327 Intermediate Financial Management

Finance

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Pre-requisites: FIN 220

Requisite To: FIN 425 FIN 440 FIN 460 FIN 470 FIN 480 FIN 490

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Course Description

This course builds on the concepts covered in the principles of financial management course. It examines the basis of financial decisions made by companies, emphasizing the following: theories of asset valuation; the cost of capital; risk analysis; real options; capital structure; dividend policies; working capital management; derivatives; multinational financial management; mergers and acquisitions.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
  • Clo1. be able to analyze and solve financial problems.
  • Clo2. be able to use capital budgeting methods (i.e. npv, irr, mirr, pbp, etc.) to solve financial problems.
  • Clo3. be able to analyze project risk.
  • Clo4. understand real options and what they mean to the firm.
  • Clo5. understand a firm's optimal capital structure and dividend policy and how they affect firm value.
  • Clo6. have a basic understanding of multinational financial management.
  • Clo7. have a basic understanding of mergers and acquisitions.
  • Clo8. have a basic understanding of derivatives and their pricing.
  • Clo9. deliver an assessment of an existing firm using one or more the methods covered in class.
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