Financial Management

2019-2020

Course Objective

The main goal of this interdisciplinary elective is to provide a broad
knowledge basis of the Financial Management field, especially meant for
those Business Administration students who come from other educational
background than BA.

Advanced Academic and Research Skills
- Students learn basic and advanced skills in the field of Financial
Management

Knowledge of Theory and Methods + Complex Problem Solving
- Students develop a solid knowledge base of key topics in financial
management

Professional Social Skills
- Students will be able to clearly present financial arguments in both
academic and practical terms

Broadening your Horizon
- Students learn to form an academically sound judgement of the value
creating capacities of an organization and link this to other processes
in BA

Course Content

This course is one of the interdisciplinary electives of the Business
Administration program. Its main aim is to help students without a
background in BA to develop state-of-the-art knowledge and skills in the
field of Financial Management. These are crucial competencies for BA
graduates, as virtually all of them will sooner or later get into
contact with financial issues, such as financial accounting and
corporate financing. Moreover, having a solid base of financial
knowledge and skills will be an important complementary competency to
developing other skills related to HRM, IM, LCM, MC, and S&O. To provide
this solid knowledge and skill base, this course gives a broad overview
on the financial management discipline in non-financial corporates.
Topics that we will cover in this course include:

- Financial accounting;
- Financial statement analysis;
- Financial decision making tools
- Most important aspects on corporate financing and valuation

The final goal is to be able to judge an organization and their strategy
on their value creation capacities.

Teaching Methods

Lectures
Tutorials

Method of Assessment

Exam
Assignments

Literature

Brealey, R. A., Myers, S. C., and F. Allen, Principles of Corporate
Finance, 12th edition, McGraw-Hill (mandatory)

Target Audience

The course is meant for Master students having no or little Bachelor
background knowledge in the discipline of corporate financial management

General Information

Course Code E_BA_FINM
Credits 6 EC
Period P5
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator dr. G. Tumer Alkan
Examiner dr. G. Tumer Alkan
Teaching Staff dr. G. Tumer Alkan

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Lecture
Target audiences

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