BB-411: Principles of Finance II
This course continues from Principles of Finance I and aims at developing a student’s financial analytical skills in firm investment and distribution decisions in the context of a capital market structure and efficiency. Valuation methods are developed for valuing projects and securities. Basic portfolio theory is discussed to develop simple asset pricing models and used for determining the cost of capital for use in investment evaluation. The implications of different financing options (debt and equity) are considered, and elementary capital structure theorems are presented, in relation to which the dividend decisions are analyzed. The question of market efficiency is considered, and the implications of this for trading strategies are discussed.
Course Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course, a student will be able to:
- Identify the financial objectives of various types of organizations and the respective requirements of stakeholders.
- Analyze alternative sources in finance investment opportunities and their suitability in particular circumstances.
- Analyze the company’s performance and make appropriate recommendations
- Apply financial principles and practices to organizations.
- Employ financial technology and how it’s used in business finance.
Mode of Learning
This course is 8 weeks long. It is broken up into weekly modules
This a 3 unit course. The units are required to complete the program
The total cost for this BBA course is $450. Payment is paid in full
The method of instruction for this elective BBA course is online
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