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Baruch’s Investment courses are designed to help you master the basics of personal investments and retirement planning. Courses are designed to move from a foundation in basic principles to increasingly complex topics with each successive course.  

The courses in this specialty will teach you how to read financial pages, analyze the risks
and rewards of different investment types and understand the strategies and techniques employed to assure sound investment practices under varying market conditions.

Baruch College, located in New York City - the financial capital of the world – is an undisputed leader in finance, investment and accounting. We remain on the cutting edge of these fields—for example, by adding instruction in forensic accounting, fraud, and ethics to our industry-driven curriculum.

Personal Investments I(click to view)
Here is an introductory course for individuals who would like to enhance their knowledge and experience in order to make better investment decisions. You will learn how to read financial pages and analyze the risks and rewards of investing.
Semester F14 - INV000101C - $599.00
Instructor: THEOBALD, JOHN (10 Sessions)
Days: WED
6:15 PM - 8:45 PM
9/17/2014 - 12/3/2014
Building: 17 LEXINGTON AV, Room: 1209
Course In Session

Wealth Management(click to view)
Designed to help individual investors understand and evaluate the wealth management landscape. Become educated on how to become a better consumer of financial products and services.
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