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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Business

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Finance

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

FSC

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

HRI

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Management

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Management Information Systems

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Marketing

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Graduate Course Details
Number FIN 800
Title Financial Decision Making and Value Creation
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites matriculation into the MBA program; completion of all foundation courses or permission of Program Coordinator

Description

This course focuses on the application of financial theories in corporate decision making, building upon and expanding concepts introduced in Foundations of Finance (FIN720). Topics include valuation models with uncertainty, cash flow forecasting, modern portfolio theory, asset pricing models, capital structure, cost of capital, working capital management and introduction to option pricing models. Spreadsheet software and cases will be used.