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Page 1 of 5 FIN 3290: Business Finance Section: 13423 - 001, Fall 2009 Instructor: Ranjan D’Mello Class Date /Time: Monday, Wednesday 1.25 PM 2:50 PM Room: 134 State Hall Phone: (313) 577-7828 Fax: (313) 577-5486 Office Hours: Wednesday 11.00 AM 12.00 Noon and by appointment. e-mail : [email protected] Prereq: ECO 2010, ACC 3010, and ISM 2300 or former ISM 3300, or equiv. Objective This course is an introductory Finance course for new business students. The primary objective of this course is to learn and analyze the fundamental concepts and theories of finance and to provide a conceptual framework of financial management. We will study the important concept of time value of money and use it to value basic financial instruments. We will also examine different techniques needed to evaluate a firm’s capital budgeting decisions and estimate the cost of capital. Course Material Custom edition of Ross, Westerfield, Jordan, (RWJ) Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 8 th edition, McGraw-Hill Irwin Publishing, ISBN 978-0-390-17476-5. Texas Instruments BAII Plus “ Professional Financial Calculator is required. Demonstrations of how to use the calculator are a part of my classroom activities. In addition, Texas Instruments maintains a downloadable guidebook at: http://education.ti.com/guidebooks/financial/baiipluspro/BAIIPLUSPROGuidebo ok_EN.pdf . You may use a different financial calculator as long as the following keys are present: IRR, MIRR, n, I, PV, PMT, FV, and CF; However you will have to learn how to use it on your own. We will be using the calculator during the second meeting of class, so get one now, and always bring your calculator to class! SCANTRON 882-E (GREEN) FORMS: You will need at least five (5). These forms are available at the WSU Bookstore. Your Wayne State University e - mail account. Blackboard only uses WSU accounts. Course Evaluations
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Page 2 of 5 Your course grade will be determined by your performance in four quizzes, and a final cumulative exam. The final grade will be computed based on the following weights: Quizzes 60% (15% each quiz) Final Exam 40% Quiz Policies There will be five (5) quizzes in all.
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