FIN 550 Money, Capital Markets and Banking

Analyzes operations of financial institutions, especially commercial banks, including the role they play in financial markets, how operations affect the economic system, and the role of regulation in influencing their behavior. Examines money, credit and interest rates, contemporary monetary theories, the function of central banks in the economy, and the interaction of central bank actions with asset markets.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

FIN 531 (may be taken concurrently), or admission to a School of Business graduate program, or permission of the Associate Director of Graduate Programs, or permission of the Department of Finance Chairperson.

General Education

Offered

  • Fall and Spring
  • Summer
  • On Demand