Finance I (Corporate Finance)

Course Objectives

This course is designed for those who want to learn basic principles of corporate finance. Students will engage in simulated decision-making exercises throughout the course.
For example, it deals with how to quantify the business activities by generating pro-forma financial statements. It also deals with investment decisions by analyzing incremental cash flows . In addition, students will develop judgement in investment decision such as M&A both qualitatively and quantitatively. Furthermore, they will analyze how necessary funds are raised so they are expected to make an investment decision comprehensively and structurally.

The six class sessions will be carried out in the discussion-oriented style and on the assumption that students already possess basic knowledge about corporate finance and accounting.

Course Details

Programs: Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA, Pre-MBA
Discipline: Accounting and Finance
Course Level: Fundamental Course
Required/Elective Course: Required Course
Number of Credits: 1.5
Report: Day 4
Hours Per Class: 3 hours
Class Capacity: 35 (Part-time MBA)

Recommended Preliminary Courses

- Critical Thinking
- Accounting I
- Essentials of Finance

Click here to see a list of Preliminary Recommended Courses

Theme/Reading Materials

Day 1
Session A
THEME Confirming basic Financial Framework and Principles
CASE N/A
Session B
THEME Analysis of Projected Financial Statements and Sourcing of Required Funds Based on Certain Business Strategy
CASE MOUNTAINARIOUS SPORTING CO.
 
Day 2
Session A
THEME Incremental Analysis of Cash Flow and Verification of Investment Economics
CASE Whirlpool Europe
Session B
THEME Incremental Analysis of Cash Flow and Verification of Investment Economics (continued)
CASE Stryker Corporation: In-sourcing PCBs
 
Day 3
Session A
THEME The Valuation Techniques and Financing Options
CASE Industrial Accessories Ltd.
Session B
THEME The Valuation Techniques and Financing Options(Continued)
CASE Industrial Accessories Ltd.
 
Day 4
Session A
THEME Valuation and Investment Decision
CASE American Chemical Corporation
Session B
THEME Valuation and Investment Decision (Continued)
CASE American Chemical Corporation
 
Day 5
Session A
THEME The Impacts of Fund Procurement on the Corporate Strategy (Debt and Equity)
CASE Harmonic Hearing Co.
Session B
THEME The Impacts of Fund Procurement on the Corporate Strategy (Debt and Equity) (Continued)
CASE Harmonic Hearing Co.
 
Day 6
Session A
THEME Comprehensive Investment Judgment and Decision
CASE Monmouth, Inc.
Session B
THEME Comprehensive Investment Judgment and Decision (Continued)
CASE Monmouth, Inc.

 

Textbook (Please purchase the following textbook before the course starts.)

Analysis for Financial Management. 11th ed.
Higgins, Robert C., 2015 (McGraw-Hill/Irwin)
ISBN-10: 0077861787
ISBN-13: 978-0077861780

If you wish to start from the Pre-MBA,

Tuition Fee per course: 126,000 yen
Please find more about the Pre-MBA Program.

Course Schedule

Faculty

Masaru Hoshino
Accounting and Finance, Management Philosophy, Specialization
"Welcome to the world of Finance ! In my class, I emphasize how important AND interesting it is to learn Finance as a necessary tool for you to become a business leader. By mastering this exciting subject you will be able to deepen your understanding on how business practice is structured based on Finance concepts. For example, you can understand what a world class automobile firm aims for OTHER THAN improving production efficiency by employing the just-in-time inventory system. Yes, Finance makes you to see the business world much more exciting !"
Tadahisa Saito
Creation
"A good manager need to have extensive management experiences and accurate understanding of various principles and frameworks of management which are effectively and organically integrated in order to tackle with various management problems he or she faces day to day. MBA education aims to first disassemble student’s practical knowledge and experiences, and then to integrate them with fundamental theories and frameworks underlying them so that he or she may make appropriate judgment and decisions on difficult and complicated management problems. I would like to emphasize that you should not leave what you have learned in each discipline or course stand alone but try to integrate them into one big ecosystem of management. Through your study at GLOBIS, I really look forward to seeing you metamorphose into really visionary leaders who create and innovate the societies by creating and renovating businesses with enhanced social corporate value."
Daisuke Asahara
Accounting and Finance
The purpose of an MBA is not only to acquire knowledge but also to cultivate friendship, leadership and entrepreneurship. To build up those "ships," you have to get on the same "ship" and spend time with your classmates. Welcome to the class, our ship of learning!
Yoshitaka Saeki
Accounting and Finance
Finance can be one of the most challenging courses in that it requires extensive quantitative analyses and an accurate output of numbers. At the same time, it is rewarding because finance is an essential tool for managers who want to create values and measure them. Effective managers need to be able to make decisions and communicate in terms of numbers. In my class, I try to bring in real-world settings through vigorous class discussions. The more you are committed, the more you’ll find your learning experiences rewarding.

Faculty

Masaru Hoshino
Masaru Hoshino
Accounting and Finance, Management Philosophy, Specialization
"Welcome to the world of Finance ! In my class, I emphasize how important AND interesting it is to learn Finance as a necessary tool for you to become a business leader. By mastering this exciting subject you will be able to deepen your understanding on how business practice is structured based on Finance concepts. For example, you can understand what a world class automobile firm aims for OTHER THAN improving production efficiency by employing the just-in-time inventory system. Yes, Finance makes you to see the business world much more exciting !"
Tadahisa Saito
Tadahisa Saito
Creation
"A good manager need to have extensive management experiences and accurate understanding of various principles and frameworks of management which are effectively and organically integrated in order to tackle with various management problems he or she faces day to day. MBA education aims to first disassemble student’s practical knowledge and experiences, and then to integrate them with fundamental theories and frameworks underlying them so that he or she may make appropriate judgment and decisions on difficult and complicated management problems. I would like to emphasize that you should not leave what you have learned in each discipline or course stand alone but try to integrate them into one big ecosystem of management. Through your study at GLOBIS, I really look forward to seeing you metamorphose into really visionary leaders who create and innovate the societies by creating and renovating businesses with enhanced social corporate value."
Daisuke Asahara
Daisuke Asahara
Accounting and Finance
The purpose of an MBA is not only to acquire knowledge but also to cultivate friendship, leadership and entrepreneurship. To build up those "ships," you have to get on the same "ship" and spend time with your classmates. Welcome to the class, our ship of learning!
Yoshitaka Saeki
Yoshitaka Saeki
Accounting and Finance
Finance can be one of the most challenging courses in that it requires extensive quantitative analyses and an accurate output of numbers. At the same time, it is rewarding because finance is an essential tool for managers who want to create values and measure them. Effective managers need to be able to make decisions and communicate in terms of numbers. In my class, I try to bring in real-world settings through vigorous class discussions. The more you are committed, the more you’ll find your learning experiences rewarding.