MBA in Corporate Finance

The course focuses on the financial management of both public and private corporations. Students are presented with a conceptual framework for understanding and addressing problems commonly faced by corporate decision-makers and provided opportunities to apply these concepts to contemporary business situations. The subjects and the respective topics reflect the impact on the overall value and risk of the company. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: time value of money, the valuation and role of debt and equity, capital acquisition and the organization of financial markets, the relationship between risk and return including the capital asset pricing model, capital budgeting/project evaluation techniques, cost of capital, cash flow estimation, project risk analysis, real options and company valuation. The course structure is designed from a perspective that will enable the corporate manager to better understand how corporate decisions impact the value and risk of the firm.