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1 MSc PROGRAMS Sophia Antipolis FALL SEMESTER COURSE CATALOGUE SEPTEMBER 2012 DECEMBER 2012

2 M2-MSc courses Research Methods and Critical Thinking Globalization... 7 MSc in Corporate Financial Management International Financial Economics Asset Valuation Corporate Restructuring Financial Analysis Long term Financing Statistical Methods Ethics MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation for a Sustainable World Managing diversity Identifying and managing entrepreneurial opportunities Eco-system of innovation New business models for sustainable growth New venture and business plan Entrepreneurial finance Effectual marketing strategy Créer une entreprise innovante en France Creating Social Change Using the Power of Entrepreneurship Open innovation Entrepreneurship theories Business Plan competition "Challenge Jeunes Pousses" MSc in Business Consulting and Information Systems Management Strategy & Organizational consulting in SMEs MSc in Financial Markets and Investments Introduction to stochastic calculus Financial Econometrics International Financial Economics Derivative instruments Commodities... 62

3 6. Country Risk Macro economic indicators Asset Valuation (M&A) Technical Analysis MSc in Luxury and Fashion Management Integrated luxury and Fashion Communication State of the Art in Fashion and Luxury MSc in Strategic Events Management and Tourism Management MICE Sustainability in Tourism Team Management Destination Marketing MSc in International Business International Finance Internationalization of the firm Doing Business in Europe Executive consulting NGO Management MSc in Strategic Human Resources Management Basic seminar: contemporary HRM Theoretical issues in HRM HRM Audit (project) International dynamics in HRM Human Side of HRM Elective: English for HRM Human Resource Management in the Supply Chain Corporate communication Negotiation skills MSc in Supply Chain Management and Purchasing Supply Chain Strategy and SCOR model Fundamentals of Procurement and Purchasing Advanced Sourcing Elective: Supplier Relationship Management MSc in Business and Economics Microeconomics I (Consumers)

4 2. Introduction to Econometrics Macroeconomics Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics International Economics I (Trade) International Economics II (Money and Finance) International Financial Economics (IFE) MSc in International Marketing and Business Development Understanding the elusive consumer Strategic brand management Gaining market insight Retail marketing B2B marketing Digital marketing Advertising and Communication Introduction to project management Essential negotiation skills Luxury goods management E-commerce Creative Marketing: Specialty Advertising Corporate Communication

5 M2-MSc courses 1. Research Methods and Critical Thinking Research Methods Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number : 2 Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 15 Nbh : Nbh : 60 Nbh : Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus Evaluateur(s) / Evaluator(s) English Semester 1 Corinne POROLI (MSc EISW) SOPHIA Corinne Poroli Corinne Poroli LILLE PARIS SUZHOU RALEIGH Description du cours / Course description This course aims at helping students to undertake their dissertation in the field of entrepreneurship. Thus, it provides students with tools and methods to turn ideas into dissertation project, to make the links between academic literature and empirical information (theory and practice) and to develop their own way of well-argued thinking based on a chosen topic. Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes - Understand the dissertation process. - Understand the process of in-depth analysis of academic articles in the field of entrepreneurship. - Understand the challenges of a literature review. - Understand the formulation and the justification of a research topic. - Understand different research methodologies. - Understand the links between theory and practice.

6 Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) - Analyze academic articles with rigor. - Compare authors and theories in the field of entrepreneurship. - Clarify and justify a research topic. - Choose an adequate design for data collection. - Increase his/her capacity for arguing. Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) - Demonstrate thinking and analysis skills. - Demonstrate an open-minded attitude. - Link theory with practice. - Develop critical thinking. Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) - Implement scientific research methods. - Organize data in a logic way in coherence with a given research topic. - Write up a well-argued literature review in the field of entrepreneurship. - Write up a well-argued dissertation in the field of entrepreneurship. Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) % Exercices (exercises) % Autre (other) % Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier 100 % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) % Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) : Plan de cours / Course plan Seminar 1: Seminar 2: Presentation of dissertation s objectives Method for in-depth analysis of an academic article in the field of entrepreneurship Research topic. Comparative analysis of authors and theories Data collection methodology

7 Data analysis methodology (qualitative analysis) Focus on links between empirical data and theory Detailed schedule for the dissertation. Bibliographie / References Lecture obligatoire / Required reading Optionnelle / Recommended Fisher C.M. (2010), Researching and writing a dissertation. An essential guide for business students, third edition, Pearson Education Limited. Ghauri P., Gronhaug K. (2010), Research methods in business Studies, fourth edition, Pearson Education Limited. Salkind N.J. (2009), Exploring research, seventh edition, Pearson International Edition. Saunders M., Lewis P. and Thorhill A., (2009), Research methods for business students, fifth edition, Pearson Education Limited Nombre CM Amphi Durée CM Amphi Nombre TD SOPHIA 2 LILLE PARIS CHINE RALEIGH Durée TD Modalités de délivrance du cours (par campus si différent) Autres (Distance learning, etc ) Préciser les spécificités de programmation (TD journée, cadencement spécifique des séances) TD1 : 8 h TD2 : 7 h 2. Globalization Emerging Markets & Sovereign Risk Assessment: The way forward Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number : 3 Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours 15h Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD

8 Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Pré-requis / Prerequisite English Each class will start with a country risk breaking news presentation by students who will cast light on country risk hot spots. Active class participation is a must. Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus S1 Michel- Henry Bouchet SOPHIA Michel- Henry Bouchet LILLE PARIS SUZHOU Michel- Henry Bouchet RALEIGH Michel- Henry Bouchet Evaluateur(s) / Evaluator(s) Michel- Henry Bouchet Description du cours / Course description Sovereign risk is a broad concept that comprises an underlying combination of economics, finance, geopolitics, sociology, and history issues. As the new global economy raises the level of uncertainty and complexity for the international firm s cross-border strategy, country risk analysis has become today an essential component of strategy decisions regarding export, direct investment, partnership and mergers, as well as takeovers. Global terrorism shows there is no safe sanctuary, even in the world s largest economies. The seminar aims at providing students with a solid understanding of the concepts, historical perspectives, theoretical debates and methodologies surrounding country risk assessment in the global economic system. Risk analysis and forecasting will be approached as management tools, with an emphasis on China. The course is composed of lectures, case studies, briefings by group mates, and debates. At the end of the 20-hour introduction seminar, the students will be expected to gauge the risks and opportunities of globalization regarding emerging and developed markets, and in China. Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) At the end of the introduction seminar, we expect the student to be able to assess country risk situations with regard to cross-border investment, trade and lending purposes, and identify risks and opportunities, especially in emerging market economies and in China. Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) Understanding the multi-faceted dimensions of cross-border risk Assessing the main sources of risks arising from the growing integration of international markets from the firm s standpoint; Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Assess and manage the risks and opportunities of cross-border investment in a globalized economic environment

9 Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Apprehending the range of risk-analysis methodologies, and their respective pros and cons Understanding the various approaches to country risk hedging, starting with up to date reliable information and economic intelligence, as well as guarantee, insurance, and mitigation techniques. Contribution aux objectifs pédagogiques du programme / Contribution to learning objectives Indiquer les learning objectives auxquels contribue le cours (en se basant sur le curriculum mapping du programme) LO4.1 To analyze globalization and evaluate its effects on business Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) % Exercices (exercises) % Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Autre (other) Précisez (precise) Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) : SESSION 1 Introduction: Course presentation What is risk? What is uncertainty? Where does risk come from? The specificity of sovereign risk and the various types of cross-border risk Globalization and country risk: Why is globalization a turbulent socio-economic process? Plan de cours / Course plan A small number of documents must be read BEFORE the seminar Michael Pettis: %e2%80%9csorpasso%e2%80%9d/ October 2010 China and the IMF October 2010 : IMF July 2011 Economic Report: CLASS 2 Country Risk assessment: Information and Economic intelligence gathering Uncertainty = a by-product of a deficit of information and economic intelligence 1. Key Public information sources: IFIs & Regional development banks

10 National sources, central banks and Paris Club National intelligence agencies 2. Key Private sources: Risk rating agencies (The Big Three, Dagong, Coface & others) Private commercial and investment banks Specialized agencies, think tanks, and NGOs Suggested Readings: IMF 2011: Definition and Measurement of Sovereign Risk D. Strauss-Kahn: Peace and Economic Stability are interconnected CLASS 3 Country Risk : Assessment Methodologies I Political risk analysis: analysis of structural and institutional deficiencies: governance and corruption The Prince Model and China s political system Sources for country s political analysis : Frost & Sullivan, EIU, CIA, Credit Risk International, Transparency International, Heritage Foundation, Suggested Readings: CLASS 4 Country Risk : Assessment Methodologies II Ranking and rating approach to country risk: usefulness and pitfalls Country s rating agencies: Moody s, S&Ps, Fitch, DAGONG, Euromoney, Institutional Investor, COFACE. Sources for country political risk ratings: OECD, EIU, World Bank s governance indicators, ICRG, Transparency International, Opacity Index, and Heritage Foundation. Suggested Readings: World Bank- Doing Business 2011 Transparency International 2011 Report CLASS 5 Country Risk : Assessment Methodologies III Balance of payments approach and country risk assessment Solvency and liquidity ratios: Asian countries and China Measuring risk: Risk pricing, bond spreads, and Credit Default Swaps (CMA) Recommended Reading: Case study: China CLASS 6 CONCLUSION- Country Risk : Assessment and early warning systems Financial crisis: searching for early warning signals Expatriated savings and capital flight as indicators of upcoming crisis? : Global financial crisis and EMCs: contagion and spill-over effects Insurance and Risk cover: Hiscox, MIGA, COFACE, and CDS Suggested Readings: Goldman Sachs: Damocles and Early Warning Indicators CLASS 7 Group Oral presentations of Risk assessment reports

11 Bibliographie / References Required for the course Recommended readings: Bouchet, Michel Henry., Groslambert, B., and Clark, E., 2005, Country Risk Assessment, London: Wiley. Bouchet, Michel Henry., Groslambert, B., 2006, Governance & Risk in Emerging Markets, edited by Sima Motamen-Samadian, London: Palgrave. Bouchet, M.H. La Globalisation: Introduction à l Economie du Nouveau Monde (Pearson, 2009) Suggested background readings: Bernstein, Peter L., 1998, Against The Gods, Wiley: New York. Mandelbrot, Benoit and Richard L. Hudson : The (Mis)Behaviour of Markets: A Fractal View of Risk, Ruin and Reward, Additional readings and other sources: International Monetary Fund, Annual Report 2011, Part I: The Global Economy: CHINA World Bank, Global Development Finance, Part 1, Volume I, 2011 World Bank; World Development Report 2011 Web sites : World Bank, IMF, BIS, OECD, CIA, Coface, S&P, Moody s, Fitch IBCA, IIF Site(s) web / Web sites MSc in Corporate Financial Management 1. International Financial Economics Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number : International Financial Economics Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 30 Nbh : Nbh : 10 Nbh : 3 Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year 2012 Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH

12 Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus Evaluateur(s) / Evaluator(s) Description du cours / Course description English Semestre 1 Dr. Augusto Hasman SOPHIA Dr. Augusto Hasman LILLE PARIS SUZHOU RALEIGH Basic financial decisions now involve cross-border complexities. Choices about raising capital, investment, risk management, acquisition activity, restructuring, and other aspects of financial policy typically involve international considerations. When making these choices, managers must analyze exchange rates, differences in tax rules, country risk factors, and variation in legal regimes. This course provides the foundations for learning how finance works in this rich cross-border setting. Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) The goal of the course is to provide students with a deep understanding of financial economics issues in a global setting. The course aims to help students develop analytical tools that incorporate key international considerations into fundamental financial decisions. The cases provide opportunities to build the skills needed to create and capture value across borders. Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) Think not only in abstract but also in applied terms. Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Develop analytical tools that incorporate key international considerations into fundamental financial decisions. Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Contribution aux objectifs pédagogiques du programme / Contribution to learning objectives Understand the use of different tools to cover international risks, take decisions under uncertainty, understand the link between economic policy decisions and finance. Indiquer les learning objectives auxquels contribue le cours (en se basant sur le curriculum mapping du programme) IFE is intended for students who will be involved in cross-border investment and financing decisions as multinational firm managers, transaction advisors (investment bankers, commercial bankers, or consultants), or investors (research analysts or money managers). Students seeking to reinforce the foundations of finance with particular attention to issues related to international finance and economics. Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) 25% Exercices (exercises) 30% Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) 45% Précisez (precise): Midterms Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar

13 Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Autre (other) Précisez (precise) Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) : Plan de cours / Course plan The course is organized in ten meetings of three hours each. Each meeting will be split in two parts. The first part will be devoted to the discussion of the homework. The second part will be a lecture. There are two exceptions to this. During the first meeting you will not have a homework, therefore the whole meeting will be a lecture. The last meeting will be devoted to the final examination, therefore there will be no lecture on that day. You will have homeworks to prepair for the midterms and final exams. There will be three midterms and each of them will carry the weight of 15% of the final grade (making 45% in total). The remaining 55% fill be filled up by the final exam. Bibliographie / References Lecture obligatoire / Required reading Foundations of Multinational Financial Management (by Shapiro and Sarin). Optionnelle / Recommended 2. Asset Valuation Asset Valuation Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number :4 Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 30 Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language English

14 Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus Description du cours / Course description S1 Devraj Basu SOPHIA Devraj Basu LILLE PARIS SUZHOU RALEIGH This course focuses on investment decision rules and capital budgeting, stock and bond valuation. The goal is to introduce students to the basic valuation and decision methodologies and provides the foundational material for several of the courses on the program. Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) Basic Valuation of Stocks and Bonds Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes Understand how financial assets are priced Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Perform valuations of financial assets Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Perform valuations of financial assets Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) 100% Exercices (exercises) % Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) 100% Précisez (precise): Questions Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Autre (other) Précisez (precise) Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) :

15 Nombre CM Amphi Durée CM Amphi Nombre TD SOPHIA 10 LILLE PARIS CHINE RALEIGH Modalités de délivrance du cours (par campus si différent) Durée TD Autres (Distance learning, etc ) Préciser les spécificités de programmation (TD journée, cadencement spécifique des séances) 3. Corporate Restructuring Corporate Restructuring Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number :4 Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 30 Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus Evaluateur(s) / Evaluator(s) English Semestre 1 Devraj Basu SOPHIA Devraj Basu LILLE PARIS SUZHOU RALEIGH

16 Description du cours / Course description This course is dedicated to the valuation, structuring, financing and negotiating of M&A transactions. It provides the students with a background for understanding mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring and addresses crucial questions including: What can we learn from theories on M&A? What are the empirical evidences? How does one value companies acquiring, or being acquired? How can a merger be funded in such a way as to retain the merged entity's flexibility? When do leveraged buy-outs make sense, and how can they be financed? Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) Understand why and how corporate restructuring activities occur Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes How corporate restructuring is a major change force in industry Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Understand the various types and nature of mergers. Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Contribution aux objectifs pédagogiques du programme / Contribution to learning objectives Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment Merger valuations and well as the various types of mergers as well as various stages in a merger. Indiquer les learning objectives auxquels contribue le cours (en se basant sur le curriculum mapping du programme) L01.1, L01.2, L03.3, L04.1, L05.1 Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) 70% Exercices (exercises) 30% Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) 70% 30% Précisez (precise): Questions, Exercises Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Autre (other) Précisez (precise) Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) :

17 4. Financial Analysis Financial Analysis Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number :4 Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 24 Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : Nbh : PGE MS PGE FC MSc PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year Campus / Campus LILLE PARIS SOPHIA SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Pré-requis / Prerequisite Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus English S1 Danny Leiwy SOPHIA Danny Leiwy LILLE PARIS SUZHOU RALEIGH Description du cours / Course description This course aims to provide a complete overview of financial analysis. The goal is to train participants to analyze corporate economic reality from published accounting reports and to take strategic positions on the basis of such reports Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes Understand how to analyze a company based on its financial statements. Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) How financial statements could be used to evaluate companies Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Understand how financial statements reflect company performance.

18 Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Contribution aux objectifs pédagogiques du programme / Contribution to learning objectives Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment Perform valuations of companies based on financial statements Indiquer les learning objectives auxquels contribue le cours (en se basant sur le curriculum mapping du programme) L01.1, L01.2, L03.1, L03.2,L03.3, L05.1, L05.3. Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) 100% Exercices (exercises) % Autre (other) % Précisez (precise): Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) 100% Précisez (precise): Questions Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures Séminaire / Seminar Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD Autre (other) Précisez (precise) Activités d apprentissage / Learning activities Etude de cas / Case Studies Travail personnel guidé / Guided personal work Travail personnel autonome / Autonomous personal work Projet / Project Autre (expliquer) / Other (explain) : 5. Long term Financing LongTerm Financing Crédits / Credits Nombre / Number : Charge de travail / Student workload Programme / Program Face à face / Contact Hours Distanciel / Autonomous Personal &/or Team work Evaluation / Evaluation Durée Nbh : 30 Nbh : 0 Nbh : 0 Nbh : 2 Nbh : 30 PGE MS PGE FC MSc x PGE COOP Bachelor DDA ESDHEM CCA PhD Département / Department Droit et Fiscalité / Law and Taxation Economie / Economics Finance, comptabilité, contrôle / Accounting and Finance Management de Projets / Project Management Marketing Vente / Marketing x

19 Management Ressources Humaines et Comportement Organisationnel / Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat / Strategy & Entrepreneurship Systèmes d information et Organisation / Information System & Organization Langues / Languages Type de cours / Course type Commun / Core x Electif / Elective Optionnel /Optional Année / Year 2012 Campus / Campus LILLE x PARIS x SOPHIA x SUZHOU RALEIGH Cours ouvert aux étudiants en échanges in / Course open to students in exchange Langue d enseignement / Teaching Language Pré-requis / Prerequisite Période d enseignement / Teaching period Responsable du cours / Course Coordinator Noms des Intervenant(s) par campus/ Instructor(s) Names by campus Description du cours / Course description English Nil semester 1 Mark Pilkington SOPHIA Mark Pilkington LILLE Torben Sommer x PARIS Mark Pilkington SUZHOU RALEIGH This module deals extensively with the scope, techniques and objectives of the finance/treasury function within a modern enterprise, as well as the evolving framework of the world of finance. Long term financing is a module with a twin role. First, it covers the breadth of the Finance field, to ensure understanding of the basic concepts and theories. Secondly, it furnishes the requisite background for subsequent Finance-related modules which students will take up, as part of their schemes of study, Connaissances / Knowledge and Understanding (subject specific) Résultats d apprentissage / Learning Outcomes Understand in depth the integrating areas of the finance/investment function, and be able to develop practical and sound decision alternatives. Be able to devise and implement financial strategies and policies, which relate effectively to the current state of financial markets/environment, as well as understand the working and role of these markets. Apply modern techniques in appraising proposed investment projects, so as to secure their financial soundness, after considering all relevant factors including associated risks. Evaluate possible options in formulating a corporate dividend policy and selecting the appropriate alternative. Compute the respective cost for each main category of capital employed by the firm, as well as the overall average cost of all sources of capital. Set out the different possibilities for designing the capital structure of a particular firm, and consider all relevant factors impacting on an optimum structure. Evaluate the various channels for raising external finance, and make appropriate choices for any firm, taking all relevant factors. Understand the fundamental elements in designing a diversified portfolio of financial assets, on the basis of well-defined objective(s). Calculate the correct (theoretical) rate of return for various market-quoted stocks (financial assets), based on their respective level of systematic risk. Understand the nature, role and importance of different types of financial derivatives existing in the market today, and the variables influencing their pricing. Aptitudes cognitives / Cognitive/Intellectual skills (generic) First, it equips students with the necessary broad knowledge of the various areas of Finance, whereupon theories, concepts and methods are introduced and shown how to be applied. Secondly, the module underpins

20 the basis for other Finance-related modules, which Masters students will be undertaking, such as those focusing on risk, portfolio management and derivatives. This module is both descriptive and analytical. It contains theories and concepts, along with relevant numerical techniques. Students are strongly advised to ensure continued attendance and punctuality at both lectures and seminars, as the two are closely interlinked. Seminar questions are related to lecture(s) delivered in previous week(s), typically building on the latter and developing them further, so as to enhance the learning process. It is vital that students devote sufficient time for private study, and it is best that seminar problems/cases are attempted prior to the relevant seminar, in order to attain maximum benefit. Also, lecture notes should be read in advance, in order to facilitate understanding during the delivery of each lecture. Attitudes / Key transferable skills (generic) Be able to put forward coherent arguments Be able to develop financial strategies Be able to think independently Beable to use spreadsheets to aid decision making Compétences pratiques / Practical skills (subject specific) A l issue de la formation, l étudiant devrait être capable : Understand integrating areas of Finance/investment Evaluate dividend policy options Design and evaluate capital stuctures Understand the role of financial derivatives Contribution aux objectifs pédagogiques du programme / Contribution to learning objectives Indiquer les learning objectives auxquels contribue le cours (en se basant sur le curriculum mapping du programme) The specific skills and knowledge which students acquire in this module are essential to the corfe of the whole MSc programme and represent themes which underpin all other study, inclueding research, clear analysis and evaluation, skills in financial mathematics as well as the use of spreadsheets to back up and extent students work. Evaluation finale (DS) / Final examination Evaluation des étudiants / Student Assessment QCM (quizz) % Etude de cas (case study) % Questions (questions) x 100% Exercices (exercises) % Autre (other) % Contrôle continu / Continuous Assessment Présentation orale (oral presentation) % QCM (quizz) % Dossier % Etude de cas (case study) % Autre (other) % Méthodes d enseignement / Teaching Methods Format de cours / Course format Cours / Lectures x Séminaire / Seminar x Tutorat / Tutorial sessions TD

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