Econ_371__Sec002__Course_Outline

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University of Waterloo Dept. of Economics Econ 371: Business Finance I Fall 2011, Sec 002 Usman Hannan, Barrister and Solicitor (Expected June 2012), Lecturer JD (Osgoode Hall, York), MA Economics (Waterloo), Honors BA High Distinction (Toronto) 1 Course Objective 1) Applying the Micro and macro economic theory in practical business finance context. 2) Acquiring a strong grasp of fundamental financial issues of modern business organizations. 3) Start thinking like an entrepreneur who is financially savvy. 4) Developing research, writing and critical thinking skills on general topics of modern business finance. Learning Plan Required Textbook: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 4 th Canadian Edition by Brealey et al. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Lecture Topic Assignments (Unmarked) Wednesday, Sep 14 Going over the Course Outline. Ch 1: The Firm and the Financial Manager Ch 2: Financial Markets and Institutions Ch 1: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-20 ( I will provide you with solutions) Ch 2: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-20 (I will provide you with solutions) Wednesday, Sep 21 Remaining of Ch 2: Financial Markets and Institutions Ch3: Accounting and Finance Ch 4: The Time Value of Money One Student Presentation (if any) Ch 3: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-20 (I will provide you with solutions) Wednesday, Sep 28 Remaining of Ch 4: The Time Value of Money Two Student Presentations (if any) ***Term Test I Coverage Ends*** Ch 4: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-40 (I will provide you with solutions) Exclude Problems with EXCEL. ***Term Test I Coverage Ends**
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University of Waterloo Dept. of Economics Econ 371: Business Finance I Fall 2011, Sec 002 Usman Hannan, Barrister and Solicitor (Expected June 2012), Lecturer JD (Osgoode Hall, York), MA Economics (Waterloo), Honors BA High Distinction (Toronto) 2 Wednesday, Oct 05 ^^^Term Test II Coverage Begins^^^ Ch 6: Valuing Stocks One Student Presentation (if any) Lecture ends at 8:20 PM Term test I: 8:40 PM to 9:40 PM (in class) ^^^Term Test II Coverage Begins^^^ Ch 6: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-44 (I will provide you with solutions) Exclude Problems with EXCEL. Wednesday, Oct 12 I will start taking attendance from this day onwards. Remaining of Ch 6: Valuing Stocks Ch 7: Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria One student presentation (if any) Ch 7: All ‘Check Point’ Questions. Questions and Problems: From 1-39 (I will provide you with solutions) Exclude Problems with EXCEL. Wednesday, Oct 19 Remaining of Ch 7: Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria Ch 10: Introduction to Risk, Return and the Opportunity Cost of Capital One student presentation (if any) Ch 10: All ‘Check Point’ Questions.
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