BUSN 7216X Managerial Finance

30 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Drawing upon current managerial finance theory and practice, this course develops students' ability to apply the techniques of financial analysis and financial modeling to make business decisions from the perspective of a chief financial officer. Topics covered include: agency theory, managerial finance functions, financial statements analysis, cash flow management, financial planning and control, financial institutions and markets, time value of money, interest rates, financial assets valuation, risk analysis, capital budgeting, choice of capital structure, dividend policy, working capital management, and long-term financing.

Prerequisite: One undergraduate course in accounting and one undergraduate course in corporate finance or equivalent.


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