Concentration in Value Investing
Value investing is the investment methodology developed by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, and pursued by investors such as Warren Buffett and the Gabelli School’s namesake, Mario Gabelli, GABELLI ’65. The secondary concentration in value investing was developed by James R. Kelly, lecturer in finance, and launched in 2013. It is well-suited to qualified students who wish to add specificity to their degree.
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Value Investing can be pursued by Gabelli students as a secondary concentration only.
|FNBU 4457||Introduction to Value Investing 1||3|
|FNBU 4458||Behavioral Finance||3|
|FNBU 4459||Advanced Topics in Value Investing 2||3|
Students who want to pursue this concentration should take Introduction to Value Investing (FNBU 4457), no later than the second semester of junior year. The prerequisite for the introductory course is FNBU 3221 Financial Management, with a corequisite of ACBU 3436 Global Financial Statement Analysis.