FLiP Trip: Study finance in Greece

March 9, 2015 by Staff, NMSU Hotline


Our apologies to those who were looking forward to the trip, and many thanks to those who tried so hard to make it happen.

Information Session: March 11 (Wednesday), 4:30-5:30pm, Business Complex Room 204.
Pizza and refreshments will be provided by the Office of Education Abroad.

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Application Deadline: May 1, 2015
FLiP Trip flyer: Study finance in Greece
Dates: June 7-July 3, 2015
Location: Paros Island, Greece

For the first time at NMSU, faculty from the College of Business will teach FIN 341 and FIN 360 on stunning Paros Island, Greece.


Dr. Hari Sankaran: FIN 341 Financial Management. Introductory finance course provides an exposure to stock markets, debt markets, and investment in real assets. These topics will be useful for financial managers and investors in equity and fixed income markets and are of great interest in Greece in today’s economic environment.


Dr. Kenneth Martin: FIN 360 Financial Information Technology. Learn how to build spreadsheets to solve financial problems and illustrate relationships between financial and economic variables. Recommended that students have a laptop that can run Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Excel 2013.

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Cylcadic Art and Culture: An intense, fun-filled 2-week encounter with Paros and selected neighboring islands that unlocks the secret authenticity of Cycladic rural life. Journey along infrequently travelled Byzantine trails to remote villages and mountain farms, as well as ancient caves and marble quarries, historic monasteries and ruins. Earn 9 credits in 4 weeks, plus have one of your Viewing the Wider World courses waived.

For more information or questions, contact Kristian Chervenock at ktcherve@nmsu.edu or Angel Palumbo at apalumbo@nmsu.edu. NMSU’s Office of Education Abroad provides in-depth preparation information for FLiP trips and traveling abroad.

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