Corporate Finance (20507). 3 units. This course will focus on financial management from the perspective of inside the corporation or operating entity. It will build upon the concepts from the core finance courses, using lectures to develop the theory, and cases and problem sets to provide applications. Topics covered include capital budgeting and valuation; optimal capital structure; initial public offerings; mergers; and corporate restructuring. This course will follow the School of Management calendar. Also MGT 541a.. H. Tookes.
Note: This course is offered in two sections. The second section meets on Tuesday and Thursday, 1:00 - 2:20 p.m.
Note: There will be five places for Law students in each section, for a total of 10 places.
Course Selection Students who select this course should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate whether they prefer the first or the second section, so that they may be enrolled in the appropriate section if they are accepted.