About BUS 3810 A

Focuses on the valuation and analysis of fixed income securities and the management of fixed income investment portfolios. Prerequisites: BUS 2800 with a minimum grade of C; Business Administration major or minor, Master of Accountancy Graduate student; minimum Junior standing.


Prerequisites: BUS 2800; Business Admin. major or minor before enrolling; Master of Accountancy Graduate student; Grad students must get Graduate College permission; minimum Junior or graduate standing; Open to Degree and PACE students.

Section Description

This course will focus on the valuation and analysis of fixed income securities. We will begin the course with an overview of the various sectors of the bond market, including the types of securities traded and the risks involved in each sector. The main focus will be on price and yield analytics including bond pricing, measurement of return, and measurement of risk. We will also study the determinants and implications of the risk and term structures of interest rates. We will apply these concepts to the valuation of actual fixed income securities, including an in-depth credit analysis on a high yield bond. Finally, we will discuss principles and techniques of risk management for a portfolio of fixed income securities.

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