Special Topics Courses
Fall Semester 2020
ENGL 399 - Special Topics in Drama (3 credits)
A study of the known and established literature of a field, or other evidence, for purposes of scholarly development. The focus for this special topics course is late 19th through early 21st century drama, including analysis of dramatic texts as literature and play-to-film adaptation. Prereq: ENGL 120.
FIN 499- Advanced Investment Analysis (3 credits)
This course is designed to give an intimate look into what life is like as a professional analyst/associate within the finance field, including investment banking, private equity, commercial banking, real estate and others. The course will provide a foundation for Excel modeling, an introduction to various valuation methodologies utilized by practitioners, an introduction to business and industry analysis, an overview of how to effectively write an investment memorandum as well as how to prepare for interviews. The idea is to mimic the life of an analyst, with classes supported by visits and presentations from industry speakers. Prereq: FIN 320. Co-req: FIN 410.
LIB 299- Research in History (1 credit)
Development of core research skills for historical study including locating, utilizing and evaluating resources, including archival materials.