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Syllabus-Adv Financial Management-AACSB 26Jan18.pdf

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UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA FAKULTAS EKONOMI & BISNIS PROGRAM STUDI MAKSI-PPAk. SYLLABUS ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ECMM802004 EVEN SEMESTER 2017/2018 No. Lecturers E-mail 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Subject Code ECAM 808301 Subject Title Advanced Financial Management Credit Value 3 Pre-requisite/ Co-requisite/ Exclusion Role and Purposes The aim of these course is that the students have the competence to implement a business valuation, to assess merger and acquisition process as an alternative growth strategy, to evaluate the financial strategy in the restructuring and reorganization process , to evaluate the management of treasury and working capital, to evaluate the use of derivative products, to evaluate risk management practices, to evaluate the funding strategy, and to evaluate the company's strategy of international finance. Subject Learning Outcomes Upon Completion of the subject : 1.1. ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Students demonstrate an understanding of the ethical and social responsibility and their impact on decision making process a. Students are able to explain, analyze, and apply Ethical Principle (TLA 1.1.1) b. Students are able to explain and analyze commitments to public interest (TLA 1.1.2) 2.1. GLOBAL AWARENESS : Students demonstrate an understanding in global perspectives in accounting and their impact on decision making process a. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of contemporary global issues in accounting (TLA 2.1.1)
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b. Students are able to recommend alternative solutions to global issues in accounting (TLA 2.1.2) 3.1 ORAL COMMUNICATION : Students are able to communicate clearly and concisely in presentation and discussion a. Students are able to clearly deliver content with logical structure (TLA 3.1.1) b. Students are able to use body language, eye contact, and voice tone at appropriate pace (TLA 3.1.2) c. Students are able to use visual aids or technology (TLA 3.13) 4.1. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION : Students are able to communicate clearly and concisely in writing business/academic report a. Students are able to express ideas logically and deliver content accurately (TLA 4.1.1) b. Students are able to use clear and precise language (TLA 4.1.2) c. Students are able to compose a formal business/academic writing (TLA 4.1.3) 5.1. CRITICAL THINKING : Students are able to provide recommendations to solve accounting problem a. Students are able to identify problems (TLA 5.1.1) b. Students are able to analyze problems (TLA 5.1.2) c. Students are able to justify an argument or solution with supporting evidence/ relevant references (TLA 5.1.3) d. Students are able to recommend alternative solutions to accounting problems in organization (TLA 5.1.4) 6.3 KNOWLEDGE IN APPLIED ACCOUNTING : Students are able to analyze Finance andFinancial Management issues and its impact on decision making process from multiple perspectives 1. Evaluate various capital budgeting techniques applied in capital investment decision (TLA-ASM) 2. Evaluate the various sources of financing available to an organization, including
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