425 Capital Budgeting and Long Term Financing

Finance

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Pre-requisites: FIN 327

Requisite To: None

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Course Description

This course focuses on capital budgeting and long-term financing decisions. All major topics concerned with strategic investment decisions are covered in the course, including investment value measurements, cash flow analyses, risk assessments, and capital structure/financing analyses. The problems will provide the opportunity to apply concepts and methods.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
  • Explain the different types of valuation models and the assumptions behind them.
  • Use time value of money concepts to value the price of common equity and bonds.
  • Use capital budgeting methods (i.e. npv, irr, mirr, pbp, etc.) to solve financial problems.
  • Estimate the future free cash flows for the project/company and use capital budgeting methods to arrive with the appropriate financial decision.
  • Use the relevant data to calculate the weighted average cost of capital for the company/project.
  • Estimate the expected net present value and standard deviation for the project and make the appropriate financial decision.
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