Course Information

FRE6273 Valuations & Corporate Finance

Credits: 3.00

This course provides students with corporate finance theory and analytical skills essential to financial decision-making. It helps students develop a framework that is useful for understanding a broad range of major corporate financial policies and equips students with tools and techniques useful for evaluationg firms and assessing a business' investment and financial policies. Topics will include: discount cash flow models, financial statement analysis, valuations, capital budgeting analysis, capital structure, cost of capital, dividend policies, initial public offerings, and corporate governance.

Prerequisites: FRE 6103 and FRE 6003