FIN 110 - Fundamentals of Corporate FinanceSemester Hours: 3
A study of the theoretical principles and analytical techniques used for the financial evaluation of capital budgeting, capital structure and dividend policy decisions under conditions of uncertainty. Evaluation of corporate acquisitions; financial statement analysis and overview of working capital management; and study of the international dimensions of corporate finance. Overview of the influence of the globalization process, legal and regulatory, political and social, and environmental forces on corporate finance decisions and practices. Discussion of the ethical perspectives of corporate financial decisions.
Sophomore class standing or above. FIN 101 , ECO 002 , ACCT 102 . Corequisite: BAN 122 .
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