CLARION UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Financial Management FIN 37002 & 03 & FIN 50001 Spring 2011
Instructor: Matthew Brigida Office: Still Hall 318 Office Hours: Monday 11:3012:30, Tuesday 3:30 5:30pm , Wednesday 10:3012:30 and by appointment Office Phone: 814.393.2603 Email: email@example.com Class Location FIN 37002 and FIN 50001: Still 107 FIN 37003: Still 107 Class Days and Time FIN 37002 and FIN 50001: MW 2:003:15pm FIN 37003: MW 3:304:45pm
Text: Foundations of Financial Management by Block, Hirt, and Danielsen, 13th edition. Description: An introductory survey to the fundamental principles of corporate financial management. Normative analyses of investment and financing decisions of a corporation are provided. In addition, issues concerning the management of working capital and financial planning are addressed. The learning outcomes for this course are summarized below: 1) Interpret and apply financial ratio and common size analyses to financial statements and other financial disclosures to evaluate the financial health and performance of a company. 2) Facilitate financial decisionmaking by applying financial math and valuation principles to value securities, capital projects, and other assets. 3) Identify and assess the risk associated with a financial or capital asset and estimate the cost of capital for financial decisionmaking purposes. 4) Apply the net present value, internal rate of return, and modified internal rate of return techniques to make project selection decisions in a capital budgeting context, and perform sensitivity analysis in capital project decisionmaking. BSBA Learning Goals and Objectives:
Goal or Objective Goal 1.0: Demonstrate Business Disciplinary Competence Goal 3.0 (Objectives 3.1 and 3.2): Communicate Effectively Orally and in Written Form
Assessed by The exams and homeworks will evaluate a core area of...
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