Corporate Finance II
Building on the concepts covered in Corporate Finance I, this course provides a deeper understanding of the importance of value maximization in the finance world. Acquire the ability to assess decisions for their contribution to value maximization, setting the valuation of the firm as the overall goal. Topics include capital structure and the financing decision, the risks and costs of equity and debt, portfolio risk, hurdle rate determination, measurement of returns in projects and the investment decision, valuation of the firm, hybrid financing, and mergers and acquisitions.
You'll Walk Away with
- The ability to assess decisions for their contribution to value maximization
- The ability to develop and implement effective financial decisions
- Students with some knowledge of finance
- Students preparing for an MBA program