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Finance (FIN) - Corporate Financial Management
FIN 5502      Corporate Financial Management
This course provides a rigorous, but concise distillation of the major tools and techniques of corporation finance. The three main topic areas covered during the course are the underlying principles of time value of money and stock, bond, and preferred stock valuation, techniques and procedures involved in the estimation of project cash flows and valuation, including net present value, the profitability index, the internal rate of return, the modified internal rate of return, and equivalent annual annuity, and procedures employed to calculate the required rate of return for capital project evaluation. Prerequisites: Accounting 5501
Faculty: Bloch School of Management
Department: Finance