FIN 5828 Entrepreneurial Finance


(3 semester hours credit)

Students with an interest in starting, working in, or investing in an entrepreneurial business explore the financing landscape of all stages of a venture’s lifecycle from startup to exit. Students use key financial concepts and analytical tools to model key financial indicators and think critically about capital structure strategies to make better investment and financing decisions. Multiple methodologies are applied to determine a reasonable valuation of a company and understand how to manage working capital and quickly adapt to changing environments. Real-world examples are used to illustrate how different businesses move through the entrepreneurial spectrum with scarce capital and human resources. Student work individually and in teams to demonstrate mastery of the course objectives. 

Required Course Prerequisite: 5190

Enrollment in LMBA Degree required