Corporate Financial Management develops the art and science of optimal strategic decision-making by applying corporate financial theory to cases of financial policy, financial instruments, and valuation. In particular, the following topics are studied: cost of capital and capital budgeting, discounted cash flow valuation and financial multiples, payout policy, equity and debt financing, option pricing theory and applications, corporate control, and recapitalizations. The classes are structured to maximize the synergy between theory and practice, providing students with portable, durable, and marketable tools for their internships and careers. *Disclaimer: This class is the same as Advanced Corporate Finance.
Division: Finance

Prerequisite

Complete ANY of the following Courses

Corequisite

Must be enrolled in the following Courses

Fall 2024


B8307 - 001

Summer 2024


B8307 - 001

Spring 2024


B8307 - 001


B8307 - 002

Fall 2023


B8307 - 001


B8307 - 002

Summer 2023


B8307 - 001

Spring 2023


B8307 - 001


B8307 - 002