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|BADM 701 - Infrastructure Finance|
This course will provide an overview of how infrastructure is financed in the United States. The course shall identify the various types of infrastructure that require funding including roads, bridges, airports, low income housing, hospitals, learning institutions, water and sewer systems, sports stadiums and what is required to fund each type. The structure of how such projects get funded will be examined through the municipal bond underwriting process, the participants involved in the process, the capital markets in which the issue is brought forward and how municipal credit is determined. The course is designed to satisfy the interest of students who wish to pursue careers in finance and banking, consulting, project finance, sports management, public management, healthcare, educational administration and not for profit management.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: MN or MC Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Business Administration Department