dents in the School of Hospitality Business.     budgeting, capital structure, cash management,
         partment of Epidemiology. RB: (EPI 810 or            Theoretical and empirical analyses of securities.        asset pricing, and risk management. Cross-cultural
         concurrently) R: Open only to master's stu-          Risk and return formation. Security analysis and         and ethical considerations.
         dents in the Epidemiology major or approval          concepts of market efficiency. Common stocks,
         of department. SA: FMP 821, HM 821                   bonds, options, futures, and                             455     Computer Applications in Financial
Interpretation of research on the health and cogni-           mutual funds.                                                    Modeling
tive status of elderly. Interpretation of statistical tests                                                                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) and
of hypotheses. Conclusions based on data.                                                                                      (MSC 317 or STT 422 or STT 442) R: Open
                                                              320     Introduction to Finance                                  only to students in the Finance major.
                                                                      Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to students    Development of computer spreadsheet-based mod-
                                                                      in programs for which FI 320 is a catalog-       els to analyze corporate financial strategies and
                                                                      listed requirement. Not open to students         valuation issues.
                                                                      with credit in FI 201 or FI 311.
                                                              Overview of finance for the non-business major.          473       Debt and Money Markets
                                                              Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, financial statement                   Fall. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) R: Open only to stu-
                                                              analysis, capital budgeting, financial planning.                   dents in the Eli Broad College of Business.
                                                                                                                       Role and nature of international debt and money
                                                                                                                       markets. Corporate and government bond valua-
                                                              321     Theory of Investments                            tion, fixed income derivative instruments and bond
                                                                      Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) R: Open only    portfolio management. Special role of "time" in debt
                                                                      to juniors or seniors in the Specialization in   and money markets.
                                                                      Actuarial Science and the Department of
                                                                      Economics Business cognate. Not open to          478      Investment Strategies and Speculative
                                                                      students with credit in FI 312.                  Markets
FINANCE                                               FI      Theoretical analysis of common stocks, bonds,                     Fall. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311 and FI 312) R: Open
                                                              options and futures. Tradeoff between risk and                    only to juniors or seniors in The Eli Broad
                                                              return, market efficiency, efficient portfolios and               College of Business. Not open to students
Department of Finance                                         CAPM. Cash flow evaluation and option evaluation.                 in The School of Hospitality Business.
The Eli Broad College of                                                                                               Pricing, trading strategies, hedging applications, and
                                                                                                                       markets for forwards, futures, swaps, and options.
    Business and The Eli Broad                                413       Management of Financial Institutions
    Graduate School of Management                                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (FI 311) R:
                                                                        Open only to students in the College of        490      Independent Study
201      Personal Investing                                             Business.                                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. R:
         Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) RB: Completion of Tier I        Management, decision-making and policy formula-                   Open only to seniors. Approval of depart-
         writing requirement. Not open to students            tion for depository and non-depository financial                  ment.
         with credit in FI 312.                               institutions emphasizing commercial banking. Sav-        Supervised independent study of special topics in
Introduction to the world of personal investing. For-         ings banks, credit unions and non-bank financial         finance.
mulation of intelligent and practical investment              institutions including investment banks.
plans. Implementation using stocks, bonds, and
other investments. Performance evaluation with
respect to stated goals.




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                                                                                                                               FW—Fisheries and Wildlife


491     Topics in Finance                                 853     Debt and Money Instruments and                    982     Investment Theory
        Fall of even years. 1 to 4 credits. A student             Markets                                                   Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (FI 980) R:
        may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all en-                Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822 and FI 851) R:                 Open only to Ph.D. students in Business.
        rollments for this course. P: (FI 311) R:                 Open to MBA students or approval of de-           Market efficiency, stochastic processes, option
        Open only to juniors or seniors.                          partment.                                         pricing, efficient set mathematics, intertemporal
Current and emerging issues in finance to supple-         Fixed-income security markets. Valuation of instru-       asset pricing and arbitrage pricing theory.
ment and enrich existing courses.                         ments traded.
                                                                                                                    983      Financial Econometrics
801      Managerial Finance                               857     Security Analysis                                          Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (EC 818) and (EC 821
         Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (ACC 800) R: Open only to               Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822 and FI                  or concurrently) and (EC 822 or concur-
         students in the Program in Professional Ac-              851) R: Open only to MBA students or ap-                   rently) R: Open only to Ph.D. students in
         counting and to students in programs for                 proval of department.                                      Business and Economics.
         which FI 801 is a catalog-listed requirement.    Fundamental analysis of individual stocks. Dis-           Econometric techniques of relevance to problems in
Short-, intermediate- and long-term problems. Fi-         counted cash flow valuation, relative valuation,          finance: asset pricing. Interpretation of the results
nancial planning and control. Applications in domes-      special situations. Portfolio implications.               and limitations of recent empirical finance research.
tic and international settings.
                                                          860     International Financial Management                993      Finance Workshop
805     Managerial Finance for Manufacturing                      Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) R: Open only to                Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (FI 980) R: Open only to
        and Innovation                                            MBA students or approval of department.                    Ph.D. students in Finance.
        Spring. 2(2-0) R: Open only to students in        Cross-border capital budgeting, capital structure,        Critical evaluation of original research papers by
        the Master of Science in Manufacturing and        cash management, corporate governance, foreign            faculty and students.
        Innovation. Not open to students with credit      currency and Eurocurrency markets, and currency
        in FI 801 or FI 862.                              risk management.                                          999    Doctoral Dissertation Research
Introduction to business finance. Current institutional                                                                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A
environment, financial planning, risk and return,         862     Advanced Managerial Finance                              student may earn a maximum of 99 credits
capital budgeting and capital structure, including                Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) R: Open only               in all enrollments for this course. R: Open
cost of capital. Basic tools for analyzing and inter-             to MBA students or approval of department.               only to Ph.D. students in Finance and Insur-
preting financial data. Coverage of both for-profit       Financial planning and control using financial theory            ance.
and not-for-profit entities.                              and management techniques. Applications in inter-         Doctoral dissertation research.
                                                          national settings. Business cases.
812     Financial Management and Strategy
        Summer. 3(3-0) Summer: Exec Develop               863     Corporate Governance and
        Center. RB: undergraduate degree in Ac-                   Restructuring
        counting R: Open only to Master of Science                Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) RB: (FI 851) R:
        students in Accounting and Business Proc-                 MBA Students or approval of department.
        esses.                                            Corporate governance and restructuring. Corporate
Financial planning and control using financial theory     control and governance, mergers and acquisitions,
and management techniques. Analysis of financial
markets and risks and how they affect short- and
                                                          corporate divestitures, financial distress and bank-
                                                          ruptcy. International comparisons and real-world
                                                                                                                    FISHERIES AND                                 FW
long-term investment and financing. Applications in       cases.                                                    WILDLIFE
domestic and international settings.
                                                          878      Bank Management
844      Corporate Financial Strategies                            Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) R: Open only       Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
         Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) RB: (FI 851                 to MBA students or approval of department.
         or FI 845) R: Open only to MBA students or       Nature, structure, and management of commercial
                                                                                                                    College of Agriculture and
         approval of department.                          banks. Products and services offered, risks, policies,        Natural Resources
Managerial decision-making applied to key corpo-          and strategies. Applications in domestic and interna-
rate financial strategic policies. Case studies.          tional settings.                                          100     Introduction to Fisheries and Wildlife
                                                                                                                            Fall, Spring. 3(2-2) R: Open only to fresh-
845     Financial Modeling and Simulation                 890     Independent Study                                         men or sophomores.
        Fall. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) RB: (FI 851) R:               Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student may       Fisheries and wildlife management, history, philoso-
        Open only to MBA students or approval of                  earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-        phy and careers; conservation ethics.
        department.                                               ments for this course. RB: (MBA 822) R:
Applications of financial theory through computer                 Open only to graduate students in Business.       109     Conservation of Freshwater Ecosystems
modeling. Forecasting, cash flow modeling, valua-                 Approval of department.                                   Fall. 3(3-0) R: Not open to students in the
tion, portfolio optimization, risk measurement, and       Faculty-guided research projects.                                 Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. Not
option pricing.                                                                                                             open to students with credit in FW 414 or
                                                          891     Topics In Finance                                         FW 472 or ZOL 431.
851      Introduction to Investments                              Fall of even years. 1 to 4 credits. A student     Fundamentals of freshwater ecology emphasizing
         Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822) R: Open              may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all en-        human impacts. Basic ecological principles of con-
         only to MBA students or approval of de-                  rollments for this course. P:M: (FI 801 or        servation and management. Applied problems: their
         partment.                                                MBA 822) or (PIM 841 and PIM 842)                 symptoms, causes, and solutions.
Security risk and return concepts. Portfolio analysis     Current and emerging issues in corporate finance,
and concepts of market efficiency. Equity invest-         investments, and financial modeling to supplement         110      Conservation and Management of Marine
ments, bonds, options, futures, and international         and enrich existing courses.                                       Resources
securities.                                                                                                                  Spring. 3(3-0)
                                                          980      Theory of Finance                                Marine environment, resource distribution, and
852     Financial Markets and Strategies                           Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to Ph.D. students      human impacts on selected marine commercial
        Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (MBA 822 and FI 851)                   in Business or approval of department.           fisheries. Conflicts in management goals between
        R: Open only to MBA students or approval          Introduction to the financial theory of the firm. Theo-   government and industry. Management goals and
        of department.                                    retical models dealing with capital structure, cost of    techniques in preserving and conserving marine
Theories of domestic and international financial          capital, dividend policy and leasing.                     resource biodiversity.
markets and instruments. Effects of risk and maturity
on prices. Arrangement of business and portfolio          981     Corporate Finance Theory                          203      Resource Ecology
risk and returns with options and futures.                        Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (FI 980) R:                Fall, Spring. 3(3-0)
                                                                  Open only to Ph.D. students in Business.          Basic concepts of ecology which provide a founda-
                                                          Theoretical foundations. Recent empirical research        tion for examining environmental problems and their
                                                          in capital structure, dividend policy, and agency         solutions.
                                                          theory.




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