BUAD 200x: Economic Foundations for Business
Course examines fundamental concepts of both microeconomics and macroeconomics as they pertain to business and financial decisions. Not available for degree credit to business majors.
BUAD 215x: Foundations of Business Finance
Principles and practices of modern financial management; use of financial statements; valuation of investment; asset pricing under uncertainty; elements of financial decisions.
BUAD 306: Business Finance
Financial problems of business enterprise; function of financial manager; sources of funds; instruments, institutions, and practices of finance; problems of financial management using case studies.
FBE 432: Corporate Financial Strategy
Linkage between financial theory and policy and corporate strategy, the role of financial managers in developing corporate strategy; applications of concepts and techniques using cases.
FBE 437: Entrepreneurial Finance: Financial Management for Developing Firms
Internal financial management of developing firms. Cash flow analysis; capital budgeting; sources of financing; risk analysis; measurement of profits; and mergers and acquisitions.
FBE 527: Entrepreneurial Finance: Financial Management for Developing Firms
Internal financial management of developing firms. Cash flow analysis; capital budgeting; sources of financing; risk analysis; measurement of profits; and mergers and acquisitions.
BUAD 532: Corporate Financial Strategy
Linkage between financial theory and policy and corporate strategy, the role of financial managers in developing corporate strategy; applications of concepts and techniques using cases.
GSBA 548: Corporate Finance
Modern theory of corporate investment and financing decisions. Open only to Masterís and Doctoral students.
GSBA 561: Business Finance
Evaluation of the firm by the market forces that affect its success; financial accounting and reporting; competitive market analysis; external communication; microeconomics; labor, customer and financial markets, statistical and decision analysis, financial and organization measures of effectiveness.
GSBA 562: Management of Operations
Analysis of operations management and business functions; managerial accounting; finance; marketing; production; data processing and information systems; human resources management. Duplicates credit in GSBA 562.
USC Student AFA Dinner
The purpose of the USC Chapter of the American Finance Association is the enrichment of the business education provided by the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. Through active interaction with successful executives from prominent and interesting firms in the community, the serious finance student is able to develop a more realistic assessment of the business world.
USC Gorvernance Summit
Join thought leaders from business, government and academia.
Duke Bristow: Associate Professor of Clinical Finance and Business Economics
Duke Bristow is an expert on corporate finance and corporate governance, particularly in the areas of private equity and director education. He has published papers in economics, engineering, and law journals, and has advised Corporate Board Member magazine and other publications on matters involving corporate governance and director education since 1998.
About Professor Bristow