FIN 133 Money and Banking (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
The nature and significance of money in both a historical and contemporary sense. Emphasis on the commercial banking process and the Federal Reserve. Financial institutions other than commercial banks; international payment problems. CSU.
Offered Spring semesters
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: List and evaluate the structure of financial intermediation processes, markets, and participants/institutions.
- Outcome 2: Define the major market instruments (non-bank products) and outline their origination, function, and pricing structure.
- Outcome 3: Describe and assess the goals, tools, and processes of monetary policy.
- Outcome 4: Outline the history, goals, processes, and agencies of bank regulation and regulatory structure.
- Outcome 5: Describe real and nominal interest rates and their respective term structures and analyze their effects on savings, investment, and consumption scenarios.