Crunching the Numbers: Global Finance

In an age when global financial transactions involve millions, billions, and even trillions of dollars, the question arises: Where does all of the money go? Examine finance principles such as the time value of money and the risk-return relationship. Analyze financial instruments both from investors' and companies' perspectives. Assess the financial rewards and challenges faced by firms and individuals in a global economy. Consider the role of technology in global finance. Examine the various methods used for financial forecasting. Use "money math" to perform quantitative stock evaluations, data measurement, product costing, and corporate budgeting.

Related Terms and Locations: 
Term 1 (June 9–29)
Duke University West, NC
Term 2 (July 7–27)
Georgia Tech, GA
Summer Studies Program: 
Center Math, Center Verbal