Applied Corporate Finance

This course examines the major issues in corporate finance and applied financial management in order to help students develop a better appreciation of how investment and financing decisions are integrated into the overall strategy of the organization. Topics include cash management models, business valuation, the capital budgeting process, leasing, the capital asset pricing model, the use of derivatives in corporate finance, the dividend decision, mergers and acquisitions. PREREQ: FNCE 3007 or COMM 2027 or COMM 2025. (Lec 3) cr 3. Students cannot retain credit for both COMM 4216 and FNCE 4006. Methods of teaching: lectures and case studies. Credits: 3.

FNCE-4006EL
Finance and Operations
3.00
UG