Introduction to Quantitative Finance (FIN 3220)
Introduction to algorithmic trading and Direct Market Access (DMA) trading strategies. Class participants will analyze market microstructure, order placement and execution tactics used in trading financial assets. Quantitative trading strategies will be discussed in detail. Excel will be used extensively in this course. A background in programming is recommended.
Analysis of Corporate Financial Information (FIN 4220)
Analysis of corporate financial information from an investment analyst perspective.
FinTech (FIN 4440)
FinTech is an abbreviation for Financial Technology, which refers to the use of cutting-edge technological and other methods in the financial sector. This course covers the history and practical applications of FinTech, including cryptocurrencies and blockchain related technologies, payment processing, peer-to-peer lending, crowdfunding, big and alternative financial data, machine learning, risk pricing and adverse selection, or other emergent areas.
Survey of Finance (MBA 5300)
Theories, concepts, and techniques of financial management. Designed for student with no previous course work in financial management and for those with a need to review the basic techniques.