|Part-Time Faculty - Economics and Finance|
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Position: Instructor for Economics and Finance
The School of Graduate & Professional Studies at Manhattanville College, Purchase NY, seeks adjunct professors to teach the following courses in the graduate business program. Courses meet on six weekends per semester.
MFIN 5100 - Corporate Finance Policy, Structure and Strategy
The course applies financial theories, techniques and models to the study of corporate financial decisions. Aspects of corporate policy and strategy, industry structure and the process for measuring and managing the value of companies are also addressed. Students are required to study an actual firm from the perspective of concepts and models developed in the course and present the study to the class.
MFIN 5102 - Managerial Economics
This course covers the broad principles of economics that underlie and affect all business decisions, such as introducing a new product or service, diversifying, pricing products, segmenting customers, and addressing regulatory issues. Emphasis will be placed on evaluating market environments and the interaction among firms, and on how decisions affect the profitability of the company.
MFIN 5206 - Management of Financial Institutions
This course examines the management problems of financial institutions, with emphasis on banking institutions. Continuous change in the financial services industry is driven by various international dimensions of increasing competition, advances in information technology, evolution of the security and derivatives markets, and changes in private and government regulation. How banks and other financial institutions are organized to meet continuous change and what management and financial officers must do to generate success for their firms and for themselves will be discussed.
Qualifications: Must have minimum of a master's degree in business and significant relevant corporate experience.