Student Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the determination of the aggregated economic performance over a business cycle and assess the effects of public fiscal and monetary policies on social welfare and stabilization of the economy within the context of an open economy.
  • Explore the various managerial aspects and responsibilities required to conduct financial business activities in dynamic business environment by analyzing financial markets, institutions, and major types of financial instruments.
  • Understand the nature of risk, identify objectives and motivations of investors, evaluate risk/reward profiles and utilize critical thinking, analytical tools and economic analysis to identify appropriate investment strategies and support construction of portfolios.
  • Explore short- and long-term capital investment opportunities and associated risks in various settings.