A Best-Practice, Integrated, Semester-Long Group Project in Corporate Finance

  • David R. Poucher

Abstract

This paper discusses and illustrates the use of an integrated, semester-long group project utilizing corporate finance concepts to a current public company. Within the fabricated context of being their consultants, groups must think critically in applying textbook theory to a non-conforming world, making decisions with their partner (the professor) using iterative evaluation and self-critique for decision making and presentation to this public client. The project involves data research, description of strategy, financial statement analysis, weighted average cost of capital, internal rate of return project evaluation, verbal presentation, and a comprehensive written report.

How to Cite
Poucher, D. R. (1). A Best-Practice, Integrated, Semester-Long Group Project in Corporate Finance. Christian Business Academy Review, 7. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/55
Section
Creative Instruction