MSF 6421: Computing for Finance: Excel/VBA I & II

2 Credits

This course first introduces students to specific software (e.g., Excel VBA, ModelRisk Monte Carlo simulator) and databases (e.g., Bloomberg, Factset, CRSP, Compustat) that will be used throughout the MS program. It then focuses on the use of Excel for many topics in finance, including modern portfolio theory, optimal portfolio analysis and binomial option pricing. This course often takes the material being learned in the \"Fundamentals of Finance\" course to motivate specific examples.

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    Effort
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