This course is an advanced undergraduate course in corporate finance. The course will cover corporate finance topics at a deeper level, notably by using basic game theory and basic contract theory. It will also introduce new topics such as real options, financial constraints, and corporate governance. It is also recommended that students have the capacity for mathematical reasoning and a basic knowledge of regression analysis. Students will be expected to master the tools needed by practitioners in corporate finance; to understand simple mathematical models underlying corporate finance theories; and to have learned lessons from case studies and empirical studies.

Prerequisite - COMM 121/221 and (COMM 172 or ECON 212)

This course is restricted to students enrolled in the 3rd or 4th year of their program.