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TROY UNIVERSITY COOPERATIVE PROGRAM
MANAGERIAL FINANCE I
Fall Semester, 2010
INSTRUCTOR: COURSE PREREQUISITE: Nguyen Van Phuong ACT 2292 Students should have a good understanding of economics, mathematics, accounting, and basic business concepts. Course work in statistics is helpful, but not required. Tuesday 7:30-8:00, Thursday 13:00-13:30 and by appointment. 180 Cao Lo, W.4,District 8, HCMC, Vietnam 08-8-2630792
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http://www.troyhcmc.edu.vn/ Wednesday 13:30 – 17:00 at A301 Analysis, planning and control of internal and external finance decisions of a firm with emphasis on corporate structure.
This course will help you understand the fundamentals of finance, with the primary goal of financial management, financial markets, and institutions. It provides basic techniques for financial analysis, financial forecasting, and cash flows. Specifically, you will acquire an understanding of stocks and bonds, the time value of money and learn how to measure the expected future cash flows, along with risk-adjusted discount rates, determine the values of firm. In addition, you will acquire knowledge of capital allocation so that you can understand the importance of market efficiency and explain why corporations make specific capital budgeting, financing, and working capital decisions.
Brigham & Houston, 2009, Fundamentals of Financial Management, 12 Edition, Thomson-South-Western. (Required) Ross / Westerfield / Jaffe, Corporate Finance, 7/e: McGraw-Hill 2005 (Recommended) Supplements, as assigned. (Online, ACCA, CAT textbook and revision kits)
You are encouraged to read the Financial Times and the Wall street Journal.
they must notify the instructor in advance and provide acceptable documentation within one week of the missed test. to be taken on the computer with a proctor. the student will take a special comprehensive makeup test on Dead Day. Students who arrive after roll is taken will be counted as absent that day. F: Below 60. and provoke class discussion. but it should be used to further concepts and not for other things such as…. If the absence is not excused by the instructor. This comprehensive makeup test will be in addition to the formative exam taken during the final exam period. PPT Presentations will be posted to the web site prior to class. and business news. Punctually attend all scheduled classes. which is selected from the textbook. C: 70-79. You may use a laptop during class. The computer labs are available for student use when other classes are not in session. No individual makeup exams for particular tests will be given. 2. INCOMPLETE/MISSED WORK POLICY: If a student will miss a test. 3. the student will receive a zero for any missed test. If they are unable to notify the instructor in advance (e. argue. they must notify the instructor as soon as they are able to return to class and provide acceptable WRITTEN documentation on that day. Be an active participant in this class while being respectful of everyone else in the class. GENERAL SUPPORT: 2 . D: 60-69. every student will receive a cold call at least once. Students should read ahead the lecture notes and bring them to class to save your note taking. ATTENDANCE & STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES: Students are expected to: 1.g. Primary delivery will through PowerPoint and overhead presentations.. The instructor’s role is one of orchestration and additional stimulation of discussion. and persuade polite society (the class). In the course of a semester.CLASS PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS: This course will be delivered in a lecture/discussion format. they were in the hospital). the class will collectively analyze. Be responsible for all instructions and assignments given in class as well as for the supporting textbook content. reference materials. OTHER POLICIES: Students should read Student Handbook. as well as… GRADING METHODS & EXAMINATIONS: Final grades will be calculated as a weighted average as follows: Class contribution and assignments Midterm exam Final exam 20% 40% 40% The student's final grade will be determined using the traditional grading scale: A: 90-100. Most classes will begin with a “cold call” to one specific student that will open the case. approach. B: 80-89. If the absence is excused by the instructor. After the opening question.
Particularly. resubmitting an examination or assignment for reevaluation which has been altered without the instructor’s authorization. COURSE SCHEDULE The schedule below presents an approximate expectation of course progress. Papers that do not give correct credit for intellectual property will receive a grade of F. forcing an instructor’s name or initials. paraphrases. notes.) In order to receive emergency messages from the University or family members. computer data. basic ideas). reports. but sending or receiving non-emergency messages is forbidden by the University.concordia.ACADEMIC HONESTY AND INTEGRITY: The following activities are not permitted in the course: 1/ University Standards: Anyone suspected of cheating or copying will receive an “F”. or any forms of computer data. the call receipt indicator on devices must be in the vibration mode or other unobtrusive mode of indication. Students receiving calls that they believe to be emergency calls must answer quietly without disturbing the teaching environment. “2/ Plagiarism: copying or receiving material from a source or sources and submitting this material as one’s own without acknowledging the particular debts to the source (quotations. they must move unobtrusively and quietly from the instructional area and notify the instructor as soon as reasonably possible. delete. 2/ Cheating: receiving information. The instructor reserves the right to add.ca/help/howto/turabian. or giving information to another student. Further action will be carried out according to the TSU ORACLE.” This is a good style guide for references: http://library. Any changes will be announced in class. paper. 3/ Falsification of academic materials: fabricating laboratory materials. available in Student Handbook or on the school website. Cellular phones. materials. or submitting a report. use of a communication device to violate the Troy University “Standards of Conduct” will result in appropriate disciplinary action (See the Oracle. Students who are expecting an emergency call should inform the instructor before the start of the instructional period. or modify any part of this schedule. or examination (or any considerable part thereof) prepared by any person other than the student responsible for the assignment. Be honest! CELLPHONES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Use of any electronic device by students in the instructional environment is prohibited unless explicitly approved on a case-by-case basis by the instructor of record or by the Office of Disability Services in collaboration with the instructor.pdf A plagiarism checker will be used on all papers turned in. or soliciting information. however. If the call is an emergency. and other communication devices may be used for emergencies. or otherwise representing the work of another as one’s own. from another student or other unauthorized source. with the intend to deceive while completing an examination or individual assignment. 3 . pagers.
126.96.36.199.8. 9.7.7 Week 2 Oct/13 3 4 Financial statements.1. 16.1.7 Assignment 6 due. 10. 4.6. 3. 17. 188.8.131.52. 8.7. Problem 11. 9.1. Question 11. Review Assignment 9 due.10. 7.3. 8.8. Problem 10. 8.9. Question 16.7. cash flow and taxes Analysis of financial statements Assignment 1 due.5 Problem 17. 10.18 Assignment 4 due.15 Assignment 7&8 due.1. 5.7. Assignment 3: 5 Time value of money. Problem 8. 17. Mid-term exam Assignment 5 due. 11. 4.2. Assignment 3 due. Assignment 10: Question 17.10 Question 2. 16.5. 11. Assignment 9: 16 Working capital management.4. Assignment 7&8: Question 8.6. 11. 184.108.40.206. Problem 4. Question 9. Problem 5. 11.14 Week 3 Oct/20 Week 4 Oct/27 Week 5 Nov/03 Week 6 Nov/10 Week 7 Nov/17 Week 8 Nov/24 8&9 Risk and Rates of return & Stocks and their valuation 7 Bonds and their valuation. 7.4. 17. 7.1.Date Week 1 Oct/06 Chapter Topic Assignments Assignment 1: 1 2 An overview of financial management Financial markets and institutions Question 220.127.116.11 Problem 16.10.7. 3.2 10. 16.3. 18.104.22.168. 5. Assignment 4: 10 The cost of capital Question 10. 8.3. 1. 3.10.7. Problem 9. Assignment 2: Question 3.3.4. 5.9.19. Question 5.14. 9.6.8 Week 11 Dec/15 Final Exam Week 9 Dec/1 4 . 22.214.171.124. Assignment 6: Question 7. 17.7 Question 4.1. 1.13 Assignment 2 due. 16. 9. 5. 16.6. Assignment 5: 11 The basics of capital budgeting.2.6. Problem 7. 2. 2.5.10 Week 10 Dec/8 17 Financial planning and forecasting.2. 10. 9. Problem 3. 1. 126.96.36.199.
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