Corporate Finance

This career path begins with placement in the finance group of a corporation. The career in corporate finance is focused on the day-to-day management of the firm's finance functions. Responsibilities may include: evaluation of investment projects (capital budgeting), mergers and acquisitions, public equity offerings, public and private debt placement, management of existing debt (compliance with covenants, defeasances, callability and convertability), cash management, and foreign exchange management.

Elective course offerings are subject to change; courses identified with an asterisk are not expected to be offered in the current academic year.

Strongly Recommended ElectivesOther Suggested Electives
Corporate Financial Reporting (220)Fixed Income Markets (232B)
Taxation and Management Decisions (227)Option Markets (232D)
Financial Statement Analysis (228)Venture Capital & Private Equity (235) 
Take Overs, Restructuring, Governance (231D)Managerial Model Building (407)

Managing Finance and Financing the Emerging Enterprise (231E)

 
Corporate Valuation (231C) 
Global Economy (406)