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Corporate Finance

Corporate finance focuses primarily on financial issues at the firm level, such as how new companies raise capital, how companies decide on a capital structure of equity versus short-term and long-term debt, and the governance structure of firms. Students develop an understanding of the broad financial issues and choices facing firms and how these choices influence performance, valuation and risk.

Selected Courses:
Case Studies in Bankruptcy and Reorganization
Corporate Finance
Investment Banking
Principles of Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Capital Markets
Restructuring Firms and Industries
Valuation

Especially Relevant to Students Working in:
Corporate Finance
Equity and Fixed Income Research
Investment Banking
Mergers and Acquisitions
Public Finance
Real Estate Finance
Sales and Trading