1. Apply investment appraisal techniques to project cash flows in different business scenarios and in situations of uncertainty, to arrive at investment decisions and to evaluate these decisions by reflecting on the procedures used.
2. Evaluate the cost of each source of finance a company might have, calculate its weighted average cost of capital and comment on the reliability of such calculations.
3. Critically evaluate theoretical models in corporate finance and comment on their application to financial management decision making.
4. Assess the influence of risk in investment decision making, determine relevant risk premiums, and reflect on the methodology used to derive them.