The following major topic areas are included in teaching activities:
General financial calculations
Preparation of budgets, calculation of free cash flow and the establishment of a number of key figures
The company's choice of financing
The company's cost of capital
Shares and bonds
Valuation of companies
A large part of the subject areas of the course are included as the theoretical foundation for the implementation of the valuation of a company.
The student must through the module obtain knowledge about:
Insight into the theories, concepts, models and methods of the discipline.
Knowledge of the company's and shareholders' various financial issues.
The student must through the module obtain skills in:
Reflecting on and critically evaluating the uses and limitations of the theoretical frame of reference.
Identifying theoretical and practical issues applying to companies and setting up and selecting solution models.
Applying the theoretical frame of reference for the analysis of financial issues relating to companies and shareholders.
Analysing and drawing conclusion from the selected solutions, including implications for the company and its shareholders.
Conducting analyses and calculations of practical and theoretical issues in relation to the company and its shareholders.
The student must through the module obtain competences to:
Understanding how knowledge and reflection on the theoretical frame of reference of the discipline make it possible to understand and work with financial issues.
Analysing and assessing the validity, application and limitations of results with a view to extracting a basis for decision making and a conclusion based on the analyses and calculations conducted.
Communicating knowledge and analyses within the discipline and engaging in and contributing to the solution and discussion of concrete financial issues in a company.
|Name of exam||Corporate Finances|
|Type of exam|
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||Module examinations are assessed according to the Danish 7-point grading scale. The grade 12 will be awarded to students who give an excellent performance and demonstrate that they have fulfilled the above objectives exhaustively or with few insignificant omissions. The grade 02 will be awarded to students who demonstrate that they have fulfilled the minimum acceptable level of the above learning objectives.|
|Danish title||Corporate Finances|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Business Economics|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Social Sciences|