Course Information: Managerial Finance  (50704)

This is a corporate finance course that introduces students to theories and techniques for managing capital sources and uses within the framework of shareholder wealth maximization. Emphasis is placed on understanding and critiquing financial decision-making. Topics include time value of money, financial statement analysis, cash flow determination, capital budgeting techniques, project analysis, stock and bond valuation, risk and return, cost of capital, capital structure, and options. All managers are required to possess a basic understanding of finance and financial management. This course is designed as an introduction to finance via conceptual thinking, basic financial analysis, financial calculations, and capital markets. Projects and current events are used throughout the course to provide students with hands on experience in the use and application of financial tools. This course should provide students with basic financial and math skills and an excellent introduction to financial management concepts. Enrollment requires permission of the Director of Graduate Programs in Business. Prerequisite: MBAP 5994

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Pre-Requisite:   (( MBAP 5994 with minimum grade: C ))
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