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Project Financial Management: Course Outline (MSPM)

This course offers a comprehensive approach to understanding the importance of financial management in managing projects and programs

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Course Objectives

The course aims to enable students to:

  1. Understand the functions of the finance manager.
  2. Understand the basics of finance theory as it applies to corporate financial decisions.
  3. Be able to understand and analyze financial statements.
  4. Be able to apply tools and techniques of the time value of money for investing decisions.
  5. Understand and apply the concepts of risk and return for portfolio management.
  6. Be able to apply the principles of capital structure in the determination of the appropriate level of debt for a company.
  7. Be able to apply the weighted average cost of the capital method to value real assets.
  8. Be able to understand Islamic Modes of financing and the concept of Riba in Islam.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Financial Management
  • Basic Accounting concepts, accounts and accounting cycle
  • Finance for Non-Finance executives
  • Basic Accounting concepts, accounts and accounting cycle
  • Finance for Non-Finance executives
  • Basic Accounting concepts, accounts and accounting cycle
  • Finance for Non-Finance executives
  • Financial Statements, Taxes and Cash Flows
  • Working with Financial Statements
  • Introduction to Time value of money
  • Discounted cash flow valuation
  • Operational planning, break-even analysis, and risk management
  • Capital budgeting and methods to evaluate cash flows
  • Capital budgeting and methods to evaluate cash flows
  • Capital budgeting and methods to evaluate cash flows
  • Project analysis and evaluation
  • Capital structure and discount rates
  • Risk and Return
  • Revision

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this class, students are expected to:

  1. Describe the financial environment within which organizations must operate.
  2. Critically evaluate the financial objectives of various types of organizations and the respective requirements of stakeholders.

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