|Field of Study||Mathematics|
|Professor||Youngsoo Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Delivery Type||Online Track (100% online course): Pre-recorded|
This course introduces students to the basic concepts and their applications in financial management. Topics include: time value of money, valuation of stock and bonds, capital budgeting, capital asset pricing model, market efficiency, capital structure, and dividend policy.
This course is intended to analyze major financial decisions by corporations. We will discuss the operation and efficiency of financial markets and the financial decisions of firms.
Basic knowledge in Excel, statistics and introductory accounting are required.
Materials: Corporate Finance, 2019, 8th Canadian edition, by Ross, Westerfield, Jaffe and Roberts published by MaGraw-Hill Ryerson
Class 1: Ch 6 How to value bonds and stocks
Class 2: Ch 7 Net present value and other investment rules, part 1
Class 3: Ch 7 Net present value and other investment rules, part 2
Class 4: Ch 8 Net present value and capital budgeting
Class 5: Ch 9 Risk and return: The Capital Asset Pricing Model, part 1
Class 6: Ch 9 Risk and return: The Capital Asset Pricing Model, part 2
Class 7: Midterm exam
Class 8: Ch 13 Risk, return and capital budgeting
Class 9: Ch 14 Corporate financing decisions and efficient capital markets
Class 10: Ch 15 Long-term financing, An introduction
Class 11: Ch 20 Issuing equity capital to the public
Class 12: Ch 16 Capital structure: Basic concepts
Class 13: Ch 17 Capital structure: Limits to the use of debt
Class 14: Ch 23 Options and corporate finance: Basic concepts
Class 15: Final Exam
|Last Updated||April 16, 2021|