Financial Management: The Complete Guide
What you'll learn
- Time Value of Money applications
- Bonds and Stock Valuations
- Capital Budgeting
- Risk and Return
- Raising Capital
- Students should have taken a Principles of Finance Course
This course is based on the important concepts of Financial Management and covers important topics like Time Value of money which is the amount invested today in order to allow a higher return in the future which form a main component of this course as with the time value of money can any other evaluation such as stocks and bonds can be easily considered. This course then focuses on stocks and bond valuations and the specific techniques used to solve any difficult scenarios presented which are involved with the main use of the financial calculator and its key applications in terms of the type of payments which may occur. This course then places a key focus on capital budgeting (NPV, IRR, Profitability Index and MIRR) and the decision making rules such as project analysis in terms of the costs to consider and to include in the capital budgeting analysis and the types of costs which should not be considered relevant in terms of the analysis which is being conducted every student should know when evaluating any project present. Finally, this course then concludes with a guide to understanding the concepts of raising capital (cost of debt, preferred stock, common stock) and the WACC (Weighted Average cost of capital) which is essential to allow an acceptance or rejection of a specific project.
Who this course is for:
- Students pursuing a degree in Masters of Science (MS) in Finance
- Students enrolled in an MBA program
Hello my name is Shazar Khan. I am a Knack certified Tutor. I have taught over 600 hours with almost 500 sessions and had over 90 students. With an experience in tutoring a cumulative GPA of 3.83, I believe I would be able to provide the best results in my courses. I believe that when it comes to designing a course I will ensure best efforts in terms of explaining the concepts with clarity, precision and a connection between the materials taught with the real life applications.