This course is designed for students that have completed BUS 690A International Finance. Topics will include estimating the exchange rate and related risk exposures, hedging tools and the hedging process.
Finance, accounting, and banking professionals are asked to contact Matt Leland in the College of Business (970 491-1917 or 800 491-4622 ext 1) to determine eligibility to enroll in this class without having the prerequisite(s) completed.
Call (800) 491-4622 ext. 4 or email MBAadvisor@business.colostate.edu for assistance.
This course can be applied towards:
Admission to a College of Business graduate program.
Active-duty military, spouses of active military personnel, veterans, employees of corporations with an arranged discount program, federal and state employees (CO state employees are not eligible) must contact the MBA Advisors to receive the tuition reduction code prior to registering for courses. Students must be admitted to the MBA Program to receive this discount. Reduction of tuition will be given only if you provide the appropriate code at the time of enrollment.
Textbook and Materials
Required course material and textbooks are posted on the Online MBA Portal approximately six weeks prior to the beginning of classes.
For questions regarding access to RamCT Blackboard contact MBA support at (800) 491-4522 x 5 or email@example.com
Sriram Villupurum, PhD
Sriram Villupuram is an Assistant Professor in the department of Finance and Real Estate at Colorado State University. Sriram earned his PhD in Finance and MSE in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University and BE in Mechanical Engineering from University of Madras, India.
Sriram’s research interests include urban economics, real estate price indices, REITs, mortgage loans, foreclosure laws and mutual funds. His research has been presented at the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Western Finance Association, Financial Management Association and the American Real Estate Society. Villupuram has created a residential real estate index for northern Colorado and has recently extended his analysis to all the counties of Colorado. During the summers 2009 and 2010, Villupuram received an honored invitation to be a visiting scholar at the Federal Bank of Chicago’s Banking Supervision and Regulation division, where he conducted research on mortgage loans from a regulation and policy perspective.