INBA 4880 International Finance
3 semester hours
This course introduces students to international business finance and the workings of international financial markets. The principal objective of the course is for students to develop an understanding of the basic tools of financial decision making in an international environment. Key topics of study include exchange rate determination, relationships between inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates, risk management, multinational capital budgeting, and international portfolio theory.
(See FNCE 4480 .)
Prerequisites: BADM 1040 with a grade of C (2.0) or better, FNCE 3410 , INBA 3810 .