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Global Capital Markets

  • Taught by leading industry experts
  • Delves deep into the global economy
  • Explores both basic and advanced topics

Global capital markets courses are designed to build expertise in global financial markets, including a comprehensive understanding of debt, equity, and other instruments, as well as the institutional and regulatory framework of today’s marketplace. These courses focus on the evolving landscape of capital markets through an economic, political, social, and technological lens. They provide an overview of banking products and services offered to global corporations and discuss the basic concepts of multinational finance management and the impact of foreign exchange on cash flow.

This Summer, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.

Financial Decision-Making in the Global Economy

Acquire a foundation in current economic thought and macroeconomic principles, and learn about financial decision-making in the global economy.

2021 Summer
1 section

Global Markets and Foreign Exchange

Topics covered in this course include global economies, trade, capital markets, foreign exchange, international money markets, and FX transactions.

2021 Summer
1 section

Debt and Equity Markets

Gain an introduction to US financial markets, which will provide you with the foundation needed for the study of finance.

2021 Spring
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Country Risk: Geopolitics, Policy, and Regulation

Gain an understanding of the drivers and costs associated with specific risks in the context of energy markets and project finance.

2021 Summer
1 section

International Political Economy

Gain a better understanding of the state of the world economy and the opportunities and challenges posed by international economic interdependence.

2021 Spring
1 section

Derivatives

Gain an overview of the derivatives markets and an introduction to the four basic types of derivatives.

2021 Spring
1 section

Cleantech, Renewables, and Alternative Energy Finance

Explore the models, financing vehicles, and investment opportunities for alternative energy sources.

2021 Spring
1 section

Ethics and Governance

The course will offer a broad discussion of corporate boardroom considerations, ethics in the workplace, and the issue of corporate sustainability.

2021 Spring
1 section

Fixed-Income Securities

Acquire an introduction to domestic and international debt markets, including treasuries and agencies, municipals, and asset-backed securities.