- BUSI 101B - Business Fundamental (Quantitative)
The Business Fundamentals course includes both Quantitative and Communications sections and serves as the gateway course to Westminster College's Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business. Students learn about the various business school disciplines through the classroom and through live business applications as they operate a small business, the net proceeds of which go to support a student-selected local non-profit organization.
- FINC 300
The Business Finance course provides insight and practice relating to the planning, organizing, and controlling functions performed by financial managers. Emphasis is on value maximization and the decisions that support this goal.
- FINC 309 - Concepts and Applications in Corporate Finance
A case analysis approach to financial management theory with emphasis on how firms value assets, capital budgeting, capital markets and long-term financing.
- FINC 409 - Advanced Asset Valuation Modeling
A review of advanced quantitative methods in support of estimating market values for firm assets including Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model, Monte Carlo Simulation, Cap Table Construction, Leveraged Buyout Model, Binomial Lattice Model, Multi-Dimensional Valuation Matrix, and Changing Returns to Scale modeling
- FINC 412A - Exploring the DOW and S&P
An exploration into the the variables, metrics, and equational forms of asset valuation modeling (discounted cash flow) applied to the firms in the DOW Industrials and S&P 100. www.models.rhaskell.org
- FINC 412A - The Power of Multiples
An exploration in the variable, metrics and equations forms of Enterprise Value multiples as seen through the firms in the DOW Industrials and S&P 100. www.multiples.rhaskell.org
- ECON 105 - Introduction to Economics as a Social Science.An introduction to economics as a social science including a review of the important economic philosophers and doctrines, and an introduction to micro and macro economics.
- ECON 253 - Elementary Macroeconomics.An introduction to the "language of economics" through a discussion of the basic concepts of macroeconomics and its microeconomic foundations; including fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, unemployment, global trade and development.
- ECON 263 - Elementary Microeconomics.A study of how individuals, firms, and governments allocate scarce resources. Course includes the study of markets, price formation, and market structures.
- ECON 412A - Special Topics: Current Economic Problems.A discussion of economic events that characterize the world economy with a particular emphasis on the US. Includes the recent financial crisis, fiscal and monetary policy, global trade, human capital investments (education, healthcare, and migration), immigration, inequality and income distribution, the environment, and political economy.
- MBA 620C - Understanding Market Dynamics.An analysis of the multi-faceted environment in which a firm operates including a review of current economic, political, institutional and societal forces influencing a firm and its strategies for success.
- MBA 640 - Executive Financial Decision Making
Every decision in the firm either creates or destroys value - there is rarely a condition in which decisions are impotent or support a steady state. This course provides a review of corporate finance concepts and tools through which managers and decision makers consider the effects of firm-level decisions. Through the use of various asset value estimation techniques, the outcomes of management decisions are considered and discussed.
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- ECON 3100 - Labor EconomicsA quantitative and qualitative review of labor economics, including labor market microeconomics, wage theory, labor mobility, human-resource development, unionism, collective bargaining, employment and public policy.
- ECON 3540 - Current Economic Problems.A discussion of economic events that characterize the world economy with a particular emphasis on the US. Includes the recent financial crisis, fiscal and monetary policy, global trade, human capital investments (education, healthcare, and migration), immigration, inequality and income distribution, the environment, and political economy.
- ECON 5190/6190 - Health Economics.A review of the economics of healthcare with particular emphasis on the US heathcare system, an analysis of the Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and a review of health as an input to human capital.
- ECON 5140/6140 - Discrimination in the Labor Markets
Examination of wage and employment discrimination in U.S. labor markets. Racial, ethnic, gender, age, religious, and other forms of discrimination may be considered. Emphasis on original, quantitative analysis of these issues; students will identify particular topics of interest to them, collect and analyze relevant data. Fulfills University’s diversity requirement.