This course presents theories and their applications to demonstrate the advanced implementation of corporate finance, including stock and bond valuations, financial forecasting, and capital structures.
Examine implications of the market responses to major financial strategies
Analyze stock and bond valuations
Study capital budgeting and working capital management
Review option pricing and the cost of capital and risk/return calculations
About this course:
This course demonstrates the advanced implementation of corporate finance through the presentation of theories and their applications. Students analyze stock and bond valuations, capital budgeting and working capital management, leasing, option pricing, risk/return, cost of capital, financial forecasting, capital structures, dividend policy, and investment banking. The implications of market responses to major financial strategies are also examined. Transferable for UC credit.
MGMT X 130A Applied Managerial Finance or consent of instructor.