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FINC 331 Corporate Financial Strategy
The course is to provide a greater depth on the core issues of strategic financing and investment decisions that corporations face, and their impacts on the firm's value. This serves as the second course in corporate finance that will focus on strategies to translate financial management concepts to real life business issues. Topics include advanced cash flow estimation, risk analysis and real options, long-term financial planning, in depth capital structure decisions, dividend policy and share repurchases, new security issuances, and merger and acquisition. Offered irregularly.
Prerequisites: JrS; ACCT 100 or (ACCT 11E and ACCT 101) or (ACCT 11E and ACCT 12E), ECON 112, FINC 231 all with a grade of "C" or better; STAT 101, (INTD 107 or CSCI 100); and a major in PACC, BSEC, or ECON.
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