HS 351F — Corporate Finance I

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

Provide an analysis of the major issues affecting the financial policy of a modem corporation and to develop greater depth of financial skills and logical thought processes necessary to formulate and implement business decisions. This module will first review some foundational theoretical and analytical concepts related to security valuation, firm valuation, and capital structure. These issues are central to the investment, financing, and strategic policy decisions facing financial managers. Participants will analyze how firm valuation fluctuates in a world characterized by information asymmetry and uncertainty, which makes the corporate decision-making process challenging. Offered as part of the Heller Executive MBA for Physicians.
Debarshi Nandy