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syllabus12 - Syllabus UGBA 103 Introduction to Finance...

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Syllabus for UGBA 103 – Spring 2012 page 1 Syllabus UGBA 103, Introduction to Finance – Spring 2012 instructor : Professor Marcus M. Opp ( [email protected] ) office : F647 office hours : Mondays: 2.30 pm – 3.30pm in F647 class time : Mon and Wed, 11:10 am – 12:30pm, F295 (Andersen Auditorium), Section 1 Mon and Wed, 12:40 pm – 02:00pm, F295 (Andersen Auditorium), Section 2 GSIs: Brian Ayash ( brian_a[email protected] , OH: Thursday, 3:30pm-5:00pm, F621) Rachita Gullapalli ( [email protected] , OH: Friday, 12:30pm-2:00pm, F621) Brian Johnson ( [email protected] , OH: Tuesday, 11:00am-12.30pm, F621) Glenda Oskar ( [email protected] , OH: Monday, 9:30am-11am , F621 ) Tomas Reyes ( [email protected] , OH: Friday, 9:30am-11am, F621) class reps 01: Eileen Cheng ( [email protected] ) Rosa Huh ( [email protected] ) Shohei Narron ( [email protected] ) Chang-Min (Kevin) Park ( [email protected] ) Kevin Wang ( [email protected] ) class reps 02: Richard Berwick ( [email protected] ) Han Chang ( [email protected] ) Alan Cheng ( [email protected] ) Jason Lim ( [email protected] ) Christine To ( [email protected] ) sections : Sections are a good time for students to get help with problem sets, review course concepts, and ask questions in a relaxed environment. The first section is on Friday, January 27, 2012. overview : This is an introductory course in finance. Students learn how to value assets and businesses given forecasts of future cash flows. The course also concentrates on the risk characteristics of different asset classes. The first part of the course focuses on stocks, bonds and interest rates. The second part of the course deals with measuring and pricing risk. The third part of the course introduces students to valuation. The final part of the course introduces students to derivative instruments. This course will combine the theoretical underpinnings of finance with real-world examples, including several case discussions.
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