syllabusFINA3313-003 Fall2019.doc - FINA 3313-003 Business Finance Fall 2019 TR 9:30-10:50 AM COBA 245W Instructor Thomas H Thompson Ph.D CFP Office

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FINA 3313-003 Business Finance Fall 2019 TR 9:30-10:50 AM, COBA 245W Instructor: Thomas H. Thompson, Ph.D., CFP Office: Room COBA 626 Office Hours: TR 11:00-11:30a.m., TR 4:30-5:30 p.m., and by appointment Phone: (817)-272-3705 Mailbox Department of Finance and Real Estate Room COBA 434 Email: [email protected] Faculty Profile: Course Prerequisites: ECON 2306, ACCT 2302, MATH 1316 and 60 credit hours. Coming into this course students are expected to: (1) Use and understand algebra, (2) Solve word problems, (3) Understand the interaction between supply and demand in determining market prices, (4) Have basic knowledge of accounting relationships and financial statements, and (5) Understand time value of money concepts. Course Description and Objectives Emphasizes the financing and investment decisions of the financial manager. Topics include financial markets, asset valuation, capital budgeting, short and long-term financing, and capital structure. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to 1. Describe the financial environment of the firm 2. Define and apply the concept of value maximization as a managerial goal 3. Describe the determinants of interest rates and required returns 4. Describe, apply, and evaluate risk and return relationships 5. Apply time value of money concepts to personal and corporate financial decisions 6. Critically evaluate and make recommendations for various business scenarios including a. Investment Decisions b. Financing Decisions c. Payout Decisions How to do well in FINA 3313: Read all assigned chapters, come to each class wide awake, do all outside assignments in a timely fashion, and study (including readings and assignments) two hours out of class for each hour in class. Ask questions. The only dumb question is the one you do not ask (others may be too timid to ask your question). Expectations for Class Students enrolled in this course should expect to spend at least 20 hours per module in course- related activities, including attending lectures, watching the other informational videos, reading required materials, completing homework assignments, preparing for exams, etc. Course Structure and Delivery This course is accessible via Canvas @ Please visit the class welcome page on Canvas for an overview of the class and tips for navigating the website. The course is delivered via in-class lectures and online resources. The class features a mix of graded and non-graded assignments. In general, the graded assignments assess mastery of the course objectives and the non-graded assignments support mastery. See Assignment Descriptions below for more information. 1
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Required Resources: This class requires the following resources . I. R e quir e d T e x t : Principles of Managerial Finance, Brief, Zutter and Smart, 8 th Edition and MyFinanceLab, Pearson, 2019. This is a loose-leaf value edition. MyFinanceLab is an online homework management system. Note: an e-text version is available from Pearson.
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