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Intermediate Financial Management, 10th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham and Phillip R. Daves. ISBN-13: 9780324594690.
Cases in Financial Management, 1st Edition. Eugene F. Brigham and Chris Buzzard, ISBN-10: 032430725X, ISBN-13: 9780324307252.
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville BookstoreAdditional Resources:
Calculator (Required): A financial calculator with present value and future value functions for single amount and annuities (PV, FV, and PMT), net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) is a must for this course. I will use Texas Instruments BA II Plus Financial Calculator for classroom demonstration.
E-Companion Course site: lecture slides, homework Problems, sample test questions.
Wall Street Journal is recommended, since many articles appearing in Wall Street Journal are strongly related to the course materials.
MBA 615 Managerial Finance
F2P 2011 MB
Naseem Al Rahahleh
Assistant Professor of Finance
Ph.D.--University of New OrleansM.S.-- University of New OrleansM.S. -- Yarmouk University
Mondays and Wednesdays: 9:15am to 12noon; Tuseday: 3:00-5:00pm OR by appointment
Monday, October 17, 2011 to Sunday, December 11, 2011
--R---- Parkville, Room MC 31
5:30 - 9:50 PM
FI 360 and MBA 515
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Exams:
Your participation grade is based on the quality of your inputs into class discussions and your attendance. Your attendance is required. Students are expected to attend all classes regularly and punctually. Parking is often a hassle; allow enough time for it. Lectures will start promptly at 5:30pm and finish at 9:50. Please enter the classroom with as little disruption as possible. Two late arrivals will count as one unexcused absence. My expectation is that you do not leave the classroom in the middle of a lecture. Please prepare yourself for this. Your class participation will count 5% of your course grade. Participation is important to understanding the course material, so I will be monitoring your participation throughout the course.
Group Case Analysis:
Grading: Midterm Exam: 25%
90 – 100
80 – 89
70 – 79
60 – 69
Late Submission of Course Materials: Points will be deducted for late assignments. Late homework will be penalized at the rate of 10% per day, unless a plausible and documented excuse is presented. Assignments more than 2 days late will not be accepted.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Class disruptions will not be allowed. Students are expected to assist in maintaining a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. To assure that students have an opportunity to gain from the time spent in class; students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, reading newspaper, sleeping or engaging in any other form of distraction.
If you do not understand the material, it is your responsibility to ask questions. Students are encouraged to ask questions during lecture and after lecture to receive clarification about the material we have just covered. You can also see me during my office hours.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Tentative Class Schedule:
Week 1: Oct. 20, 2011
Introduction and Overview-Schedule, Grading, Class Policies
Ch. 1: An Overview of Financial Management
Ch. 2: Risk and Return: Part I
Week 2: Oct. 27, 2011
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and Multifactor Models
Ch. 3: Risk and Return: Part II
Review of time value of money
Ch. 28:Time Value of Money (See Web Chapters)
Week 3: Nov. 3, 2011
Bonds and Their Valuation
Week 4: Nov. 10, 2011
Ch.1,2, 3, 4,28
Stock and their Valuation
Ch.5: Basic Stock Valuation
Week 5: Nov.17, 2011
Review of Financial Statement and Ratio Analysis
Ch.8: Analysis of Financial Statements Management
Ch.9: Financial Planning and Forecasting Financial Statement
Week 6: Nov. 24, 2011
Long term Financial Decisions: The Cost of Capital
Ch.10:Determining the Cost of Capital
Ch.11:Corporate Valuation and Value-Based Management
Week 7: Dec. 1, 2011
Long Term Investment Decisions: Capital Budgeting--Basics
Group Case Submission
Ch. 12: Capital Budgeting: Decision Criteria
Week 8: Dec. 8, 2011
Final Exam (Comprehensive)
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