4 Embankment Drive Road, Sector 10, Uttara Model Town, Dhaka 1230, Bangladesh Phone: 896 3523-7, 01714 014933, 892 3469-70, 891 8412, Fax: 892 2625, firstname.lastname@example.org www.iubat.edu
College of Business Administration (CBA)
Summer 2013 Course outline
FIN 302 – Corporate Finance
(May 5 –August 21)
Instructor and Contact Information
Abdullah Al Yousuf Khan
MSIT (London), MBA (Dublin), PGD (London) B.Com. (Hon.), M.Com. Finance & Banking (DU) Email: email@example.com
Office: Room # 222
Office Hours: 8.30am - 5.00pm Saturday to Thursday
(As office is used by other instructors, please come with appointment for academic purposes only.) Tel: 02 8923469-70, Ext. 172
Mobile: 01774506939 (office hours only)
I am teaching finance and banking course in IUBAT for last three years in CBA. I started my career as a brokers’ authorized representative in Dhaka Stock Exchange after finishing my study from DU in 1996. After working five and half years I went to UK for higher study where I acquired post graduate diploma in business and e-commerce. Then I persuaded an MBA in accounting and finance from Brain Wells University in Dublin, Ireland. I also acquired a master degree in information technology from London. During my study period I worked many organizations like McDonald’s, GAP, MBNA, ASDA, Tesco, and Starbucks where I gathered practical management experience.
| Section A| Section B|
Day| Time| Room #| Time| Room #|
Monday| 1.10-2.10| 512| 10.40-11.40| 333|
Tuesday| 1.10-2.10| 332| 10.40-11.40| 312|
Wednesday | 9.35-10.35| 126| 10.40-11.40| 126|
Day| Morning | Afternoon|
Monday| 8.30-10.00| 2.15-3.15|
Tuesday| 8.30-10.00| 2.15-3.15|
Wednesday | 8.30-9.30| 1.30-2.30|
By the end of this course, students will understand the primary participants in the money- and the financial markets, the operations and the goals of these participants, the various types of financial instruments and how they differ, the role of interest rates in the economy and how interest rates are determined. They will also know the basics of monetary policy.
This course provides the framework for Finance as a whole. It focuses on setting out the basic principles of financial management and applying them to the main decisions faced by financial managers. This course will provide audience the information and tools to make them pro of taking financial decision. The course will go into detail into time value of money, valuing bonds and stocks, risk and return, capital budgeting, debt policy, dividend policy and so on.
Required Course Materials & Text Books
1. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance- Ross, Westerfield, Jordan. McGraw Hill, 8th Edition, 2010 Reference books
2. Corporate Finance- Ross Westerfield, Jaffe, 7th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2005. 3. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance- Brealy Mayers, Marcus, Irwin McGraw Hill, 2nd Edition, 2005 4. Principles of Corporate Finance- Brealy, Mayers. Irwin McGraw Hill, 6th Edition 2000 5. Introduction to Corporate Finance- Robert S. Harris, John J. Pringle, 1989, Foresman & Company 6. Corporate Finance-Theory & Practice- Aswath Damodaran, 2nd edition, John Willy & Sons, 2001. 7. Fundamentals of Financial Management- James C. Van Horne, John M. Wachowich Jr. 13th edition, Prentice Hall 8. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance- David WhiteHurst, McGraw Hill, 6th edition, 2004.
Quizzes: One in Every week| 5%|
Class Participation & Attendance + DBC | 10%|
First Term Part of the book| 15%|
Mid Term Part of the book| 20%|
Final Term entire book | 35%| Assignment and 1st Presentation (Based on 1/3rd of the course)| 5%| Project, 2nd Presentation and Field...