Who is this class for: While each course in this Specialization can be viewed as self-contained, starting with fundamentals, some background in business and finance and familiarity with basic statistical concepts is recommended. This Specialization provides a rigorous foundation in investment management with an emphasis on the latest thinking in asset management. It is most appropriate for working professionals interested in asset management in their careers, or for individuals either preparing for advanced degrees in finance and economics, or looking to acquire the knowledge and tools in order to establish a portfolio that fits their needs and goals and improve their personal investment performance.


Created by:   Rice University

  • Arzu Ozoguz

    Taught by:    Arzu Ozoguz, Finance Faculty

    Jones Graduate School of Business
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 114 ratings

I reinforced my basic knowledge in financial markets and financial math

Very well conducted course that helped me answer a lot of my own questions. Like why do bond prices fall when yield increases. Or what do they mean by having a long call position.

Would recommend this course to anyone seriously interested in understanding how the components of a modern portfolio works. Thank you! for this course.

A really nice introduction to financial markets and its instruments.

Good introductory course! It gives an overview of the global financial market-as the course name suggests. The math problems are a bit hard though. Improvement can be made for the pop up quiz during the lecture--it suddenly cut the lecture; thus disrupting my concentration. It think it needs to be properly placed during the lecture so as to help in reviewing the lesson, not disrupt the student's focus.