Core Courses

Financial Accounting & Decision Making

TERM 1: APRIL 22 - JUNE 02, 2019

The course centers around real financial statements. This year, we explore two firms in the same industry: Home Depot and Kingfisher. Each class session will provide a detailed examination of the major components of the companies’ income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows. We will explore performance, liquid assets, inventories, fixed assets, intangible assets, long-term obligations, investments, equity, and cash flows. Upon completion, the students should have developed a basic understanding of what financial statements contain and how to use them to assess a company’s profitability and financial position.

Hyderabad

Shyam V Sunder

Eller School of Management, University of Arizona

Partha Mohanram

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Hariom Manchiraju

Indian School of Business

Mohali

Nemit Shroff

Sloan School of Business-MIT

Mary Lea McAnally

Mays Business School-Texas A&M University

Competitive Strategy

TERM 1: APRIL 22 - JUNE 02, 2019

The course centers around real financial statements. This year, we explore two firms in the same industry: Home Depot and Kingfisher. Each class session will provide a detailed examination of the major components of the companies’ income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows. We will explore performance, liquid assets, inventories, fixed assets, intangible assets, long-term obligations, investments, equity, and cash flows. Upon completion, the students should have developed a basic understanding of what financial statements contain and how to use them to assess a company’s profitability and financial position.

Specialisations & Electives

Global Economics

TERM 1: APRIL 22 - JUNE 02, 2019

The course centers around real financial statements. This year, we explore two firms in the same industry: Home Depot and Kingfisher. Each class session will provide a detailed examination of the major components of the companies’ income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows. We will explore performance, liquid assets, inventories, fixed assets, intangible assets, long-term obligations, investments, equity, and cash flows. Upon completion, the students should have developed a basic understanding of what financial statements contain and how to use them to assess a company’s profitability and financial position.