FIN 7210 Corporate Finance (3 units)
This course introduces students to the concepts and techniques in making business financial decisions. The course focuses on the following issues concerning corporate financial managers. These include the decision over the means of financing (Financing Decision), the selection of investment projects (Capital Budgeting), and the making of short-term financial decisions (Current Asset Management). Such knowledge should be helpful to students to explore into other Finance subject areas such as Investments, Personal Financial Planning, Banking, Real Estates, Insurance, Derivatives, International Finance, and Risk Management. Although the corporate perspective will be adopted throughout the course, it will become apparent that the theories, concepts, and techniques are applicable to personal and public financial decision-making. Upon completion of the course, students are expected to gain an appreciation of the role of the financial discipline in the overall economic decision-making process.
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