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Principles of Corporate FinanceCourse ID: FINC 334
School:Business, Quinlan School of
Credit Hours: 3
Course DescriptionThis course provides students with a foundational and integrated knowledge of corporate finance. Topics include discounted cash flows, firm valuation, capital budgeting, principals of the risk and return relationship, market efficiency, capital structure, and financing. Students will will be asked to independently complete the Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) course. Students will demonstrate knowledge of valuation principles, raising funds for investment decisions, capital investment choices, risk and return relationship, capital markets and instruments, all in the context of real-world problems and situations
FINC 334 fulfills the business core requirement for Finance majors and minors. All other Quinlan students may take FINC 334 to fulfill the business core requirement but are encouraged to take FINC 301.
Synchronous Class Meeting: Instruction will be delivered online synchronously following the days/times indicated on the schedule.
Prerequisite/sSophomore standing and "C-" or better in ECON 201, ISSCM 241, ACCT 201, MATH 131 or MATH 161. (ACCT 201 may taken as a co-requisite).
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