Education, MBA, Finance

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MBA Update: Corporate Financial Decision Making

School and work have kept me too busy to post for a while! I have finished one year of the MBA program so will try to catch up on class overviews while I’m technically on break before January’s classes begin.

A few lessons

  • Evaluating Financial Performance
  • Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
  • Interest Rates & Bond Valuation
  • Stock & Stock Valuation
  • Capital Budgeting: Forecasting the Relevant Cash Flows
  • Capital Budgeting: the Investment Decision
  • Risk & Return
  • Weighted Average Cost of Capital

The course goals:

  1. This course will help you understand concepts, processes, and frameworks related to financial decision making in publicly held corporations.
  2. Develop an understanding of the underpinnings of corporate finance theories and principles.
  3. Identify how corporate financial decisions are made.
  4. Apply the methods of obtaining capital to support financial decisions.


I started the online MBA program at Montclair State University in January 2017.

Topics:   Education, MBA, Finance