Corporate Finance

The aim of the Corporate Finance course is to immerse students in the world of finance, including theories, modeling, valuation, and risk, and tie it to corporate management and decision making. During the course, students are placed in the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and they will apply the knowledge they learn in real-time, given a variety of business scenarios.

 

As CFOs, students will learn and use valuation techniques, evaluate portfolios, conduct financial modeling, and apply various risk management techniques. Additionally, students will learn how to apply time value of money principles, review capital budgeting frameworks, as well as how to analyze financing options in order to make sound financial decisions.

3 Semester Credit Hours

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