BUS624 Managerial Finance

This course studies corporate managerial financial analysis and planning and focuses on capital budgets, capital structure, and the time valuation of money. Special topics covered include: mergers, acquisitions, takeovers, business failure and liquidations. Applied problem-solving based on actual real case studies are used to translate theories and techniques to practical application of analysis and solutions. This course focuses on the interpretation and use of financial information for problem solving, not on the production of financial statements and reports. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand how financial management and planning maximizes long term value and viability. Students will also be able to make basic financial decisions involving forecasting, budgeting and capital structure.

Prerequisite: None

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