Catalog 2021-2022

FIN 626 Financial Analysis for Management

This course uses mathematical and statistical models and current financial data to analyze various topics in corporate finance, bridging the gap between theory and practice.  Topics covered include analysis of financial performance and forecasting, capital budgeting, investment decisions, working capital management, external financing, optimal capital structure, dividend policy, and real option analysis. Students use various tools to analyze cash flows, net present value, risk and return, and valuation using real business data. Students will also investigate advanced corporate finance topics such as corporate restructuring, agency problems, asymmetric information, and executive compensation policies. Includes curriculum from the CFA® Program. 




ACC 500, ECO 500, QMB 500 and FIN 500


fall and spring semesters