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FIN 526 - Capital Formation

Description
Students study the market processes by which resources are allocated, from the capital formation of economic activities of the economy's various sectors to the financial activities in the money and capital markets. Specifically, the course includes the use of flow of funds analysis as applied to capital markets and various financial chronicles as sources for explaining and predicting economic behavior; the theory and reality of the interest rate structure; the nature of various capital markets and their securities; knowledge of corporate debt and equity instruments; federal, state, and local government securities; and mortgages. This course leads to a basic knowledge and understanding of the sources and uses of funds and the role of financial intermediation in the growth and development of economies. Class Notes: Log into class on the first day of the session.Please go to http://www.apu.edu/graduateprofessionalcenter/registrar/registration/onlineapu/ for online class instructions and technical requirements. When registering for an online class, you must provide the university with a valid email address. To verify or update your email address, logon to home.apu.edu and access the Personal Information section in your Student Center.Online asynchronous classes deliver 50% or more of their content in an online format but have no required live sessions. Students have a timeframe for participation each week, but they may contribute whenever they choose in accordance with course instructions. Some asynchronous courses may offer optional live sessions such as desktop video chats, but live, real-time class meetings are not required. Enrollment Requirements: FIN 513.
Credits
3
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1