|1.||Critically evaluate and apply quantitative business finance techniques and methodologies for valuing financial instruments;|
|2.||Demonstrate a thorough conceptual understanding of portfolio theory and its application to price risky assets;|
|3.||Estimate the appropriate cost of capital for investment appraisal purposes;|
|4.||Critically evaluate and apply various capital structure theories in making business financing decisions;|
|5.||Critically evaluate and apply firms' investment project decisions using capital budgeting techniques; and|
|6.||Compose and effectively communicate analyses and recommendations to assist in financial decision-making throughout the corporate cycle.|
|Test||Practical and Theoretical Short Answer Questions||10%|
|Test||Practical and Theoretical Short Answer Questions||20%|
|Case Study||Group Assignment – Case study Analysis||20%|
Principles of Managerial Finance (15th ed., Global Edition).
Zutter, C. J., & Smart, S. B. (2019).
Harlow, England: Pearson.
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