Corporate Finance

— BUSI 382 (3)

Builds on the material in BUSI 3813. Students learn how firms assess risk when making investment decisions. Students also examine how firms decide to finance projects they assess as being worthwhile. This decision involves capital structure, dividend policy, financial instruments, risk-return trade-offs, financial planning, and the cost of capital. In addition, students are introduced to derivatives and their uses in investments, risk-management, and capital structure. Prerequisite: BUSI 381. Not currently offered.
Course Code: BUSI 382 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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