Created by:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Heitor Almeida

    Taught by:  Heitor Almeida, Professor of Finance, Stanley C. and Joan J. Golder Chair in Corporate Finance

    Department of Finance, College of Business
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Financial Management Specialization
This course is part of the 7-course Financial Management Specialization from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Master of Business Administration (iMBA)
This course is part of the fully-online 18 courses plus three capstone projects degree program
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 105 ratings

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Best Course by Professor Almeida!!!!

Excellent course. One of the best the iMBA has to offer!

I think this course if well structured and very useful! The only suggestion I can give is, I wish when professor is discussing financial numbers on the slides, he can somehow use a pen to point and circle more clearly the number he is talking about. Those financial table can get confusing for someone new to finance, and the discussion may become easier to follow if the slides can be used more similar to a real blackboard.