Teaching

I pride myself for my commitment to teaching. I have experience teaching a wide spectrum of finance courses. I believe, asking the right questions is the building block of progress and development; and that SHOULD be the objective of teaching. Hence, my teaching philosophy is to promote critical thinking, as I believe it to be the true purpose of education. My reviews and evaluations reflect my success in classroom and rewarded me “Spears School of Business Teaching Award” in May 2013 (the right picture above).

At Oklahoma State University:

  • Principles of Finance (FIN3113): 5 sections with average student evaluation of 3.4/4
  • International  Finance (FIN4213): 3 sections with average student evaluation of 3.7/4
  • Financial Markets and Institutions (FIN4113): 3 sections with average student evaluation of 3.5/4

At Ohio University:

  • Financial Derivatives (FIN4440): 3 sections with average student evaluation of 4.5/5
  • International Finance (FIN4550): 3 sections with average student evaluation of 4.4/5
  • Financial Management/The Cluster (FIN2400): 2 sections with average student evaluation of 4/5
  • Financial Markets and Institutions (FIN3270): 4 sections with average student evaluation of 4/5

At Cal Poly:

  • Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (BUS342)
  • International Finance (BUS433)
  • Global Financial Markets and Institutions

At University of Texas Rio Grande Valley: