Finance: An Introductory Online Course
This online course is designed to help students understand the basic principles of Corporate Finance, the essential tools for financial analysis, and introductory models and frameworks used in corporate financial decision making. The course presumes that students possess a working knowledge of financial accounting. To assess student strengths and weaknesses, the course includes pre and post-assessment tests, and professors can easily track progress and see exam results. Narrated animations and numerous exercises help students grasp difficult concepts quickly. It covers ratio analysis, cash cycle, pro forma forecasting, financial statement analysis, capital structure, time value of money, project valuation, WACC (weighted average cost of capital), DCF (discounted cash flow) analysis, CAPM (capital asset pricing model), valuation, and sensitivity analysis. Subjects covered: Capital structure, Financial ratios, Financial statements, Forecasting, Rates of return, Return on investment.