Fin 351 Syllabus - Syllabus Fin 351 Financial Management...

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Syllabus: Fin 351: Financial Management – Summer 2010 Instructor: Mr. George Li Office: BUS 315 Office hours: 17:15 to 18:15 MW at BUS 315 E-mail: [email protected] Web: http://online.sfsu.edu/~li123456 Class time and location: MW 13:15 to 17:15, BUS 217 Course Overview This is a second course in financial management. Students learn tools and concepts about how to make financial decisions such as capital budgeting and financing. Topics include valuation of financial and real assets, risk and returns, capital budgeting and capital structure. Prerequisite Students are required to take BUS 350 with a grade of at least C- before taking this course. It is the business school’s policy that all the students taking this course must satisfy this prerequisite requirement. If you didn’t take these prerequisite courses, please drop the course as soon as possible so that the qualified students on the waiting list can enroll in this course. Required text Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 6 th Edition, by Richard A. Brealy, Stewart C. Myers and Alan J. Marcus, published by Irwin McGraw-Hill, 2009. Reading You are expected to do the assigned readings: book chapters and minicases. Some topics that are very important (NPV) are covered in great detail. In these cases, the readings serve to reinforce what is covered in class. However, time does not allow all topics to be
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