Dept. III: General Business Administration and Corporate Finance

Bachelor

Here you can information regarding the lectures offered for bachelor students

Module BWL II: Accounting und Financing (SS),
9 credit points, 8 semester periods per week

The responsibility of department III for the courses offered in the module Business Administration II (BWL II) 
currently covers the subject "Investment and Financing". The main focus with regard to content of this course is as follows:

Investment and Financing (SS)

Methods and techniques of static as well as dynamic investment calculations, capital budgeting, central forms of financing, cost of capital concepts, models of capital structure, investment and financing decisions under uncertainty and under risk, Portfolio Selection Theory, Capital Asset Pricing Model, options, neo-institutional economical basics.

 

Module Investment and Financial Management I (SS)
6 credit points, 4 semester periods per week

Lecture and Exercise International Financial Management (SS)

Targets:

The students know the central tasks and decision models of international financial management with special attention to currency area cross-bordered transactions. 

Content:

International financial and foreign exchange markets; currency theoretical and political conditions; foreign exchange efficiency and rationality of the market participants; economical currency risk management; financing and advantage evaluation of foreign direct investments; foreign trade financing; project financing; case studies.

 

Module Investment and Financial Management II (WS)
6 credit points, 4 semester periods per week

Lecture and Exercise Investment Theory and Control (WS)

Targets:

After completing the module, the students have deepened knowledge of  central investment valuation methods in the areas of interest-bearing financial stocks and real investments.

Content:

Equlibrium models of capital market oriented assessment of equity and risk capital (primary shares), partial valuation models of participation contracts, selected questions concerning partial analytical evaluation of investment objects (useful life and substitution period); capital budgeting with imperfect capital markets; valuation of interest-bearing bonds, measure of interest rate risk, risk management via duration concepts, case studies.

 

Module Seminar Investment and Financial Management (WS+SS),
6 credit points, 2 semester periods per week

Seminar Investment and Financial Management

Targets:

After completing the module, the students have deepened knowledge of selected theoretical and application oriented problems of investment and financial management.

Content:

Changing contents.