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Financial Simulation Presentations This interactive course summarizes the main results of the financial simulation exercises. The course refines the capabilities of students to make strategic decisions, execute complex plans and motivate individuals and teams. Project I exposes students to the major functional areas of their credit union and assists them in developing the skills to explain the strategic interaction between these areas for credit union operation. A Web interface for the. Money and Financial Institutions This course explores money creation and monetary policy.