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FIN 6315
Seminar in Corporate Finance
Three semester hours.
The purpose of this course is to appraise both theoretical and empirical work in modern corporate finance. Topics discussed in this course include capital structure, financial distress and bankruptcy, financial intermediaries, corporate control, agency theory, and dividend policy. Prerequisite: FIN 6310.

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