ACSC 516 - Corporate Finance I
Credits: Three (3)
This course introduces the student to the theory and practice of Corporate Finance. Topics include definitions of key financing terms and concepts; dividend policy; impact of financing policies on capital structure; characteristics and definitions of key financing instruments; structure and financing of a stock company; calculation of stock values; and measures and assessment of financial performance.
Students who receive a B- or higher in this course and ACCT 210 are eligible to receive VEE (Validation by Education Experience) credit from the Society of Actuaries in Accounting and Finance.
Note: This course is for graduate students only.