BH 320 - Financial Management
Studies the theory and practice of financial analysis and management in the corporate setting and its role in the larger economic environment. Students discuss what specific assets a firm should acquire, what total volume of funds should commit, and how the required funds of the firm should be financed. Topics include time value of money, risk and return relationships, fundamental valuation theories, financial markets, capital investment decisions, cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy, and international finance. Sellinger scholars are expected to undertake additional reading and prepare research in consultation with the instructor. Fulfills FI 320 course requirement.
Prerequisite: AC 201 , EC 102 .
Prerequisite (may be taken concurrently): EC 220 .
Restrictions: Restricted to sophomore, junior, or senior Sellinger scholars.
Sessions Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer
Years Typically Offered: Annually
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