FNCE 433 : Investment Principles

Provides the student with the tools necessary for evaluating investments, including stocks, bonds, options and commodities. Evaluate the organization of securities markets, mutual fund investing, efficient market hypothesis, and fundamental analysis and valuation. Additionally, it presents a systematic methodology for constructing efficient portfolios and evaluating portfolio performance. Class Fee.

FNCE 321


ProgramCreditsSemester Offered

Business Administration

3Spring even years