Corporate Finance –

fin320

(3 credits)

This course introduces students to the principles and practices of finance applied in the business environment. The course provides a survey of the important aspects of financial management, practice, and policy faced by industry executives and practitioners providing consultative services. Provision of financial services is a common adjunct to public accounting practices, accounting executives, and accountants.
This undergraduate-level course is weeks. This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Overview of Finance and Financial Performance

  • Identify the financial management objectives of an organization.
  • Explain ethical considerations in financial reporting.
  • Prepare ratio analyses from financial statements.
  • Evaluate the financial performance of an organization.

Working Capital Management

  • Explain the importance of working capital management.
  • Make financial decisions using working capital concepts.

Time Value of Money (TVM) and Capital Structure

  • Calculate an organization's degree of operating and financial leverage.
  • Determine an organization's optimal capital structure.
  • Calculate the cost of various debt and equity instruments.
  • Apply TVM techniques to financial decision making.

Financial Markets

  • Describe the tools used to manage risk in international finance.
  • Analyze the role of financial intermediaries within the domestic financial system.

Capital Budgeting Techniques

  • Make capital investment decisions using capital budgeting techniques.

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