7.5 ECTS credits
The course centres on corporate industrial investment and financing decisions and their consequences. Regarding investment assessment, the course deals partly with various financiers' demands on the company as an object of investment, partly on the profitability criteria of the company. Profitability analysis involves the central aspects of expected monetary value, risk, and expected return and the expected cash flow of the investment. Investment in long-term projects entails a need of future capital and methods for calculating the required capital are treated. Central aspects of finance assessment are the advantages and disadvantages of various forms of financing and the impact of capital structure on finance decisions. Green financing is also treated.
Progressive specialisation: G1N (has only upper‐secondary level entry requirements)
Education level: Undergraduate level
Admission requirements: General admission requirements plus upper secondary level Mathematics E, Physics B, and Chemistry A, or Mathematics 4, Physics 2, and Chemistry 1
Selection is usually based on your grade point average from upper secondary school or the number of credit points from previous university studies, or both.
This course is included in the following programme
- Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management (studied during year 2)