MBA 532ONL1 Applied Managerial Finance - MC
This course emphasizes the decision-making and discipline of financial management. Subjects include: financial reports and metrics, financial analysis and planning, financial forecasting, financial markets, financial leverage, working capital management, capital budgeting processes, cost of capital, and the evaluation of domestic and global merger and acquisition opportunities, including takeover and antitrust strategies. Students will integrate a biblical and ethical framework that helps guide financial management decision-making. Prerequisite(s): MBA 501, MBA 630. ** Students may choose to waive this course and substitute an elective course for this core course if they have earned a B- or better in at least two of the following undergrad/graduate level courses: Corporate Finance I/II, Investment Management, or Money, Banking and Finance.