MGT 335 Corporate Finance

Objective and Overview

The goal of the course is to develop understanding of financial decision making, including investment decisions, financing decisions, and their interaction.  The course will expose you to the underlying framework of corporate finance including valuation, market efficiency, portfolio theory, agency costs, and information costs.  The couse will relate financial management to the structure of financial institutions in the U.S.  Finally, the couse will survey special topics including option pricing, mergers and acquisitions, hedging, and international finance.

Prerequisites

MGT 326 Financial Accounting
MATH 251 Probability

Who should take this course?

This course is required for all MSFE students.

Basis for Evaluation

The grade is based on two exams during the course, plus a final exam; a group project; and homework assignments.

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