Private Equity

ECON 333

Introduces students to the process of private equity investments, including evaluating potential investments, deal structure and financing, and key drivers of value. Students will learn about a range of private investment styles, from early stage to mature investments, with a focus on acquisitions of existing mid-market firms for value enhancement utilizing various strategies. The course will include both in-class discussions and lectures from visiting speakers from the private equity world. Prerequisite: Economics 205D or 372. Instructor: Forlines

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Economics 205D or 372

Curriculum Codes
  • SS
Typically Offered
Spring Only