|科目の目的・到達目標||The goals of this course are to enable students not only to conduct financial analysis, but also learn to make business decisions backed up by financial analysis within modern complicated business environments. To achieve these goals, various teaching methods are applied, including lectures, group projects, and case studies|
|授業の概要||Finance is a way of thinking about economic problems that involve uncertainty over time. This course is designed to provide an introductory framework for understanding how managers think from a financial perspective, how they break down components of a financial problem, and how they make decisions as investors and corporations in the financial market. By the end of the semester, students will be familiar with financial vocabulary, understand aspects of financial theory, develop skills in financial computation, and appreciate the underlying financial mindset as well as incentives involved when solving problems of finance. Students will learn how to determine risk, how to make decisions, and how to value an investment as a potential financial opportunity.|
Ch1 An Overview of Managerial Finance
Ch2 Analysis of Financial Statements #1
Ch2 Analysis of Financial Statements #2
Ch3 The Financial Environment: Markets, Institutions, and Investment Banking
Ch 4 Time Value of Money
Ch 5 The Cost of Money (Interest Rates)
Ch6 Bonds (Debt) --Characteristics and Valuation #1
Ch7 Stocks (Equity) --Characteristics and Valuation #1
Ch7 Stocks (Equity) --Characteristics and Valuation #2
Ch8 Risk and Return #1
Ch 9 Capital Budgeting Techniques
Ch10 Project Cash Flows and Risk
|評価方法||1. Participation - 20%
2. Projects/Quizzes - 30%
3. Midterm Exam - 25%
4. Final Exam - 25%
|テキスト・参考文献等||CFIN 6, Scott Besley and Eugene Brigham, 6th Edition, Cengage Learning, 2019, ISBN-13: 9781337915830.|
|授業外の学習活動||1. Students are required to take at least one hour to read the assigned chapter before the lecture.
2. During the class, students are required to participate in case discussion.
3. After each class, students are required to take at least one hour to review the course contents and cases in the class.