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Course module: 201000087
201000087
Entrepreneurial Finance
Course infoSchedule
Course module201000087
Credits (ECTS)5
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact personir. H. Kroon
E-mail-
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
ir. H. Kroon
Contactperson for the course
ir. H. Kroon
Academic year2014
Starting block
1A/  2A
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
Learning goals
Upon completion of this course, the student is able to:
·       Understand and assess the major components of a business plan;
·       Identify the pros and cons of different legal and other aspects facing venture enterprises;
·       Identify and assess factors relevant for a (successful) venture;
·       Assess the relevance and meaning of various sources of financing of new business ventures;
·       Understand and apply venture valuation principles;
·       Describe how a successful entrepreneur can harvest or exit the venture;
·       Learn how to resolve financial distress situations.
Content
Aim
The course provide students with the essential theories, knowledge and skills to adequately make financial decisions of entrepreneurial firms.
Coursedescription
The starting up of new ventures as well as their growth toward maturity not only require financial and accounting knowledge & tools, but also lead to issues that are specific for new business ventures. This course therefore deals with various topics like defining enterprise opportunities, legal & organizational matters, preparing a business plan, assessing venture’s (financial) performance, valuing business ventures, structuring financing, exit & turnaround strategies.
Key words
Entrepreneurial process, Business plan, Venture financing, Venture valuation, Financial planning, Going public, Financial distress.
Assessment
Assignment (40%); Written examination (60%).

Contribution to the programme learning goals
The course provides theoretical and practical knowledge of management practices followed by successful entrepreneurs.  It also helps students to learn financial management tools and techniques that are specifically used in new business ventures. Students are trained to collect and analyse financial information.
Knowledge integration with other courses
The subjects covered in this course are related with the knowledge gained from courses on accounting, finance and strategy.

Recommended prior knowledge
Basic knowledge on accounting and finance is desired.
Assumed previous knowledge
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Required materials
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Recommended materials
Book
Leach, J.C., R.W. Melicher, Entrepreneurial Finance, 4th edition,2012, South-Western Cenage Learning.
Course material
Articles on Blackboard; Annual Reports of firms.
Instructional modes
Assignment

Lecture
Presence dutyYes

Self study

Tests
Exam & (group) assignment

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