ECON 3378 Behavioral Finance and Economics
3 hours; 3 credits
The interaction of human psychology, decision making and financial markets in order to understand how human behavior plays a significant role in finance. Topics covered include: personal financial planning, corporate finance, and portfolio management within the context of behavioral finance and behavioral economics. This course is the same as Finance 3378 and [Business 3378].
Prerequisite: Finance 3310 or [Business 3310] or Economics 3332 [70.8] or Finance 3330 or [BUS 3330]; Economics 2200 [20.1] or Business 2200 [20.1].
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