Bachelor of Science in Management
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FIN 312 Financial Management
Professor: Dr. 唐律
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Instructor Availability: You will be able to speak with the instructor before and following each class session. Appointments for additional meeting times may be made following each class session.
Course Credits: 3 credits
Course Prerequisites: Accounting 102, macro and micro-economics, math and statistics.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an examination of the topics of traditional financial management, with an emphasis on working capital management, short term financing, leverage, capital structure, and discounted cash flow techniques.
TEXTBOOK: Financial Management: Principles and Applications, 11th edition. By Titman, Keown and Martin, Pearson and Tsinghua University Press. ISBN: 9787302342076
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FIN 312 Financial Management
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
By the end of the course students will:
1. Identify the goals of financial management.
2. Describe the relation of the financial markets to the economy and financial management. 3. Understand TVM (time value of money) concepts and calculations 4. Construct and interpret the tools of financial analysis including financial ratios, pro forma financial statements, and cash budgets. 5. Understand how financial instruments (stocks and bonds) are priced in financial markets. 6. Explain the concepts of risk, return and time value of money, including the application of these concepts to securities, portfolios and capital budgets. 7. Describe, calculate and interpret the rate of return on different types of securities issued by corporations. 8. Describe techniques used to forecast financial statements. 9. Explain and calculate the cost of capital for corporations and explain its relationship to the capital structure
10. Describe and compare the sources of funds which a corporation might use to finance its operations.
The following are the requirements for this course:
Class Participation (5% for attendance and 5% for class participation) 10%
* Presentation and Essay
** Final Term Project – Comprehensive Course Project
*See Appendix B for the Essays Guidelines and Grading Rubrics **See Appendix C for the Final Term Project and for the grading rubrics that will indicate how this assignment will be graded. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING COURSE OUTLINE IS A TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS NECESSARY AND/OR DESIRABLE. STUDENTS WILL BE NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE OF ANY CHANGE THAT REQUIRES PREPARATION.
Students are required to read the respective reading materials before attending class; in order to be prepared for class discussions. Course assignments will consist of text and lecture ppt., reading, class participation, essays, group project and research assignments. Further, each corresponding textbook chapter (s), and lecture ppt. (provided by the instructor), must be read before they are covered in class. Additionally, a number of essays will be...
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