Master of Business Administration Courses
MBA 6700 Financial Institutions (3 credits)
Course Description: This course examines role of financial institutions in the economy. Topics covered include asset, liability, and capital management issues, decision making in commercial banks and other depository institutions, monetary economics, the structure and functioning of commercial banks and other financial intermediaries, the Federal Reserve System and its monetary policy tools, goals and targets. Along with MBA 6705, this is one of the pair of courses that is required for the Finance Concentration in the MBA.
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