- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 87
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Certificate: Yes
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Course SummaryThis course can be used to study for a business course or learn new information on corporate finance practices. This course is ideal for brushing up before a business course exam, preparing for an assessment test or even for learning new information or refreshing your memory about corporate finance practices and concepts for professional purposes.
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About This Course
Review mostly advanced corporate finance topics with the lessons in this course. You will have the opportunity to focus on information regarding financial management, types of corporations, corporate funding and financial reporting. Individual courses are offered in stocks and bonds, investment risk and portfolios, budgeting, balance sheet and income statement preparation, cost of capital and corporate bankruptcy. You can test what you have learned by taking the self-assessment quizzes found at the end of each lesson.
The lessons in this course provide a helpful overview of relevant topics for various types of learners:
- Business professors and instructors seeking to supplement their class's study materials.
- Business majors looking for an easy way to study corporate finance.
- Entry-level employees in corporate finance departments who are seeking to expand their knowledge or reinforce what they already know about this topic.
- New small business owners who are looking to refresh their understanding of budgeting, funding and investment concepts.
- Financial management goals and decision-making processes
- Examples of financial reporting
- Types of assets and liabilities
- Creating a balance sheet
- The focus of an income statement
- Types and valuation of stocks and bonds
- The development of an investment portfolio
- Investment risk and analysis
- The definition of capital structure
- Formulas and calculations for capital budgeting
- Corporate bankruptcy laws
- Details about a hands-on assignment to help you fully understand how these corporate finance concepts are applied
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