In my day job, I teach the Corporate Finance and Valuation classes in the MBA program at the Stern School of Business. These are semester-long classes that last 14 weeks and 26 sessions. The classes are webcast and you can download the lecture notes and other material for the class. I also teach shorter versions of these classes to the executive program. Some of these classes are also webcasts. Finally, I have the material for an investment philosophies class that I would like to teach one day but never have got around to doing. You can click on the class to get a richer menu of what is available under each class. I do teach seminars on a range of topics and you can find a listing of topics with more information by clicking here.
|Corporate Finance (Full Semester MBA class)||This class covers the basics of corporate finance from a big picture and value enhancing perspective. It is a 26-session full semester class for MBAs)|
|Corporate Finance (Shorter Executive version)||This is a six-session course on corporate finance that focuses on the big picture (based upon the second edition of applied corporate finance)|
|Financial Management (Full Semester Undergraduate Corporate Finance class)||This class is identical to the MBA Corporate Finance class but has two extra sessions (28 instead of 26).|
|Valuation (Equity Instruments and Markets)||This is a class about the valuation of businesses - publicly traded and private. It is a 26-session full semester class for MBAs)|
|Valuation (Short Executive version)||This is a four to six-session (2 day or 3 day) course on valuation.|
|Investment Philosophies||This is a class that I don't really teach at school but will one day.|