Courses and Faculty Overview
The Heilbrunn Center supports the following courses at the Columbia Business School:
- Advanced Investment Research
- Applied Security Analysis 1 and 2
- Applied Value Investing
- Credit Markets and Leveraged Buy-Outs
- Distressed Value Investing
- Economics of Strategic Behavior
- From Feast to Famine (And Back Again)
- Mental Models
- Misunderstood Securities: Investing in Uncertainty and Change
- Security Analysis
- Seminar in Value Investing
- Special Situations
Building on the original principles developed by Graham and Dodd, each of these courses teach value investing methodology and present real-world investing decisions.
Value investing electives are consistently among the most heavily enrolled and highly rated at the Columbia Business School.
Please note that course and faculty availability are subject to change. For more information about the program and application instructions, contact the Heilbrunn Center.
The Heilbrunn Center would like to give a special thanks to our adjunct faculty members who have generously supported the center (Fall 2012 - Spring 2013):
T. Charlie Quinn
The Value Investing Program is a rigorous academic program designed to give particularly committed second-year students at Columbia Business School the tools they need to succeed in investment management.
The courses include guest lectures by some of the most successful investors in the profession. For more information, visit the Value Investing Program page.
The Heilbrunn Center also supports executive education programs in both value investing and private wealth management.