Finance (70-931) — Spring 2017, Spring 2018, and Spring 2019 (scheduled)

This introductory course in finance sets the groundwork for financial decision making in two primary contexts. First, it covers how firms choose to invest in new projects. Second, it outlines principles by which portfolio managers select financial securities, such as stocks.

Corporate Finance (C15.0007) — Summer 2013

This introductory course in corporate finance has three main components. First, it develops the tools that are used to value investment projects and companies (valuation). Second, it addresses the basic issues involved in how firms should raise funds for their investments (financing). Third, it evaluates how investment and financing decisions are related.