FIN 302: Making Financial Decisions

Ross Minor Core, Spring 2023
Student Ratings: 4.7/5.0

Making Financial Decisions (FIN 302) is a course designed to familiarize students with the fundamentals of financial management. Key topics in finance are covered, including: time value of money, risk and return relationship, and capital budgeting.

FIN 317: Corporate Financial Decisions

BBA Elective, Winter 2019
Winner of the Thomas W. Leabo Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence
Student Ratings: 4.6/5.0

FIN 317 (current course title: Investment Banking) is an advanced course on corporate finance for students who are familiar with the fundamentals of financial management (FIN 300, FIN 302). The topics covered in the course include: capital structure theory and practice, payout policy, and mergers and acquisitions.

BA 200: Businesses and Leaders

BBA Core, Fall 2022
Student Ratings: 4.8/5.0

BA 200 is a prerequisite course for BBA Sophomores at the Ross School. It explores the competing tensions of how business practices and leaders impact organizational performance as well as broader social outcomes across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.