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Business Administration: Managerial Finance

BSAD 180 Z1 (CRN: 60060)

3 Credit Hours

About BSAD 180 Z1

The financial function in the corporation. Techniques for evaluating current use of resources and proposed resource acquisitions or dispositions. Credit cannot be received for CDAE 167 after completion of BSAD 180. Prerequisites: BSAD 060, EC 011, EC 012, STAT 141; MATH 020 or MATH 021; Minimum Sophomore standing; Business Administration major or minor. for CDAE 167 after completion of BSAD 180.

Instructor

Kevin Chiang ()

Notes

Dates: June 20 - July 15, 2016 Prereqs: BSAD 60, MATH 020 or 021, EC 11, EC 12, STAT 141; No Credit for CDAE 167 after completion of BSAD 180; Required course specific fee of $25.00

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Section Description

The main theme of the course is capital budgeting. Thus, the course is developed based on the notion of the time value of money. Through this development, the course is also a survey of some of the major areas of modern finance: the role of a firm; the role of a manager (agent); the view of a firm being a stream of after-tax cash flows; asset valuation; cash flow estimation; financing methods; costs of capital being a function of systematic risk; and, the estimation of systematic risk in equilibrium.

Section Expectation

At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Describe the institutional environment in which firms operate. 2. Forecast after-tax cash flows for a firm. 3. Calculate the values of cash flows across time. 4. Calculate returns and riskiness of returns for various assets. 5. Understand the notion of systematic risk. 6. Assess the value of potential investment projects, and make correct decisions on whether or not to proceed with the investment. 7. Describe the sources of capital available to firms, and estimate the cost for various sources.

Evaluation

There will be two exams. The two exams are worth 80% of your grade. 20% of your grade is based on quizzes/attendance/discussion, mini-cases, assignments, and projects.

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