3233s - Finance 3233 Money and Banking Summer 2002 TABLE OF...

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Finance 3233 Money and Banking Summer 2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. General Information . .............................................................................................................. 1 II. Academic Integrity Policies. .................................................................................................... 4 III. Class Preparation . ................................................................................................................. 5 IV. Examinations and Grading . .................................................................................................... 8 V. Class Schedule . ..................................................................................................................... 9 Reserve Listing/Library Assignments . ................................................................................... 11
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1 TERM: Spring 2002. ......................................................................................................................... COURSE NUMBER: FIN 3233 COURSE TITLE: Money and Banking C0REQUISITES: Co-requisites: Fin 3403 with a “C” or better; Prerequisites: ACG 2071, STA 2023 with a “C” or better CATALOG DESCRIPTION: This course examines the structure and operations of our monetary system, commercial banking, central banking, money and capital markets, and provides an introduction to monetary theory and policy. INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Cheryl Frohlich OFFICE: 42/3210 OFFICE HOURS: Dr. Frohlich (42/3210): cfrohlic@unf.edu M W 4:00-5:30 and by appointment. PHONE: 620-2630 (office); 223-7249 (home) Email: cfrohlic@unf.edu Fax: (904) 928-3861 CLASS TIME: Fin 3233 Section 008 M/W 8:00pm-9:40pm Bldg 42/ 1113 REQUIRED TEXT: Ritter, Silber and Udell , Principles of Money, Banking & Financial Markets 10 th edition DROP DATE: Thursday June 27, 2002 Memorial Day: Monday May 27, 2002 FINAL EXAM: FIN 3233_008 Wednesday at 8:00 pm-9:40pm July 31, 2002 WHY TAKE FINANCE? Finance is the language of business. Understanding finance is essential for all business students whether the intended major is management, marketing, law, or accounting. A finance background provides a graduate with fundamental training that can be used in all aspects of organizational activity, whether commercial,
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2 governmental, or institutional.
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3 THIS COURSE INTENDS TO: Finance 3233 examines the financial sector of the U. S. economy. In particular we will discuss the financial markets, interest rates and their determination, monetary theory and policies, an overview of financial institutions, and international financial institutions and their markets. 1. Objective: The objective of this class is to provide the student the opportunity to stretch to his/her full thinking potential. The course is very rigorous and the student must integrate concepts in lecture and test. A working knowledge of Federal Reserve function and interest rate theory will be expected at the conclusion of the course. In addition, general information on the various markets
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