Intermediate Corporate Finance (Stand-Alone Course)

This course is intended to round out the student’s comprehensive overview of corporate finance topics; examines the concepts, techniques, and tools used by financial managers in their attempts to make effective investing and financing decisions.

  • This course is intended to round out the student’s comprehensive overview of corporate finance topics; examines the concepts, techniques, and tools used by financial managers in their attempts to make effective investing and financing decisions. Specific attention is devoted to advanced capital budgeting topics, the dividend policy and financing decisions, international finance, financial risk management, and corporate restructuring.

    Code

    Title

    CEUs*

    Prerequisite(s)

    SBAF302

    Intermediate Corporate Finance

    3

    None

    *Continuing education unit equals 10 contact hours.

    A stand-alone certificate will be issued upon the successful completion of each course.

    ** Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance or equivalent with a minimum of two years of professional experience in accounting/finance field.

     

  • Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

    1. Grasp the importance of financial information in business lives
    2. Assess the relative merits of two – period projects using net present value
    3. Explain how to choose the appropriate discount rate for a given stream of cash flows, according to the investment horizon
    4. Compare each of the capital budgeting tools and tell why NPV always gives the correct decision
    5. Use breakeven analysis, sensitivity analysis, or scenario analysis to evaluate project risk
    6. Use the capital asset pricing model to calculate the cost of capital for a particular project
    7. Calculate the weighted average of cost capital
    • Foundation certificate in accounting and finance or a bachelor's degree in accounting.
    • Continuing education level SBAF 101 minimum grade of D and continuing education level SBAF 106 minimum grade of D.
  • Fees/course for Egyptians = EGP 1,500/ 3 CEUs.

    Fees/course for International Student = EGP 1,875/ 3 CEUs.

Course Info

Type:
Course
Duration:
6 Weeks
Subject:
Accounting and Finance
Location:
AUC Tahrir Square
AUC New Cairo
Format:
In class/Online
CEUs:
3
Status
Available

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Contact us

Email: sce@aucegypt.edu

Hotline: 16723

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