I have posted here my schedule for the Spring 2013 semester. During office hours (see syllabus) I can be reached by phone at 303-556-3776. Our office fax number is 303-556-6173. I can most easily be reached by calling my home phone number, which is in your course syllabus. I can also be contacted via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org (please use this method for simple, non-emergency questions) and on Facebook.
|Class||Days and Times||Room|
|FIN 3850||T/Th 2:00 - 3:15||AD 215|
|FIN 3850||T 5:30 - 8:20||AD 215|
|FIN 4600||W 5:30 - 8:20||AD 215|
|FIN 4200||Th 5:30 - 8:20||AD 215|
|Classes Begin||Tuesday, 22 January 2013|
|Application for Graduation||Friday, 8 February 2013|
|Last Date for NC||Tuesday, 2 April 2013|
|Spring Break Begins||Monday, 25 March 2013|
|Final Exam Week Begins||Monday, 14 May 2013|
Check other important dates for this semester here.
The MSCD Student Handbook is now online. I strongly suggest that you read over the Academic and Campus Policies for Students (especially the academic dishonesty section, pages 109 to 111, because I take that very seriously).
If so, you will probably need a job. Right? Make sure to take advantage of the resources offered by MSCD Career Services. Especially useful is Metro State Joblink, where you can post your resume and search for positions.
Also, please take a look at the Wall Street Journal's Career How-To Guide. It has lots of articles about writing resumes, how to do well in interviews, and so on. You don't need to be a subscriber to read these articles.
Gradschools.com has a pretty good list of graduate schools around the world sorted by subject areas.
Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel - The home page for my book Excel book! The 6th edition is now (2012 copyright) now available.
Dr. Mayes' Excel Files - This page has a number of Excel files that I feel are generally useful (not just for a specific class).
Links to Financial Pages on the Web - Links to stock quotes, data sources, daily news, etc.
A Tax Cut Fable - I didn't write this, but it explains quite well what happens when taxes get cut (actually, we should be talking about tax rate cuts, but this will do).
Financial Books - This is a list of excellent books that you can read for more in-depth coverage of certain topics.
Calculator Tutorials - Want to learn to use your financial calculator? These tutorials cover the basics of financial calculations using all of the major financial calculators.
FIN 3300 Home Page - I am no longer teaching this class after many years. This link will remain available as a convenience for anybody who may need some of the resources there.
FIN 3600 Home Page - I am no longer teaching this class after many years. This link will remain available as a convenience for anybody who may need some of the resources there. Information about my FIN 3600: Investments course.
FIN 3850 Home Page - Information about my FIN 3850: Intermediate Corporate Finance course.
FIN 4600 Home Page - I am no longer teaching this class after many years. This link will remain available as a convenience for anybody who may need some of the resources there.
FIN 4200 Home Page - Information about my FIN 4200: Financial Models course.
Formula Pages in PDF format - Need a formula? Its either here, or should be.
Finance Department Home Page - Want to know more about majoring in finance? Contact a faculty member? Here is the page.