FINC 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 Economics 3378. Not open to students who have completed Business 3378.)

Prerequisite: [Business 3310] [70.2] or Finance 3310 or Economics 3332 [70.8] or [BUS 3330] [70.3] or Finance 3330; Economics 2200 [20.1] or Business 2200 [20.1].


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