# FIN 301

```University of Hail
College of Computer Science &amp; Engineering
AIMS Department
Financial Management 301
Instructor: JAOUADI Sana: “We recognize that students enter this course with a wide variety of
backgrounds in mathematics, economics, accounting, and statistics”
Objectives
Chapter 1
The role and objective of Financial
management
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Introduction
Of
Financial
Management
Chapter 2
Evaluation of Financial Performance
 Uses of financial Analysis
 Interpreting Financial Ratios
 Basis classification Of financial
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Determinants
of Valuation
Chapter 3
Financial planning and Forecasting
Chapter 4
Major 1
The Time value of Money
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Chapter 5
Analysis Of Risk and Return
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Chapter 6
Common Stock : Characteristics,
Valuation, and Issuance
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Foundation
concepts
:
Maximizing Shareholder
Cash Flow
Net Present Value Rule
Organization Of the financial
Management
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Ratios
Trend Analysis
Analysis of Profitability :
- ROI
- Return
on
Stockholder’s equity
Financial Planning
Cash Flow analysis
Financial Forecasting
Interest
Simple interest
Compound Interest and Future
Value
Present value
Annuities
Meaning and Measurement of
Risk
Relationship Between Risk and
Return
Investment diversification and
Portfolio Risk
Portfolio Risk and the capital
Asset Pricing Model
Characteristics of common Stock
Valuation of Common Stock
Applications of the General
Dividend Valuation model
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Week
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Week
9
University of Hail
College of Computer Science &amp; Engineering
AIMS Department
The Capital
Investment
Decision
Chapter 7
Major 2
Capital Budgeting and Cash Flow Analysis
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The Cost Of
Capital
Chapter 8
The cost of capital
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Chapter 9
Capital structure concepts
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Topics in
Contemporary
Financial
Management
Chapter
10
International Financial Management
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Chapter
11
Corporate Restructuring
Final Exam
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Key Terms and concepts in
capital Budgeting
Basic Framework for capital
Budgeting
Principles of Estimating cash
flows
Weighted cost of capital
Relative cost of capital
Computing the component costs
of capital
Divisional costs of capital
Determining the weighted cost of
capital schedule
Capital structure decisions and
Maximization of shareholder
wealth
Financial risk and Financial
leverage
Factors that affect Exchange
rates
Forecasting Future exchange
rates
Foreign Exchange risk
Mergers