COMMERCE 2FA3 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE

This course introduces the main instruments and institutions in the Canadian financial system. The basic concepts and models of modern financial theory are introduced through lectures and “hands-on” problem solving. Topics include: the time value of money, capital budgeting, the trade-off between risk and return and security valuation. Prerequisite(s): ECON 1A06 or 1B03; and one of MATH 1A03, 1M03, or 1N03; and COMMERCE 2AA3; and registration in any Commerce, Engineering and Management, Honours Business Informatics or four or five-level non-Commerce program. Students in a four- or five-level non-Commerce program must have at least B- in one of ECON 1A06, 1B03, 2G03, 2X03. (See Note 2 above.)




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