Teaching

University of Georgia

The course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the field of finance. Much of the course focuses on the responsibilities, concerns, and methods of analysis employed by corporate financial managers, as well as on the role of financial markets and institutions in the economy. The course includes the application of financial theory to contemporary examples to help students understand the many fundamental changes in financial markets in recent years. The course serves as a starting point for more detailed discussions of specialized areas in finance.

University of Michigan

FIN 300: Financial Management (Undergraduate Course) - Fall 2019

Financial Management (3 semester credit hours)
An introduction to the issues, theory, and methodology that comprise a framework for rational decision-making by financial managers. The objective of this course is to use examples, problems, and cases to develop analytical ability and to illustrate the practical application of financial theory and analysis. Topics include present value analysis, capital budgeting, pricing financial assets, firm financial structure and the cost of capital, mergers and acquisitions, and security underwriting.

University of Texas at Dallas

FIN6301: Financial Management (MBA Course) - Spring 2017

Financial Management (3 semester credit hours)
Develops the basic concepts of finance with particular attention to their application to the financial management of companies.

FIN7345: Topics in Empirical Corporate Finance (PhD Course) - Spring 2015

Topics in Empirical Corporate Finance (3 semester credit hours)
Study of the methods used to empirically test corporate finance theories and/or models.

FIN7345: Topics in Theoretical Corporate Finance (PhD Course) - Spring 2012

Topics in Theoretical Corporate Finance (3 semester credit hours)
Empirical and theoretical analysis of corporate financial decision-making. Topics include the theory of the firm, initial public offerings, ownership and control, managerial incentives, risk management, and financing and investment decisions.