FIN 606 - Fundamentals of International Finance

  • 1 credit

This course presents the economic and institutional backdrop that underlies currency markets and international trade. Topics covered include financial globalization, balance of payment accounting, international monetary systems, and exchange rate behavior and determination.

Completion of BUS 635 Business Economics for the World Market is recommend by the instructor before enrolling in FIN 606.


BUS 601 (Quantitative Business Analysis).

Important Information

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Textbook and Materials

A list of required textbooks is posted on the MBA Resource Guide approximately 4 weeks prior to the start of the term. See


Susan Hine, PhD

Susan Hine is on the faculty in the Department of Finance and Real Estate at Colorado State University where she primarily teaches debt securities, financial markets, advanced portfolio management classes, and International Finance. She has a Ph.D. in Economics from Colorado State University. She serves on the Investment Committee for the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and has served on numerous other boards in the state as well as serving as vice president of financial services for a large Colorado bank holding company for a number of years. Additionally she has hands-on experience with running a business, having managed two agribusinesses during her career.