|FI 3300||Corporation Finance|
|Prerequisites||ACCT 2101, and ACCT 2102, and ECON 2105, and ECON 2106, and CIS 2010, and BUSA 2106|
|Requirements||Must meet RCB upper division course requirements and 45 semester hours. B. B. A|
students may not register for this course until ECON 2105, and ECON 2106, and ACCCT 2102 are passed with degree credit, CSP 1, 2, 6. This is an introductory course in the financial management of nonfinancial corporations and the role of interest rates and capital markets in the economy. Topics include the structure and analysis of financial statements, time value of money calculations (using financial calculators), stock and bond valuation, financial forecasting, valuation of income-producing physical assets, determination of the cost of capital and the profitability of proposed investments in fixed assets, risk-return tradeoffs that must be considered in using financial leverage, and methods used in obtaining funds from the various capital markets. This course is taught mainly through lectures and class discussions of textual materials and problems.