Introduction to Corporate Finance
This course offers an introduction into the essential concepts of corporate finance, providing students with a foundation and the tools needed to start their learning journey in the world of corporate finance.
The course begins with a practical case study to immediately ground students in real-world application, then progresses to demystify the core elements of corporate finance. Starting with an understanding of financial statements, tax implications, and cash flows, students build a robust base from which to explore more intricate topics. The curriculum guides students through the valuation of stocks and bonds, the concept of net present value, and capital budgeting.
As the course advances, students will navigate through the critical concepts of capital and security market lines, enhancing their comprehension of capital structure, dividend policies, and the nuances of short-term financial planning. In its concluding modules, the course covers mergers and acquisitions, options, and the global dimensions of corporate finance.
- Theory, questions, and solutions in a module
- Developed by industry professionals, ensuring relevance and practical application
- Case based learning preparing students for exams and/or professional assignments
- Adaptive question module, offering instant feedback on thousands of questions to accelerate the learning experience
- Customized learning journey aligned to your course's learning objectives