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Unformatted text preview: Sneden Graduate School Financial Management Syllabus Part II FINC620 Financial Management Credit Hours : 3 Pre-requisites : FINC510 Type of Course : Core Instructors contact information : Name: Office Location: E-mail: CLASS SCHEDULE Please refer to the course calendar for course start and end dates and assignment due dates. To locate the course calendar from the course homepage: Syllabus >>> Course and Assignment Calendar Financial Management Course Description This course focuses on the application of financial theory and concepts for management decision making with emphasis on the practical aspects of finance. Students learn how to analyze a companys financial information and practice financial planning. Students evaluate the capital investment process, the corporate restructuring process, as well as bankruptcy analysis. In addition, students explore the financial decision-making process relating to working capital management and international finance. Prerequisite: FINC 510 Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1 1. Evaluate corporate restructuring, expansion through mergers and acquisitions, distress restructuring, and bankruptcy prediction models in relation to financial planning. 2. Analyze the financial flows of a company and forecast the consequences of various decisions and alternatives. 3. Examine the process of managing working capital by exploring the relationships between short term assets and liabilities, as well as the cash and operating cycles. 4. Evaluate a company for the purpose of investment, acquisition, or as a management performance measure using techniques such as ratio analysis. 5. Assess the capital investment process, including cost of capital calculation, project cash flow estimation, and decision rules. 6. Apply the concepts of international finance and the effect of exchange rate risk on global financial management. Required Textbooks and Additional Materials : 978-1-4390-7808-2 Corporate Finance Ehrhardt, Michael C. / Brigham, Eugene F. 4th edition/2010 South-Western Publishing Co. Textbook and Technology Policy It is the responsibility of students to be prepared for class which means they should have all required course materials and texts at the start of class as well as reliable access to required technology tools and the internet for the duration of the course. In extreme situations, where there is delay in the shipping or procurement of materials, faculty will make reasonable accommodations during the first week of class only. (See course syllabus for details.) All students must have textbooks by Week 1 Day 7. No exceptions and no accommodations will be made by faculty after this date. The only exception to this policy is the backorder of texts from the University supplier MBS as notified directly from MBS to Davenport University....
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Ill. Chicago.
- Spring '11