Welcome - Theory of Finance BUSS 6201   Theory of Finance
The intent of this course is not only to give students a solid understanding of seminal works in finance theory, but also introduces them to the concepts and current issues of financial research. This course covers the core theory of investment, corporate finance, and derivative securities. Topics include diversification and portfolio selection, valuation theory and equilibrium pricing of securities, capital budgeting with real options, and financial decision making.
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PREREQUISITES: Students in the MScB program who may not have much background in Finance are recommended to read the standard undergraduate textbooks covering the main topics in finance theory to get themselves familiar with the basic knowledge. Examples: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance by Ross, Westerfield, Jordon, and Roberts, 9th edition, Investments by Brodie, Kane, Markus, 10th edition, and Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives by John Hull
RESTRICTIONS: This course is restricted to students in the MScB program.