American Heritage University of Southern California

MB-521 Applied Financial Management

This course will explore the proper financial management of an organization. The scope of the course includes historical, theoretical, and procedural analysis of the firm’s finance function with specific emphasis on maximizing shareholder value. Focus areas include capital structure, divide...more

  • Course ID: MB 521
  • Start Date: 03/07/2021
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Method of Instruction: Online

Units: 3

Core  Course

This course will explore the proper financial management of an organization. The scope of the course includes historical, theoretical, and procedural analysis of the firm’s finance function with specific emphasis on maximizing shareholder value. Focus areas include capital structure, dividend policy, working capital management, and valuation. Through analyzing cases, as well as completing assigned exercises and problems, you will further develop and strengthen your financial management skills required to meet the challenges facing today's complex organizations.

Mr Farooq Khan Adjunct Faculty

M.B.A., Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Middle Eastern Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering and B.Sc. Physics, Middle Easte

At the completion of this course, a student will be able to:

  1. Describe the dimensions of performance and risk relevant to business firms.
  2. Explain how financial service components industries such as insurance, banking, securities, real estates and financial planning interact.
  3. Explain capital structure, dividend policy, working capital management, and valuation as it applies to business firms.
  4. Describe the impact that financial innovation, advancements in technology, and changes in regulation continue to have on the structure of business firms.

The Big Picture

How this course ties into your program outcomes:

Business Knowledge Critical Thinking Communication Technology Ethics
 
D D - D -

Legend:
I = Introduced
D = Developed
M = Demonstrated at the Mastery level suitable for graduation