FINA4242W: Corporate Investment Decisions

4 CreditsEnvironmentWriting Intensive

This case-based course provides the student with an opportunity to apply the concepts from previous finance coursework to a variety of decisions a firm would face when allocating capital to investment decisions. The focus is weighted toward combining the theory with the practice of valuation of investment opportunities through the use of group cases to give the student a sense of the strengths and weaknesses of such analysis. The course presents firm performance measurement metrics, APV & WACC based valuation, working capital management, making capital budgeting decisions, financial distress and capital structure, real options, and mergers and acquisitions. prereq: FINA 4121, 4321, 4422 or 5322, 4522, and CSOM major

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