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FINANCE 321: Investment Management and Entrepreneurial Finance

The Investments courses comprise an intensive overview of active fundamental investing in both the public and private equity markets. They are relevant for students interested in venture capital, growth equity, private equity, hedge funds, mutual funds, family offices and principal investors. Each of the 40+ sessions will feature an outstanding investor guest lecturer. Previous guests include Andreas Halvorsen (Viking Global), Jim Coulter (TPG), Hadley Mullen (TSG Consumer Partners), Ryan Cotton (Bain Capital), Bill Oberndorf (SPO Partners) and Tim Bliss (Investment Group of Santa Barbara), and this year's lineup will be substantially identical. Established and taught for 50 years by the legendary Professor Jack McDonald, the Investments courses will be taught by John Hurley and Stuart Klein in Autumn 2018.The Investments courses will have two sections of 50 students each: Section 1 will be enrolled in F319 and F321.1; Section 2 will be enrolled in F329 and F321.2. While the course names and course numbers for the two sections are different, in Autumn 2018 the course materials, guest speakers, instructors, assignments and grading criteria in both sections will be substantially identical. Students are required to take F319/329 and F321 concurrently for 6 total units during the Autumn Quarter. F321 is a 3-unit graded course that meets each day 3:30-5:50pm during Weeks 1 and 8 of the quarter. It addresses real-world applications of business analysis and valuation tools and teaches the skills necessary to evaluate investment opportunities. John Hurley, an alumnus of the course and founder of Cavalry Asset Management, has taught F321 with Professor McDonald since 2003. F319/F329 is a 3-unit course that meets Tu/Th 1:30-2:50 PM throughout the quarter. Students delve into specific topics in private equity, venture capital, hedge funds, mutual funds and principal investing. Stuart Klein, an alumnus of the course, co-founder of SuperMac Technology and an angel investor through his family office, has taught F319/329 with Professor McDonald since 1993. Students can elect to take F319/329 graded or pass/fail.The Investments courses will make use of original case studies and teaching notes authored by the late Professor Jack McDonald and a team of course alumni from prior MBA classes. Case discussions and lecture discussions will be led by the teaching team and investors/principals who were involved. The Investments courses enable MBA students to learn a broad investing skillset and study the careers of outstanding investors.
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