Syllabus_Financial_Mgmt_Bus_420_Fall_2010 - .420Fall,2010...

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Financial Management-Bus. 420-Fall, 2010 Instructor : Melissa Hart, CPA Office :  Nelson Hall-Room 2343 Class Sections:  MWF 10:15-11:05; Room 1150   MWF 11:20-12:10; Room 2402 Office Hours :   M, W 9:30-10:00 and by mutual appointment  E-mail : [email protected]  (best method to reach me) Course Site:   All announcements, notes, and homework problems will be  posted by section. (login required) On-line learning: Note: The access to these materials continues to change.  Here are the most up-to date options.  Access  the site above, type “brigham” in the top, click on image of book, click to right: “Student: Access free  companion content”.  Click on green “access now button” in middle of page.  Use drop down menu to  select a chapter. Course Description Advanced  theory and practice of corporate financial management. Techniques for evaluating alternative  investment, financing, capital structure, and dividend policy decisions. International  aspects of corporate  financial management. Use of personal computers in applying financial management theory to common  financial problems. Course Objectives Note: This course is designed to utilize the skills that you learned in Bus. 320 to further analyze problems  that financial managers face on a daily basis.  This course will incorporate some review concepts from  accounting, finance and economics to ensure that each student has the requisite knowledge to advance  to an intermediate level.  That said, the review material will be provided with the expectation that students  who need the review will work on the concepts on their own.   My objectives for the course are:
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1. To further your understanding of the world of finance.   2. To introduce you to intermediate financial concepts such as risk and return, cost of  capital methods, and decision making tools to solve financial problems.   3. To provide solid understanding of the intermediate areas of finance to be utilized in  subsequent finance courses and in a business setting. 4. Finally, to teach the material in this course from a real world perspective in a way that  makes sense to you. (to be brought to class daily) 1. Brigham, Daves, “Intermediate Financial Management”, 10 th  Edition, 2010, Southwestern, Cengage  Learning, ISBN 978-0-324-59471-3  NOTE: You have an option of obtaining the book in print form  (hardback book) or…. . o
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