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|Title: ||BADM 351-01, Financial Management, Fall 2009|
|Authors: ||Southard, Douglas K.|
|Date Issued: ||26-Aug-2009|
|Publisher: ||Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee|
|Series/Report no.: ||CRN Syllabi;10172|
|Abstract: ||By the end of the course, the student should:
1. Understand valuation theory as a basic concept of corporate finance.
2. Appreciate the relevance of finance in our daily lives through exposure to contemporary financial
issues by outside reading and selected videos; in addition, you should be familiar with web sources of
financial markets such as www.morningstar.com, www.biuombes'g.co?n; www.wsj.com;
www.finaiice.yahoo.com; \vww.markelwatch .com: www.iooJ .com
3. Have a sound grasp of underlying fnancial theories and the objectives and risk-return tradeoffs
involved in corporate financial decision making.
4. Understand how today's financial manager uses spreadsheets and calculators to perform financial
analysis and make capital budgeting decisions.
5. Be familiar with the key contributions of the Nobel laureates in financial economics, specifically
Markowitz, Sharpe, and Miller and Modigliani, and have a better appreciation of financial research
through the reading of seminal works and a description of how key financial theories evolved.|
|Description: ||This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business Administration. Syllabi|
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