Catalog 2021-2022

FIN 611 Financial Management and Strategy

For graduate students only. This course is concerned with the theory and the practice of managerial finance, especially in the context of the publicly held corporation in a competitive global environment. The course includes analysis of current and historical financial position and short-term financial decisions. The course emphasizes long-term strategic decisions such as major investments, acquisitions and capital structure decisions. The principles of cost-benefit analysis, value creation, risk and return, and time value of money are demonstrated in a variety of business case examples. The course includes an introduction to portfolio theory, international finance and financial derivatives. Includes curriculum from the CFA® program.




ACC 500, ECO 500, FIN 500, and QMB 500.


fall, spring and summer semesters.