Corporate Finance I
Gain an understanding of the intricacies of how corporations finance themselves. This introduction to corporate finance emphasizes the use of equity and debt in the financial structure of a corporation. Topics include the time value of money, financial statements, operating and financial leverage, discounted cash flow, dividend policy, stock buybacks, business failures, stock valuation, return on invested capital, and economic value added.
You'll Walk Away with
- An understanding of the intricacies of how corporations finance themselves
- The ability to apply the principal techniques for the evaluation of both debt and equity instruments
- Students with little to no knowledge of finance
- Students preparing for an MBA program